AusDI is a mobile-optimised site containing Australian medicines information.
AusDI (Australian Drug Information) is designed to help healthcare professionals make confident clinical decisions, and contains over 80,000 pages of Australian medicines information, a product identifier tool, and interactions and safety modules.
FREE REGISTRATION REQUIRED TO ACCESS (SEE BELOW).
Access to AusDI requires the user to register a personal account for use with their mobile devices. Please Note: A personal account is not required for desktop access. Note: Users must register using a desktop PC/laptop.
Please Note: AusDI will require you to renew your account every six months to ensure that you are still an ANZCA library user. Please see the instructions below for reactivating your account.
AusDI requires already registered users to periodically renew their account.
Looking for for more information on drugs? See our Drug information guide.
Already registered? You can access AusDI from your desktop or mobile device.
> Personal Account Username and Password required
Please Note: Users must first set up a personal account in AusDI in order to access AusDI on your mobile device [see instructions in middle column].
AusDI Demo video
This training video will walk you through the features and functionality of AusDI.
We rely on your feedback to further develop and support the ANZCA library. Use the link below to provide content suggestions, as well as to make recommendations, report issues, and to give general feedback.
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