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Resource and database trials

Last updated 11 April 2024

Library resource trial – seeking your feedback on AccessWorldMed - Trial extended to 30 April


A key library resource, the Murtagh Collection, will soon only be available as part of a new more comprehensive resource, AccessWorldMed which will have the Murtagh etexts and case materials at its core but will also include procedural videos, further medical texts, flashcards, Q&As and more. The Library is running a trial of AccessWorldMed between 14 and 29 March to help us decide whether to subscribe to this much expanded resource for member access.
If you would like to help us evaluate this resource, please go to the library’s ebook user guide page and select the drop down section for the Murtagh Collection, click on the gold ‘Murtagh Collection” button which will take you to the McGraw Hill Murtagh’s General Practice page (RACGP web login required).  Click on the “McGraw Hill Access” drop down arrow from the top black ribbon and you will see the two “Available sites” to which we have full access: Murtagh Collection (our existing access) and AccessWorldMed  (for our trial access).
Please use the drop downs to explore the books (Murtagh titles and others), multimedia (videos), case texts, study tools (flashcards and review questions), patient education handouts.

Please refer to the attached 'User guide' for more information on using this resource.
We are particularly interested to hear your views on:

  • its ease of use - was the search interface user-friendly and intuitive?   ..
  • its potential value to you - would this resource be useful to support your teaching, your learning, your clinical practice or a combination of some / all of these? ..
  • expected usage - would you use it daily, weekly or occasionally?  ..

Any other comments or feedback?    
Thank you for taking the time to evaluate AccessWorldMed, please send your responses and comments to Jane Ryan


(03) 8699 0519

(03) 8699 0400



User guide