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*Database available only for students and academic staff of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Latvia.

ClinicalKey is a medical e-resource from Elsevier, containing valuable materials on 52 medical specialties. The e-resource is competent guidance in scientific research, clinical practice, and medical studies.

ClinicalKey covers the following information areas including (but not limited to):

  • more than 670 full-text journals, including The Lancet;
  • more than 1100 fulltext e-books, including Gray’s Anatomy (easy to read and to download (in XML/PDF) training and reference tools)
  • 1400 reviews (focusing on short descriptions and recommendations of different illnesses);
  • 800 FirstConsult abstracts (with research-based evidences of illnesses, syndromes, and clinical conditions)
  • 7100 practical guidelines;
  • more than 3,8 million images, tables, charts;
  • more than 46000 ProceduresConsult materials (with video recordings of procedures and surgeries and detailed descriptions);
  • information on 3000 medical drugs;
  • 1500 informative brochures for patients.

There is a video recording of webinar on ClinicalKey e-resource (dated 06.04.2020.) available for your interest and  educational needs.

There is a video recording of webinar on ClinicalKey e-resource (dated 08.10.2020.) available for your interest and  educational needs.

There is a video recording of the training on ClinicalKey database (08.11.2021.) available for your interest and educational needs (with DOWNLOAD option). Please use the code: Q5!t?3=p. 

* For convenient way of downloading an e-book or it’s part, it is compulsorily to create a personal account (profile) while at the University campus using the UL network. Usage of the database will be possible outside the UL campus via personal account hereafter.

 

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