The database includes:
- 200+ acclaimed textbooks covering 40 medical specialties, including Gray’s Anatomy for Students and Medical Physiology;
- 850+ associated videos ranging from practical demonstrations of anatomical dissections to instructional clinical examination examples;
- 85,000+ images fully unlocked and discoverable for visual learning;
- 1,500+ quick access summaries distilling complex medical conditions into easy to understand synopses.
Not just for clinicians, ClinicalKey also includes textbooks of interest to other disciplines including Biological Sciences, Health Research and Psychology.
The database is indexed daily and continues to be updated as new resources are published, ensuring that you have access to the most current evidence. It works on your mobile device. It also saves time by answering questions quickly, recognising relevant clinical concepts as you type and offering shortcuts to critical answers.
Check the ClinicalKey website for full details of the features of the database, or download this fact sheet:
How to access ClinicalKey
Follow the link to start your ClinicalKey Medical Education Trial. You need to be on campus or using the VPN to read online or download content to your device. You'll be asked to register a personal account before you begin your trial.
If you already have an Elsevier account (used for Scopus or Science Direct) these credentials can be used to login to ClinicalKey. There is no need to create an additional personal account.
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