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AccessMedicine offers a wide range of educational resources, including key textbooks and quick reference guides, 3D anatomy modules, flashcards and review questions, infographics, case studies, and video patient interviews. Be sure to explore the 'Multimedia' and 'Study Tools' menus.
BMJ Learning Courses are designed to help you learn at every stage of your career. It is free for Monash Health employees and includes hundreds of interactive, peer reviewed learning modules, written by experts from BMJ. BMJ Learning is accredited by the Australian College of Nursing and the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. Earn CME credit for completing courses.
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ClinicalKey is an Elsevier platform of eBooks, journals and clinical support tools such as guidelines and calculators. ClinicalKey also has a variety of procedural videos and image collections. Click here for instructions on how to access ClinicalKey.
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