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Multimedia resources: Overview

This guide highlights videos, lectures and images related to anaesthesia and pain medicine.

This guide contains useful multimedia resources for anaesthesia and pain medicine specialists.

Spotlight: Audio-Digest

The ANZCA Library now provides audio resources so you can keep up-to-date on the latest anaesthesia and pain medicine research and practice, in your car, office, home, gym or while travelling.

Audio-Digest provides instant online and mobile access to 371 accredited audio lectures and board reviews presented by experts from leading institutions, bringing clinicians a convenient continuing medical education (CME/CE) experience.
 
The LDI Clinical Compendia is comprised of an extensive collection of hand-selected lectures in the field of anaesthesia and pain management:
  • Each lecture includes:
    • Objectives and accreditation information
    • Pretest questions (and answers)
    • Written summary and readings
    • Post-test questions (and answers)
  • Automatically synchronizes your progress across your computer and your smartphone
  • A mobile app is available for Apple iOS and Android

See our dedicated Audio-Digest guide for further information including full access details.

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If you would like to suggest a resource for inclusion in this guide, please use this form: Library feedback form

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