eTG complete optimised for mobile devices
The new browser-based feature is available to current online subscribers at no extra cost and requires no additional downloads.
Users with a full digital subscription can access their eTG complete account anywhere by opening the browser on their phone or tablet and logging in.
Those who access eTG complete through their organisation or university should check with their organisation regarding mobile device access arrangements.
The March 2013 release of eTG complete includes updates of selected psychotropic topics, including depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and related psychoses, behavioural emergencies and delirium.
A new appendix has also been added, providing practical management strategies for common adverse effects.
eTG complete is updated three times a year and includes access to over 3000 clinical topics as well as links to key references, full text articles and relevant Cochrane Library reviews, along with links to other independent information from Australian Prescriber, NPS RADAR and NPS News.
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