ANZCA Library is home to nearly 2,500 books - specialising in anaesthesia and pain medicine-related titles - many of which are available for loan. Requested items are delivered/returned via courier free-of-charge. You can access the ANZCA book collection in the following ways:
SEARCH / REQUEST books using the NEWDiscovery service :
BROWSE the latest books on theLatest Titles List
BROWSE thePrimary Exam andFinal Exam print collections
Over the last few months the ANZCA Library has been transitioning its physical print collection to our new library system.
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Once your requested item is ready to be sent, you will receive an email notification requesting your DELIVERY ADDRESS
Items borrowed from the ANZCA Library are delivered to the requestor via Express Post courier delivery.
It is now possible to log into your personalised library account, view your items on loan (and on hold) and renew any item that has not been requested by another patron:
First time users of the new discovery layer who would like to request items, view/renew items on loan, save searches or create lists will need to create a password for their personalised library account.
NOTE: This is not the same as your Networks password used to access to e-resources. Setting/resetting your library account password will not affect your Networks password.
Note: If you do not receive an email or no longer have access to your preferred email account, contact the library and a library staff member will update your contact details
Couldn't reset your password? Contact the library and a library staff member will check/update your contact details. Note: Library staff cannot view/set your library account password details.
Search the discovery service for print books at a particular location:
Simply enter your search and use the Library filter at the top-left of screen to limit your results to a particular branch.
The Browse the Shelf feature allows Discovery users to see which items owned by the library are next to a selected item in the library's collection, based on the item call numbers.
It is envisaged that the migration of all remaining print and journal titles will be completed prior to the end of 2018.
Some titles previously available for loan have moved to the Geoffrey Kaye Museum, and access is now restricted as a result
[26/10/2018] Update: The migration of print titles for the main library and departmental titles is now completed.
[14/11/2018] Update: NZ print titles have now been added to the new system and are now searchable/requestable via the discovery service. Access to the legacy catalogue has been switched off.