Elsevier (about) makes a clinical search engine called ClinicalKey (about) which contains journal articles, book chapters, multimedia, patient education handouts, and clinical guidelines. In addition to this literature, it includes Point-of-Care (POC) tools including Clinical Overviews/FirstConsult formerly called called First Consult (about) and something called Procedures Consult. It also produces a corresponding app called ClinicalKey Mobile (about).
Remember, you can always access the online browser version by clinking on this ClinicalKey (via the Medical Library) link. Below are instructions to download and set up the app version on your mobile devices.
If you already have a personal ClinicalKey account, download and open the app on your device and sign in. If you do not yet have a personal ClinicalKey account, follow the instructions below.
Florida International University Medical Library Instructions with Screenshots
If you do not see the option to register, your browser window frame may be too narrow. Click on the hamburger icon (three horizontal bars) in the upper right-hand corner and you should see the option to "Login or Register".
If you wish to view the instructions that ClinicalKey provides on its website, go to https://www.clinicalkey.com/info/blog/clinicalkey-mobile-app/?doing_wp_cron=1527789925.4542629718770517578125.
The online version (via your internet browser) is also available to users via our Medical Library's institutional subscription.
|There is a corresponding app that you can use because it is tied to our institutional subscription.||You need to create a personal account to use the mobile app.||You must use your FIU e-mail to set up your account/app.|