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Read your favourite journals and articles via BrowZine

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Finding journals is important to you and discovering new ones is easy with BrowZine.  It allows you to read and keep up to date with CAHS Library subscribed journals in your specialist area and set up email alerts.  Journals are arranged alphabetically so you can scroll to find a title by name. Or you can sort the view by Journal Rank to quickly see the top titles in any subject area.

LibKey Nomad is a browser extension that makes it easy to access journal articles your library subscribes to anywhere on the internet.

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What is Get it! @ CAHS?
This button appears when browsing journals, books and displays next to search results in databases. Clicking "Get it! @ CAHS" will let you know we have a current library subscription. If it's not available, you'll be directed to request it via the Article Request. form link.

Lookup a journal article by DOI or PMID

 

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 Improve quality metrics and patient care at your institution
Read by QxMD is a mobile app and email alerting service you can use to track research and journal articles as they are published. It gives you seamless, mobile access to medical journals and allows you to set up a customised newsfeed based on the specialities, favourite journals and keyword searches you set up.

Read monitors all PubMed journals and is integrated with our library subscriptions (as long as you connect to Child and Adolescent Health in the app's institutional settings). When we don't have an article in your newsfeed, you can request this by emailing the library from within the app. In additional to our library subscriptions, Read will automatically connect you with open access articles. 

Users will now be able earn up to 20 CME category 1 credits for free every year by just reading articles!

Instructions

  1. Create an individual login at:  https://readbyqxmd.com
  2. Download the Read by QxMD mobile app.
  3. Sign in using the individual login you created in Step 1.

After downloading the app and creating an individual login, follow the below steps to set you preferences.

  1. Open the app
  2. Click the Get Started button
  3. Complete the Personalization form
  • Profession - e.g. Physician
  • Specialty - e.g. Cardiology
  • Location - Australia
  1. Click Continue
  2. Add Other Specialities (Optional)
  3. Click Continue, or Skip
  4. Add Journals, Collections and Keywords (Optional)
  5. Click Continue, or Skip
  6. Sign Up with Email
  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Email (WA Health email)
  • Password
  1. Click Create Account
  2. Check the email confirmation in your WA Health account

Set Up Institutional Access 

Firstly, follow the instructions in the previous tab on setting up an individual account and the mobile app.

You can then set up institutional access:

  1. Click the Settings button in the top left hand corner of the mobile app
  2. Click Institutional Access
  3. Search and select Child and Adolescent Health Service (Australia)
  4. Select Automatic Login Using Library Login
  • Username = He number
  • Password = current IT login
  1. Click Continue

Email alerts

In the app:

  1. Click the Settings button in the top left hand corner of the screen . (3 line bars)
  2. Under Account Settings, select App Settings & Information (App Settings on Android)
  3. Notification Settings: Push & Email Notifications
  4. Click Push Notifications (If blue on, if grey off)
  5. Click Done (or tick)

Copyright and Licence Information

Use of eResources is governed by licence agreements signed by the Library.  Use is restricted to clients of the CAHS Library and widespread harvesting and downloading is not permitted.

Please observe the Copyright Act.  For more information see the Australian Copyright Council's Information Sheets:  An Introduction to Copyright in Australia,  Fair Dealing, copying for Research or Study, &  Libraries: Introduction to Copyright.

Fair dealing provisions for copying from print resources allow you to copy one article from a journal issue or one chapter from a book.  Please comply with fair use provisions when printing or saving from online resources for personal use.

For further information visit the Licensed material and copyright

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