Therapeutic Guidelines regularly provides health professionals and students living in low and middle-income countries with free access to eTG complete and Therapeutic Guidelines books.
Earlier this year we provided access for practitioners at the Believers Church Medical College Hospital, a tertiary care hospital in Kerala, South India who have really appreciated these resources:
‘I have logged into the eTG complete successfully and am marveled to see how good and user friendly the contents are. This is for sure an asset in our practice and I have already started using it. One of my doctors once told me that the Australian guidelines will be the best to adapt and refer to, as the contents will be extremely reliable because of the critical evaluation and translation of various available, up to date literature. I am extremely happy and moved to see that you have made such an effort in bringing up various developing countries to set higher goals in terms of evidence based practice’
Dr Grace Mary John, clinical pharmacy coordinator.
To find out more about our complimentary access program see our article on Complimentary access to Therapeutic Guidelines or to discuss free access to Therapeutic Guidelines resources contact the International Program.