eTG mobile tokens funded centrally
Renew your token to continue to have your eTG complete mobile app. Applications for new tokens are open now. You do not need to ask your workplace to request a token. We are now funding them centrally via the Clinicians Health Channel.
Paediatric Injectable Guidelines now available
Paediatric Injectable Guidelines from the Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne is now available. Developed to assist in the safe and effective administration of injectable medicines in children, the latest edition has over 100 clinical updates to over 300 drug monographs.
Martindale's ADR checker now available
Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs) on MedicinesComplete platform is now available.
Palliative Care Formulary now available
Palliative Care Formulary on MedicinesComplete platform is now available.
Renal Drug Database now available
Official subscription has started with full access.
BMJ Best Practice Comorbidities tool available
The new tool supports the management of the whole patient by providing guidance on the treatment of acute conditions alongside pre-existing comorbidities.
UpToDate for targeted rural clinicians
To gain access, you need to navigate to UpToDate from one of the 50 health services. For offsite access, you can use your Clinicians Health Channel login. If you need mobile app access, register for an UpToDate account first, log in from your device, and download the app. For help please contact CHC Help Desk on 1800 107 421 or email email@example.com.
There are a number of 45-minute training sessions available for UpToDate users. Registration is required.
Revised Toxicology and Toxinology guidelines released
The Toxicology and Toxinology guidelines have been extensively revised and expanded and are now available on eTG complete.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) information for health services and general practitioners
The Department's website provides daily updates from the Victorian Chief Health Officer, clinical resources and guides, checklists, case definitions, confirmed case notification processes, use of PPE, vaccines, medications and factsheets for patients.
National COVID-19 Clinical Evidence Taskforce
As clinicians work to provide the best possible care for Australians during the COVID-19 pandemic, the taskforce is working to keep you up-to-date with the latest evidence.
Victorian health library services
If you are unable to find a resource on the Clinicians Health Channel, contact your health service library.
View Victorian health library services contacts