ANZCA Library subscribes to 9,000+ e-books, with access to an additional 15,000+ open-access titles. You can access e-books in several ways:
SEARCH for e-books using the NEWDiscovery service :
BROWSE thelibrary guides for topic-specific e-books
BROWSE the latest e-books on theLatest Titles List
How to access e-books
Your college ID and (Networks) password is required to access Library e-resources
ANZCA staff should use their staff username and (Networks) password to access Library e-resources
Having trouble logging into e-resources? Try emptying your browser cache, closing and reopening your browser, and then trying again.
Experiencing difficulties, or would like some help accessing e-books? Contact the Library
For further information about searching for and accessing e-books, see the E-books guide
ANZCA Library provides access to a large range of books and e-books, specialising in anaesthesia and pain medicine-related titles.
For further information about requesting books, see the Borrowing books page
ALL ANZCA Library's e-books are now searchable via the library's new discovery layer. Simply enter a keyword search for a particular title or topic, and select the button to access the full-text.
Want to refine a result list to show just e-books? Then simply select the eBook tick box in the Format section of the left sidebar:
The discovery service collapses all the different editions and formats (print and e-book) into a grouped or representative record.
Be default, the record displayed is usually for the most recently held item.
Different (older) editions and print holdings can be accessed in one of two ways:
AccessAnesthesiology is a comprehensive online resource covering the entire spectrum of anesthesiology from the basics to specialty-specific content.
AccessMedicine is a comprehensive online medical resource that provides instant access to videos, self-assessment, and leading medical textbooks that facilitate decision-making at the point-of-care.
Books@Ovid contains a comprehensive anaesthesiology and pain medicine catalogue including such popular titles as Cousins & Bridenbaugh's Neural Blockade in Clinical Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, Irwin & Rippe's Intensive Care Medicine and The ICU Book.
Cambridge Core provides access to Cambridge University Press's book and journal content
ClinicalKey is a medical search engine and database tool that offers access to the Elsevier medical library - which contains 1000+ e-book titles.
LWW Health Library's Anesthesiology collection covers core content in every major anaesthesiology sub-discipline - echocardiography, pain management and more. The collection also includes an extensive video library of 600 procedures and more than 2,000 Q&As to support learning needs and written and oral board preparation.
Oxford Medicine Online provides access to a collection of e-books, including the Oxford Handbook series.
Springer's Medicine eBook Collection is designed to provide clinically relevant information to all members of the patient-care team, with an extensive anaesthesiology and pain medicine collection. It is ANZCA Library's largest overall e-book collection with 7000+ titles.
Therapeutic Guidelines (eTG complete) is a leading source of accurate, independent and practical treatment advice for a wide range of clinical conditions. It includes explicit instructions for therapy, assisting practitioners in making decisions to ensure their patients receive optimum treatment.
[27/8/2018] AccessMedicine and AccessAnestheseiology:
Some users are experiencing access issues with titles from the above e-book collections. The issue is preventing users from successfully authenticating as ANZCA members when they are within the IP range of an institution that also has a subscription to any McGraw Hill e-book collection. This results in the user only ever being authenticated as a user of that institution - and not ANZCA. We are continuing to work with the vendor to resolve this issue and will keep you updated on any progress.
Workarounds: Access to the above collections should be unaffected when accessed outside the IP range of the affected institutions. This includes access from home and access from a mobile device using 4G (and not the institutions' Wi-Fi). Users with a pre-existing MyAccess login, can sign out of the affected collections, and sign in using their MyAccess credentials.
Users requiring urgent access can submit a chapter request/s via Request an article service.