Mobile Apps

The new library mobile app is the mobile gateway to your library.

With this app you can keep track of your reservations and the items you have on loan. Which you can then renew straight from the app.

The app also acts as a digital library card. No more need for carrying another piece of plastic. If you are borrowing a book, or need your library membership number, just open the app instead.

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Browzine brings recent issues of scholarly journals to your tablet for browsing and reading. You can save your favourite journals, view tables of contents, and read or save articles as new issues are reseased.

For information on using Browzine and accessing the desktop version of Browzine please see the Browzine library helpguide.

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Register for a free account by going to from any onsite computer in the Library, or connected to the RMH or Peter Mac hospital networks. Onsite re-registration is required every three months.

Instructions for setting up UpToDate remote access and the mobile app can be found here.

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The MIMS app (MIMS for Android and iMIMS for Apple) provides full and abbreviated drug information for pharmaceuticals available in Australia. It also includes a drug interaction information module and a pill identification tool.

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  1. Download Therapeutic Guidelines from the iPhone App Store (No Android app currently available).
  2. Register for an enterprise token. Enter your details as prompted. Make sure you enter a valid email address as this is where you will receive your enterprise token. Remember to keep your token number.
  3. Open the Therapeutic Guidelines app on your device. Select ‘Institutional Login’ and enter your chosen User ID and Enterprise Token.
  4. Your Therapeutic Guidelines app will need to be renewed on 7 September every year. You will be sent a reminder email with instructions to renew your registration.

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Browser Plugins

The LibKey Nomad Browser extension puts direct PDF download links into PubMed, research platforms & journal publisher pages.

Available for Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Firefox, Brave and Vivaldi browsers. Not currently available for Safari.

To download the plugin go to and follow the instructions to add this extension to your browser.

To download the plugin go to the Google Scholar settings page and follow the instructions to add this extension to your browser.

You will also want to check out this libguide on configuring which library links you want to use for direct linking to articles.

Zotero is a free, open-source research tool that helps you collect, organize, and analyze research and share it in a variety of ways.

The Zotero Connector allows you to save to Zotero directly from your web browser.

Visit this page to download the Zotero Connector for your browswer.

EndNote Click (formerly Kopernio) is designed to fit into your existing literature search workflow and works with thousands of academic platforms.

Available for Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Firefox and Opera with an additional plugin.

To download the plugin go to this libguide and follow the instructions to add this extension to your browser.

Search Tools

Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature.

Google scholar also provides the option to link directly to articles that are held by your library.

To activate this function please see this libguide about configuring library links for your Google scholar account.

Contact Details and Hours

(03) 9342 8617
(03) 9342 8615
M - F: 8:30am - 5pm

Library Manager

Susan Monaghan

Health Sciences Library

Royal Melbourne Hospital – City Campus

Ground floor - North

Grattan Street


Learning Resource Centre

Level 7A, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre

305 Grattan Street