New alerting service - Read QXMD
QXMD aims to provide a single place to keep up with newly published medical & scientific research articles via your device or desktop.
It is a free app, easy to set-up, employs an alerts-based approach to notifications, and displays content in the style of a personalised digital journal.
- Uses an alerts-based approach to notify users of newly published content
- Track newly published content based on journal, topic or even keyword!
- Get full-text PDFs with one tap
- Browse through 1000s of outstanding topic reviews
- Search millions of articles from PubMed and our database of outstanding topic reviews
- Read subscribed journals or browse article collections.
- Access full-text through Epworth Knowledge Services institutional subscription or via open access publishers
- Share articles with colleagues over email, Twitter and Facebook
- Organize and review your personal collection of articles
Follow these instructions to get started.
New standards database - Techstreet
Following detailed consultation and trial, Epworth is replacing our former standards provider SAI Global with Techstreet.
Techstreet provides access to standards published in Australia and around the world through a user-friendly platform. Users can view subscribed and unsubscribed standards, amendments, superseded documents, and popular standards. Registered users can receive alerts, create customised lists and more.
N.B. Australian Standards now apply digital rights management (DRM). FileOpen is required to view documents.
Find out more about Techstreet here.
What's new? eTG updateTherapeutic Guidelines have extensively revised their guidelines for Liver Disorders, Pain and Analgesia, Respiratory and Sexual and Reproductive Health.
Available in eTG Complete on 17 December 2020.