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Keeping current: CME resources

This page provides information about the various Continuing Medical Education (CME) resources available online, including those resources available through the ANZCA library.

AudioDigest (Audio lectures)

2 Minute Medicine

Concise and authoritative medical reports of breaking medical literature as well as seminal studies in medicine. These two minute reports are available in text and audio format, with the option to set up alerts.

Access 2 Minute Medicine here

BJA Education

Each issue of BJA Education includes tests designated for potential CPD (the term CME may be interchangeably used) recognition. Each test is based on an article published in BJA Education and consists of a series of multiple-choice questions followed by a brief optional post-test evaluation on how the knowledge gained can be used. Recognition for each test may be earned for up to five years after publication after which time the tests will expire on this site.

*Please Note:The user must create a free local profile to access this feature.

Elsevier/ClinicalKey CME Activities

The Elsevier Office of Continuing Medical Education (EOCME) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) as a provider of continuing medical education.

You can view courses by specialty, one of which is Pain Medicine; or do a more refined course search by course type, target audience, and/or specialty.

ClinicalKey app

The latest version of theClinicalKeyapp is here and now provides access to the Australian version ofClinicalKey, allowing ANZCA Fellows and trainees to access full-text content for the very first time.

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

See our dedicated ClinicalKey guide for further information on using the web-based version, including full access details.

The New England Journal of Medicine

CME activities, cases, challenges, videos, and more teaching and learning tools from the New England Journal of Medicine.

These articles may be of help in meeting specially designated CME requirements in the areas of pain management, addiction, and end-of-life care.

AMA Ed Hub (US)

​JAMA Network Learning and the American Medical Association

Explore the latest in anesthesiology, including airway and pain management, intensive and palliative care, regional anesthesia, and more.

BMJ Learning

BMJ Learning includes CPD/CME for Australian and New Zealander users.

Please Note:The user must create a free local profile to access this feature.


​Medscape offer a range of Anesthesiology CME/CE activities via Medscape Education. It allows users to track and save their activities for CPD purposes.

Please Note:The user must create a free local profile to access this feature.

Other Resources

AnaesthesiaUK is an educational site with training resources for anaesthetic professionals.

                            Anaesthesia Tutorial of the Week (ATOTW)

An online educational resource from the World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists (WFSA) which aims to support anaesthesia training throughout the world, particularly in areas where access to journals and learning materials is limited.

As a result of his personal experience, Martin Bromiley founded the Clinical Human Factors Group in 2007. This group brings together experts, clinicians and enthusiasts who have an interest in placing the understanding of human factors at the heart of improving patient safety.


The Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS) is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians (MD/DO). They offer directly provided courses that can be found on our calendar as well as joint providership with other non-accredited organizations.

Diving & hyperbaric medicine library guide

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