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Need help claiming your IAP member access to Pancreatology?

Need help claiming your IAP member access to Pancreatology?

Tue 6 August 2013

Did you know that your membership of the IAP gives you free full-text access to the IAP's Journal Pancreatology via the website pancreatology.net or the Health Advance mobile app? Members can claim access and receive electronic Table of Content's alerts by visiting the Journal's website and registering. 

Pancreatology shares the same username platform as other Elsevier journals, so if you have electronic access toGastroenterology or Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology, you can use the same account to claim access toPancreatology.


If you already have a username to access another Elsevier journal you can do the following: 

  1. Go to pancreatology.net
  2. Login using the same account details you already use to login for Gastroenterology or Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology
  3. Once logged in, select Claim from the top right menu bar.
  4. Next, please select I receive my subscription through a society membership.
  5. Please enter your IAP membership ID (login to find your IAP ID) and surname  and click Claim. Please note that Elsevier's systems strip hyphenation and accents from surnames. Please let us know if you have difficulties.
  6. Once submitted you will have full access to all articles each time you log in. 

If you don't already have a username and password, please create one by: 

  1. Go to pancreatology.net
  2. From the top menu bar, choose Register and Register and Activate Your Subscription
  3. As a first time user, enter your Email Address in the space provided and then click on Register an Account followed by Continue. 
  4. You will be presented with a form on the next screen. Please fill in all the details and once you are done, click Register.
  5. Next, please select I receive my subscription through a society membership.
  6. Please enter your IAP membership ID (login to find your IAP ID) and surname  and click Claim. Please note that Elsevier's systems strip hyphenation and accents from surnames. 
  7. Once submitted you will have full access to all articles each time you log in. 

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