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Read by QxMD: Resource information
Read by QxMD provides a single place to discover new research, read outstanding topic reviews and search PubMed.
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.
Open the app
New users should will need to set up a new account (see sidebar)
If you already have an account:
Sign in with Facebook OR
Enter your account credentials:
Select the LOGIN link
Enter Email and Password
Click the Sign In button on the top-right
Setting up institutional/full-text access:
Once signed in, select the Settings cog (top corner)
Under Account Settings, select Institutional Access
Select Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists
Select your login preference = Automatic Login Using Library Login
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.
Sign into the Read by QxMD app and select the Settings cog (top corner)
Select the Settings cog (top-right corner)
Under Content Settings:
Select one of the following:
Specialties to Follow
Journals to Follow
Collections to Follow
Keywords to Follow
Search/select/enter your specialty(-ties)/journals(s)/collection(s)/keywords for which you would like to set up alerts/notifications
Click Done (or tick) when complete
Under Account Settings, select App Settings & Information (or App Settings on Android)
Both collections can be followed, ensuring users receive notifications of any new publications added to either collection.
Talk to us
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.
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