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Anaesthesia essentials: Journals

This page highlights journals related to the general topic area of anaesthesia available via the ANZCA Library.

Key journals

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BrowZine allows you to access and browse e-journals from different publishers in one simple interface.

It is user friendly and journals can be browsed by subject categories. Many journals provide article-level access indexing, which allow you to click-through to subscribed ANZCA full-text content.

With BrowZine, you can:

  • Read scholarly journals in a format that is optimized for tablets
  • Create a personal bookshelf of favorite journals
  • Bookmark articles for reading later
  • Easily save to Refworks, Zotero, Dropbox, or Mendeley

Also available as an app for your mobile device or tablet.

The Medical Journal of Australia (Anesthesia, analgesia and pain articles) and Anaesthesia Research Review

The Medical Journal of Australia has an ever-growing collection of articles focused on Anesthesia, analgesia and pain from 2001 onwards. This index collates all articles on the topic published by MJA in the one place for your convenience.

Anaesthesia Research Review

New Zealand Anaesthesia and Pain Management Research Review

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