ANZCA Library subscribes to 900+ full-text journals, with access to an additional 6000+ open-access e-journals. You can access the journals in one of several ways:
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SEARCH for articles using theDiscovery service :
SEARCH for journals using theDiscovery service
How to access journals
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Can't find your article online? Request it via our article request service
Experiencing difficulties, or would like some help accessing articles or journals? Contact the Library
For further information about searching for and accessing journals, see the Journals guide
Cant find it? Try Worldwide!
Whilst the vast majority of ANZCA’s library resources show as held, there are some articles that can only be accessed by expanding your search to Libraries Worldwide.
Simply select the Libraries Worldwide option in the left sidebar or select the Do you want to expand your search to libraries worldwide? link.
[23 July 2020] Article Access Issues: There are currently ongoing issues with accessing articles via the library discovery service using Google Chrome. This is manifesting as privacy errors preventing the user from properly authenticating.
Users with persistent issues should contact the library for further assistance.
[16/12/19] Journal access issues: There are ongoing remote access issues with Minerva Anestiologica and the Journal of Opioid Management. Articles from these journals can be supplied via the library's Request an article service.
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