Read by QxMD provides a single place to discover new research, read outstanding topic reviews and search PubMed.
We rely on your feedback to further develop and support user access to the ANZCA Library. Use the link below to provide content suggestions, as well as to make recommendations, report issues, and to give general feedback.
Read by QxMD aims to provide a single place to keep up with newly published medical & scientific research articles.
It is easy to set-up, employs an alerts-based approach to notifications, and displays content in the style of a personalised digital journal.
Recommendation: This app is ideal for tracking newly published content and for bookmarking articles for CPD purposes.
Download the Read by QXMD app:
You can download the app through the QXMD website:
Or via one of these links:
Once you have downloaded the app, ANZCA and FPM Fellows and trainees will need to create a user account (see sidebar), which will allow them to keep up-to-date on their specialist topics, favourite journals and so on.
Setting up institutional/full-text access:
User accounts can be used to personalise access, set up notifications and download PDF content for the Read by QxMD app.
It is possible to set up the Read by QxMD app to send alerts/notifications based on a whole range of settings, including publication of articles related to chosen specialties, journals, collections and keywords.
Add articles to a Collection:
Share a collection:
The collection can now be selected by other users (see Notifications/Alerts box).
To Follow a Collection:
Note: This assumes the user has downloaded the app and created a profile.
It is possible to request articles via teh Read by QxMD app.
Note: Please ensure you have set up institutional access/full-text access (see Download & access instructions) before attempting to request articles.
*Users may have to complete a separate copyright indemnification form when requesting articles using this method.
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