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Content Alerts

BrowZine

BrowZine provides instant access to Austin Library journals on your favourite device

BrowZine

  • Browse new journal issues with a simple & intuitive interface
  • Receive alerts for your favourite journals
  • Discover related content to your subject areas
  • Download articles for offline viewing
  • Customise personal bookshelves of your favourite journals
  • Save citations to EndNote, Dropbox, Zotero and other services
How do I get BrowZine?

Download the BrowZine app or try out BrowZine Web

When installing the app, select "Austin Health" from the library list, and then provide your Library Barcode Number and password.

Note: BrowZine is available for all versions of iPads, iPhones and iPod Touches with iOS v7.x +, on Android tablets or smart phones with OS 4.1+, and the Kindle Fire HD

What is available?

BrowZine provides access to most of the journals you may access through the library website.  Whlie BrowZine focuses on current articles, you may access issues dating back to 2005.

For further information, please view BrowZine's FAQ and Browzine My Bookshelf FAQ

If you have any questions about BrowZine, please contact library@austin.org.au.

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Read by QxMD

QxMD

Read by QxMD provides seamless access to the Austin Health Library journal collection. The app allows you to browse and read medical journals with links to the PubMed interface to provide abstracts from thousands of journals. Users can set up content alerts by specialty, journal or keyword.

Customised alerts

Many of the databases provided by the library offer alert services that automatically send email notifications for new citations or table of contents by journal or based on a specific keyword search. 

If you require assistance or have any questions, please contact the library.