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AusDI delivers rapid access to the latest drug monographs, product information, consumer medicine information documents, product summaries and drug product images.
NOTE: Register as an institutional user on a PC or laptop while on campus to activate mobile login.
BMJ Best Practice is a new easy-to-use decision-support tool that provides authoritative answers to clinical questions. NOTE: Sign up for a free account with BMJ, then download and sign in to the free app from the App Store.
Therapeutic Guidelines is an Australian evidence-based resource which recommends therapies for common disorders seen in clinical practice.
You can also access eTG via their App as follows:
Click on link to register for eTG App token http://ipacez.nd.edu.au/login?
Use University email account to register
You will be sent an email confirming your registration and the process for
accessing eTG app