Elsevier launches ClinicalKey search engine for nurses

Medical and scientific publisher Elsevier has launched ClinicalKey for Nursing, a clinical search engine built on the same platform as its current ClinicalKey product but designed to best suit the search behaviours and content preferences of nurses.

Elsevier launched ClinicalKey several years ago and it now counts 80 per cent of academic institutions in Australia as subscribers. Public hospitals in three states are also subscribers, including Queensland Health’s state-wide Clinical Knowledge Network. In New Zealand, Counties Manukau and Waikato district health boards also have access.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: ClinicalKey, Elsevier

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