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Journals: Key titles

Journal of Intensive Care Medicine
Scandinavian Journal of Pain
BJA Education

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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Key medical journals

Key anaesthesiology journals

Key pain medicine journals

Key intensive care journals

Key education journals

Other key journals

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