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Key ebook collections
Medical ebook titles, images and illustrations, interactive self-assessment tools, case files, diagnostic & point-of-care tools.
Includes local Australian content, provides access to selected medical texts and journals, practice guidelines, drug information, patient handouts and Continuing Medical Education (CME) materials.
Individual registration is required to download full-text book chapter PDFs, and to use the Presentation Maker or access Search History, Saved Searches and Saved Content. Note: Selected textbooks are not available for download. If you have a personal username and password for another Elsevier product, such as ScienceDirect, Scopus, SciVal or Mendeley, the same login details will work here in ClinicalKey. If you need to create a login click Register at top of the ClinicalKey homepage. Please use your University of Newcastle email address
Access to a range of titles associated with Health, Nursing and Midwifery.
Disease-oriented guidelines for prescribing and giving clear, practical and succinct recommendations for therapy based on literature and Australian expert groups from various medical specialty fields.
University of Newcastle staff and students can access the eTG Complete mobile app by registering for a token via this link. Please see the instructions for Institutional Users for more information on how to download and login to the app. Your app access will need to be renewed annually with a new token.
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Senior Research Librarian (Health and Medicine, Psychology)
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