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Rural generalist anaesthesia (RGA) training: Other resources

This guide contains additional resources that may be beneficial to RGA trainees, including:

  • Apps; Courses; Journals; Podcasts; Websites; YouTube Channels.

Additional resources not listed include the “Rural Anaesthesia Down Under” (RADU) closed Facebook Group. Please search and request membership if you are on Facebook for access to various resources including the “RADU Dropbox” and peer discussions.

RGA trainees are also able to attend weekly education sessions (“Tuestorials”), run with support from RADU and ACRRM. Information regarding access to these is communicated directly to trainees.

Related guides


Wellbeing apps


Related websites

​iMedicalApps (reviews of medical apps & healthcare technology)

iTunes (medical category)

Google Play (medical category)

Make a suggestion

Submit a suggestion for an app, podcast or vodcast via the library feedback form.

Library feedback form


Recommended apps are listed below, sorted by area. Additional information about ANZCA-subscribed/supported apps can be found on the Apps library guide.

Airway management


Blood transfusion

Drug information

Paediatric anaesthesia

Emergency and clinical guidelines



Regional anaesthesia


Additional recommended face-to-face courses.


Recommended journals are listed below. For a complete list of key anaesthesia, pain medicine, intensive care medicine, emergency medicine and medical education journals, see the library Journals page.


Recommended podcasts are listed below. Additional information about podcasts can be found on the Podcasts library guide.


Recommended websites are listed below.


Recommended YouTube channels are listed below.


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