This page contains information about accessing online journals and articles, as well as linked lists of articles and journal titles with a rural focus.
RAPM BACK ONLINE!
We are pleased to announce that the library has commenced a new online subscription to Regional Anaesthesia & Pain Medicine AVAILABLE NOW. Users can access any issue/article from Volume 1, 1976 onwards.
How to access journals
Your college ID (or staff username) and ANZCA/ Networks password are required to access library e-resources.
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Can't find your article online? Try searching Libraries Worldwide and requesting it via our article request service
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For further information about searching and accessing journals, see the Journals guide
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Users with persistent issues should contact the library for further assistance.
The BrowZine app allows you to browse & access the entire ANZCA e-journal collection through one simple interface. It's the perfect “armchair-reading” app for catching up with your favourite journals.
See our BrowZine guide for more information
Can't find it? Try Worldwide!
Expand your library discovery service search to Libraries Worldwide to access and request content outside the ANZCA library.
When searching the library discovery service, some content can only be accessed by expanding your search to Libraries Worldwide. In addition, by searching Libraries Worldwide, you can request any articles/book chapters not held but indexed in Medline.
Simply select the Libraries Worldwide option in the left sidebar or select the Do you want to expand your search to Libraries Worldwide? link in the library discovery service.
Any articles/chapters unavailable online (or held only in print) can be requested by selecting the item title and using the [ Request article via Library ] button on the Access & Request Options panel.
Last updated: 3 November 2022
Su B, Wu L. Occupants' health and their living conditions of remote Indigenous communities in New Zealand.International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2020 Nov 11;17(22):8340. doi: 10.3390/ijerph17228340.
Douglas J.Regional Australians to see improved access to clinical trials via telehealth program. ABC News. Published 2020 Nov 25.
Rural & remote health services declining: survey. Rural and Remote Medical Services. Accessed 2020 Nov 16.
Barbour L, Roy T.Premature birth rates in remote areas can be halved, says Rural Health Commissioner Ruth Stewart. ABC News. Published 2020 Nov 17.
Forbes MK, Owens EP, Wood ST, Gobe GC, Ellis RJ. Variability in surgical management of kidney cancer between urban and rural hospitals in Queensland, Australia: a population-based analysis. Transl Androl Urol. 2020 Jun;9(3):1210-1221. doi: 10.21037/tau-19-775.
Maurice AP, Punnasseril JEJ, King SE, Dodd BR. Improving access to bariatric surgery for rural and remote patients: experiences from a state-wide bariatric telehealth service in Australia. Obes Surg. 2020 Jul 2:1–10. doi: 10.1007/s11695-020-04804-w.
Ang ZH, Brown K, Rice M, Fisher D. Role of rural general surgeons in managing vascular surgical emergencies. ANZ J Surg. 2020 Jun 17. doi: 10.1111/ans.16068. Request from Library.
Stupart D, Beattie J, Lawson M, Watters D, Fuller L. Medical students can learn surgery effectively in a rural longitudinal integrated clerkship. J Surg Educ. 2020 May 22:S1931-7204(20)30122-7. doi: 10.1016/j.jsurg.2020.04.007.
Kumar S, Clancy B. Retention of physicians and surgeons in rural areas-what works? J Public Health (Oxf). 2020 Mar 5:fdaa031. doi: 10.1093/pubmed/fdaa031. Request from Library.
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