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Keeping current: Apps & podcasts

This page provides information about the apps, podcasts and other social media networking avenues that can be used to keep current.

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​iMedicalApps (reviews of medical apps & healthcare technology)

iTunes (medical category)

Google Play (medical category)

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Guide note:

Only apps displayed on this guide are supported by the ANZCA Library.

Read by QxMD

Read by QxMDaims 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. Includes full-text access to all subscribed ANZCA journal content.

Recommendation: This app is ideal for tracking newly-published content and for bookmarking articles for CPD purposes.

See ourdedicatedRead by QxMDguidefor further information includingfull access details.


BrowZine logo

BrowZine is a mobile app for tablets and smart phones that allows you to access and browse e-journals from different publishers all in one simple interface.

It is easy to set-up, defaults to PDF format for reading purposes, and journals can be browsed by both title and subject categories. Includes full-text access to all subscribed ANZCA journal content.

Recommendation: The perfect “armchair-reading” app for catching up with your favourite journals. Users are also able to create a user profile and save PDFs for offline use/bookmark articles for CPD purposes.

See our dedicatedBrowZineguide for further information including full access details.


The ANZCA Library now provides audio resources so you can keep up-to-date on the latest anaesthesia and pain medicine research and practice, in your car, office, home, gym or while travelling.

Audio-Digest provides instant online and mobile access to 371 accredited audio lectures and board reviews presented by experts from leading institutions, bringing clinicians a convenient continuing medical education (CME/CE) experience.
The LDI Clinical Compendia is comprised of an extensive collection of hand-selected lectures in the field of anaesthesia and pain management
  • Each lecture includes:
    • Objectives and accreditation information
    • Pre-test questions (and answers)
    • Written summary and readings
    • Post-test questions (and answers)
    • Evaluation form
  • Automatically synchronizes your progress across your computer and your smartphone
  • A mobile app is available for Apple iOS and Android

See ourdedicated Audio-Digestguidefor further information includingfull access details.


ClinicalKey Logo​The ClinicalKey app now provides access to the Australian version of ClinicalKey, allowing ANZCA fellows and trainees to access full-text content.

See our dedicated ClinicalKey app guide for further information including full access details.


Podcasts are audio-only 'episodes', which you can subscribe to through many smart phone apps, or listen to them on your computer, even download them in an appropriate format to listen to in your car on your daily commute.

They are an easy way to stay informed in your area of interest while you are on the move, or simply doing other things.

For links to podcasts in the area of anaesthesia, please visit the Podcasts guide.

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