The ANZCA Library is available to Fellows, trainees, international medical graduate specialists and continuing professional development members of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists and Faculty of Pain Medicine.
Log in to the website using your College membership ID to access the full range of library resources.
A ClinicalKey to more resources
The ANZCA Library now provides access to even more online books, journals and even procedural videos through the new ClinicalKey portal.
As a member of ANZCA, you can access a selection of resources from the ClinicalKey collection, focused on anaesthesia and pain medicine. Register for a free personal account and have access to full chapter PDFs, presentation maker, saved searches, and your own reading list. You can search on your topic of interest across the entire collection and select the subscribed content button to link to the full chapter, article or video.
New journals include:
- Advances in Anesthesia
- Journal of Pain
- Scandinavian Journal of Pain
Many more new online books including:
- Examination Anaesthesia
- Physiology and Pharmacology for Anesthesia
- Raj’s Practical Management of Pain
Access ClinicalKey and many more online textbooks through the ANZCA Library online textbooks list: http://www.anzca.edu.au/resources/library/online-textbooks
Phone: +61 3 8517 5305
Fax: +61 8517 5381
Open Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm
Books and videos are lent for up to three weeks and may be renewed upon request. Items are sent by courier with a return pre-paid courier satchel.
A core collection of anaesthetic and pain medicine textbooks is also available for loan from the New Zealand office of the College.
A list of the primary examination recommended textbooks can be found here.
The College subscribes to many medical journals – view the list here.
Copies of articles not available online can be obtained upon request.
Fill in and sign the Copyright User Agreement for document supply requests made via email. An original copy of this agreement must be mailed to the library to be effective. Articles will be sent as quickly as possible.
If you do not have access to email, please print and sign the Declaration for Photocopy of Articles and fax it with the list of required articles to +61 3 8517 5381.