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Medical education: Other resources

This page contains educational resources that are related to the topic of medical education.

Related databases

VOCEDPlus - VOCEDplus is a free international research database for tertiary education, especially as it relates to workforce needs, skills development, and social inclusion.

ERIC (free online) - The Education Resources Information Center (ERIC) is an online digital library of education research and information. ERIC is sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences of the United States Department of Education.

ERIC (OVID) - This access to ERIC is via the ANZCA Library through Ovid, and you will need your College ID and password to login.

Custom curriculum tool

The McGraw-Hill Medical Custom Curriculum tool enables educators to:

  • Create and populate assignments from all of the Access online medical resources licensed by their institution, including textbooks, videos, and case files
  • Include Q&A tests, either drawing from the existing question bank or by authoring their own questions and dictating a minimum passing score
  • Assign specific learners to each curriculum
  • Report on progress and quiz scores by learner or by assignment
  • Link out to external resources or upload files to include in their curricula
  • Offer targeted remediation for specific learners

Once logged into their MyAccess profile, learners in Custom Curriculum can:

  • Easily access the exact resources their instructors have selected for them
  • See which assignments are expected of them and which dates their assignment are due
  • Keep track of their own assignment progress and quiz scores

Click here to read more about this exciting tool for medical educators.

To view a user guide please go to At-A-Glance Guides by McGraw-Hill Medical.

TITAL Resources by ANZCA Education

Procedural videos (Procedures Consult)

Check out the huge range of anaesthesia and general surgery procedural videos through ProceduresConsult. Videos include:



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