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How to get journal alerts

It is easy to get the table of contents alerts from your favourite journals delivered to your email inbox as soon as they have been accepted following the peer review process. 

The home page of most journals will have a button (for example: ‘get alerts’ or ‘get eTOC’) you can click, and then record your email address (see example in Figure 1 below).

They will then email you a list of their latest publications periodically.

You will be able to view the title and abstract of an article, but for most journals will need to access the full text via a health service or university library.

NB, reading professional journal articles can contribute to achievement of your yearly CPD requirements for registration.

 Figure 1 Example of a journal home pageFigure 1 Example of a journal home page


A list of professional journals you may want to consider as useful to your practice include:

Research review Australia

Research Review publications bring the best of 10,000 global medical journals to your inbox every issue with commentary from Australian experts.

Research Review publications are free to receive for all Australian health professionals. 


Continence Research Review covers topics such as nocturia, urinary incontinence, LUTS, overactive bladder, reconstructive urology and many others.

Subscribe to Continence Research Review 

Prostate Cancer Research Review is a unique Australian site providing topical, relevant and accessible information for health professionals with an interest in prostate cancer.

The review is a summary of what we think are some of the most significant new papers in this area along with local commentary on why they are important and how the findings can potentially affect local practice.

Subscribe to Prostate Cancer Research Review

Urology Research Review covers topics such as genitourinary disorders, endourology, laparoscopy, urogynaecology, benign prostatic hyperplasia, kidney stones, bladder cancer and erectile dysfunction.

Subscribe to Urology Research Review

University of Melbourne

The University of Melbourne is offering a short course: 'Urinary incontinence management in women'
The short course consists of 15 hours of eLearning suitable for continuing professional education for Registered Nurses and other health professionals.

The course is run through the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry & Health Sciences – Melbourne Medical School

Australian College of Nursing

The Australian College of Nursing has re redveloped its single subject 'Continence Management'.

This fully online, stand-alone, 6 credit points subject identifies key aspects of continence management.

ACN has designed the subject to align with the professional practice standards for Nurse Continence Specialists.

Read more about ACN Continence Management