Complimentary access to Therapeutic Guidelines

30 April, 2020

In Australia, eTG complete (electronic therapeutic guidelines) is widely used as a point-of-care resource by GPs, Pharmacists, Dentists, Nurses, Specialists and other smaller groups of healthcare practitioners. Although Australia is currently the primary target audience, the resource is also accessed by a growing international audience, particularly in low- and middle-income countries via Therapeutic Guidelines International Program. https://www.tg.org.au/the-organisation/international-program/

The company, Therapeutic Guidelines is an Australian not-for-profit organisation that exists to support the work of healthcare practitioners. The income received from subscribers allows the publication of independent healthcare advice on the website, eTG complete. However, at this time of unprecedented crisis caused by COVID-19, TGL would like to ensure everyone who needs it can access eTG complete. Complimentary access is now available for those that do not have a current subscription, and includes use of eTG complete online and the eTG complete app (for Apple and Android devices). A free subscription will be available until 31-July-2020. Note that complimentary access does not extend to download of eTG complete onto your computer. Details regarding complimentary access to eTG are available from https://www.tg.org.au/complimentary-access/

LISA KRUESI

Faculty of Information Technology

Monash University

Level 7, Building H, Caulfield Campus

900 Dandenong Road

Caulfield East VIC 3145

Australia

HIFA profile: Lisa Kruesi is a librarian researcher at Monash University in Australia. Professional interests: investigation of an Australian PubMed Central, open access health, scholarly publishing. lisa.kruesi1 AT monash.edu