ClinicalKey Trial for RCS Fellows and Members
14 Aug 2015
Library Services staff
Please note that the trial has now ended and all survey links disabled. The trial was a success and the resource is now available to all Members and Affiliates.
RCS Library and Surgical Information Services has arranged free access to Elsevier's ClinicalKey for members for a trial period between 10 August and 13 September.
What is ClinicalKey?
ClinicalKey has been developed as a“clinical insight engine” to help answer clinical questions. The design supports an initial “Google-like search” and then gives you options to refine your results by choosing from a number of different facets, e.g. source, study type, date, specialty, etc.
You can also directly browse and access the large collections of resources that underpin ClinicalKey. These include:
- Over 600 full text e-journals
- Over 1,000 e-textbooks and reference manuals
- Over 17,000 medical and surgical images and videos
- Over 2 million images that can be used for teaching and presentations
- And more...
To browse or search these (you will need to be logged in) click on “Books”, “Journals” or “More” on the home page. Trusted Content provides more information about the different types of material and the content master list shows what's available at title level.
How do I access ClinicalKey?
Please follow the instructions on this page (logged-in members only) and you will be automatically logged-in.
Please note that you can only access the ClinicalKey website via this page - you cannot log in at the ClinicalKey site with your College login. Access is available to all RCS Affiliates and Members with a valid College login.
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