ClinicalKey is a Clinical Insight Engine from Elsevier featuring books, journals, images, videos, First Consult content and much more.
The platform was upgraded on 9/23/14 to include the following enhancements:
A cleaner, mobile-friendly design for discovering clinical content on the go
1,400+ new Topic Pages that offer quick access to point-of-care content, including risk factors, treatments and more
A new browse feature with a searchable, filterable list of sources that highlights new books and journals
A new search history feature enabling you to view and refresh recent queries
1,400+ Topic Pages
1,000+ Elsevier medical books
600+ Elsevier medical journals
50+ Clinics - full text medical and surgical review articles
2.2 million+ medical images for use in presentations and handouts
300+ Procedures Consult articles and associated videos
17,000+ Elsevier medical videos
850+ First Consult point-of-care clinical monographs
2,900+ drug monographs from Gold Standard
15,000+ customizable patient education handouts in both English and Spanish, where available
4,500+ Practice Guidelines
Filter search results: You can filter results by source type, study type, specialty, and date.
Presentation Maker: You can export images to PowerPoint presentations. Presentation Maker will automatically insert citation information for each exported image. Authorized users of ClinicalKey have permission to use content from the site in presentations for noncommercial use. You must keep intact all copyright and other proprietary notices.
Saved Content: You can save content to access later or share it with other ClinicalKey subscribers. Add tags to organize the content.
A personal account is required to access book PDFs, Presentation Maker, and other personalized features. The First Consult App for use with Apple devices accepts ClinicalKey account login credentials.
1) Login: If you already registered for an account on one of the Library’s other Elsevier subscriptions such as ScienceDirect or Scopus use those login credentials (username and password) for signing into ClinicalKey.
2) Register: You must create your personal account on a computer connected to the College network either on campus or off campus while logged into the proxy server. Go to ClinicalKey and click on the Register link on the upper right side of the page.
Clinical Key: How it Works
ClinicalKey is available from the MCW Libraries’ All E-Resources page.
For questions about ClinicalKey, contact the MCW Libraries Reference Desk at (414) 955-8302 or email@example.com.
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