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BrowZine and LibKey access now available!
CICM via ANZCA library users can now access their favourite journals using BrowZine!
BrowZine is a mobile app for tablets and smart phones that allows you to access and browse e-journals from different publishers in one simple interface. It's the perfect armchair reading app or for reading on the run!
See our dedicated BrowZine guide for further information including full access details.
In addition, you will now also be able to access CICM via ANZCA Library full-text when searching on the web using our LibKey Nomad web browser extension.
LibKey allows users to access the available CICM via ANZCA full-text no matter where you search on the web.
See our dedicated Full text via browser extensions guide for further information including full access details.
Looking for the latest titles? (8 December 2022)
The latest titles are "spotlighted" on the Intensive care medicine essentials guide.
Recent new titles include:
Goodman and Gilman's: The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics, 14e [CICM] by
The go-to pharmacology reference that medical and health science professionals have relied upon for more than 50 Years! The fourteenth edition features more than 600 colour illustrations, including 50 new figures on mechanism of drug actions which emphasizes the link between basic mechanisms of action of drug action, pathophysiology of disease, and therapeutic use of drugs.
Call Number: Note: this is a good reference text – you are not expected to read it all.
Publication Date: 2022-11-01
Annual Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine 2022 [CICM] by
The Annual Update compiles reviews of the most recent developments in clinical intensive care and emergency medicine research and practice in one comprehensive book. The chapters are written by well recognized experts in these fields. The book is addressed to everyone involved in intensive care and emergency medicine, anesthesia, surgery, internal medicine, and pediatrics.
Publication Date: 2022-03-02
Practical Trends in Anesthesia and Intensive Care 2020-2021 [CICM] by
This book offers an essential guide to managing the most-debated hot topics of practical interest in anesthesia and intensive care. The book clearly explains complex topics, offering practicing clinicians valuable insights into the latest recommendations and evidence in the field while, at the same time, making it a vital resource for students new to the fields of anesthesia and intensive care.
Publication Date: 2022-11-16
COVID-19 Critical and Intensive Care Medicine Essentials [CICM] by
This book provides healthcare professionals in Critical Care setting an easy consultation guide to fight against COVID-19. The book is divided into sections: Fundamentals of COVID-19, Pneumological critical care, Neurological manifestations, Cardiovascular manifestations, Renal manifestations, Haemostasis and coagulation, Other multi-organs involvement, Principles of therapy.
Publication Date: 2022-07-30
First Part Exams recommended reading list
CICM trainees can now access a dedicated library guide containing the complete list of the First Part Examination Recommended Readings.
The majority of titles are now available online to trainees for the very first time.
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