This guide has been designed for medical specialists to locate relevant resources on research support, including those available through the ANZCA library.
Join us for a presentation on the ANZCA library support for researchers by Mr John Prentice (Library Manager) and Ms Kathryn Rough (Research Librarian) on Tuesday 28 June from 11am to 12noon AEST. Registration is now open.
A recording of the University Pathways for ANZCA Emerging Researchers webinar held by the ANZCA Foundation on Thursday, 14 April.
Professor Dave Story (University of Melbourne) and Professor Kirsty Forrest (Bond University, Brisbane), discuss the importance of formal research qualifications, and the growth of anaesthetist and pain medicine physician-led university-affiliated research. The event also features reflections by Associate Professor Jai Darvall, touching on the important role being played by ANZCA research grants and scholarships in supporting the development of researchers in anaesthesia, pain and perioperative medicine.
Duration: 72 mins approx.
ANZCA's Institutional Edition of Read by QxMD allows the ANZCA Library to create "campaigns" to promote significant published research papers to its over 2000 ANZCA & FPM users.
The papers contained in the campaign display as Promoted Research and is highly visible when the user logs into the Read by QxMD app or receives an alert email.
Users are then able to link through to the full-text (where available) or request an article via document delivery if there is no full-text available via the ANZCA library.
To date Read by QxMD campaigns for promoted papers has resulted in 42,732 impressions and 1800 direct views.
Previous campaigns have included:
If you are interested in setting up a Read by QxMD campaign for your paper/s or research project, then contact the ANZCA library via the library feedback form.
Covidence is a web-based tool that improves healthcare evidence synthesis by improving the efficiency and experience of creating and maintaining Systematic Reviews.
This extended trial ends 30 June 2022.
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