Database available to the UL Residential study programme members (sign up by creating the personal account for remote access to UpToDate. If there is no such profile created, please contact the librarian by sending the e-mail to

UpToDate  is the most trusted evidence-based clinical decision support resource at the point of care. Healthcare professionals around the world turn to UpToDate to answer even the most complex questions.

UpToDate contains the evidence-based on:

  • More than 425 peer-reviewed journals
  • Society guidelines, clinical databases, and clinical trials for important new medical findings
  • Databases including Medline, The Cochrane Library, Clinical Evidence, and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
  • Guidelines and trial reports from leading agencies like the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the European Medicines Agency, and the World Health Organization
  • Proceedings of major scientific meetings
  • More than 7,300 world-renowned experts from USA, Israel, other European countries including Latvia and Lithuania with extensive clinical experience assist our editors in applying evidence to specific patient situations.

The full version of UpToDate outside UL campus can be accessed via a personal account (profile) which is created via University of Latvia network computers. You can create your UpToDate profile by connecting to the database only from the UL network computers. You can access UpToDate from anywhere at any time via your account (profile).

Please note! It is required to re-activate the created account (profile) every 3 months via University of Latvia network computers otherwise the account could not be used. 

For user's convenience use the UpToDate app

User Guide 

For additional information please check the recording of the online training (15.12.2021).


Ask your question to a consultant at the Library of the UL!

Your feedback is essential to evaluate the need for this e-resource!

For additional information please check the recording of the online training (20.04.2022).