Elsevier, which provides medical content and solutions, has launched ClinicalKey, the next generation of online clinical information resources. It draws answers from the largest collection of clinical resources, covering every medical and surgical specialty. Its content includes more than 700 textbooks and 400 top medical journals, providing the most current clinically relevant evidence-based answers, as well as expert commentary, Medline abstracts and select third-party journals.
“By reducing the time it takes to find the best answer and providing more comprehensive content, we are able to help clinicians spend more time with patients to achieve better outcomes,” said Rohit Kumar, Managing Director, Elsevier Health Sciences-South Asia.
Resources include textbooks, journals, monographs, videos and images. It also provides access to the latest peer-reviewed and evidence-based information available from Elsevier.
The built-in presentation maker allows physicians to dynamically communicate the latest medical and surgical information to colleagues and care teams. With one click they can share a paper, chapter, image, or video via email.
Elsevier’s Smart Content has been designed to understand the vast number of relationships between clinical concepts. By organising these relationships in a hierarchical manner, it guarantees that ClinicalKey provides specific, targeted results to physicians’ questions.
The tool allows clinicians to filter search results by clinically meaningful subcategories (content type, specialty, and by relevant clinical categories like treatment and diagnosis).
Specialty-specific tools enable physicians to quickly go from topic overview to in-depth specialty information to meet clinical challenges.
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