An iOS and Android app, ClinicalKey™, is now available for access to Australian content.
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A: Download the ClinicalKey app:
B: Registering for Mobile Access
Once submitted, please allow 3 working days for library staff to process your request.
IMPORTANT: Completing your registration requires that you associate your registration ID with an existing user profile (personal account) in ClinicalKey Australia. If you do not already have a user profile set up, then see sidebar for instructions on how to Create a user profile in ClinicalKey Australia before completing the following steps.
C: Registration email
Your registration is now complete.
D: On your mobile device:
Your device is now enabled for access for 12 MONTHS.
Did your login fail? Completing your registration requires that you associate your registration ID with an existing user profile (personal account) in ClinicalKey Australia [see sidebar for instructions on how to Create a user profile in ClinicalKey Australia].
For more information, contact the ANZCA Library: http://anzca.libsurveys.com/feedback
User profiles can be used to download book chapter PDFs, save searches, create alerts and enable mobile access for the ClinicalKey app.
The following instructions can be used to reset your ClinicalKey app registration password:
These updated credentials can now be used to log into the app.
ClinicalKey supports Internet Point of Care learning (IPoC), which is a certified Continuing Medical Education (CME) activity that allows physicians the opportunity to identify and research a topic relevant to their clinical practice. CME credit/time is available for the following content types: books, Clinical Overviews, and published journal articles.