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ClinicalKey (Aus Edition): Resource information
ClinicalKey (Australian Edition) is a medical search engine and database tool that offers access to the Elsevier medical library. The service aims to provide a source of clinical answers and includes online books, journals, videos, drug information and procedures.
Select the search lines you wish to save (by clicking in the check box)
Click on the ☆ button at the top of the list to open the Save pop-up
Click on the + Create new tag link in the pop-up to add tags to your saved items and click Add when complete
Note: It is possible to add multiple tags
Click Done when complete
To access your Saved Content:
Click on your profile name and select ☆ Saved Content
Talk to us
We rely on your feedback to further develop and support user access to the ANZCA library. Use the link below to provide content suggestions, as well as to make recommendations, report issues, and to give general feedback.
Access ClinicalKey (Australian Edition) (users will be required to authenticate using their ANZCA ID and password)
1200+ Books - medical and surgical books, including Gray’s Anatomy, Goldman’s Cecil Medicine, Braunwald’s Heart Disease, Clinical Examination and more
65+ Journals - more than 600 top journals, including The Lancet, Heart, Lung and Circulation, Journal of the American College of Cardiology and more
33,000+ Medical and Surgical Videos - a continuously updated library of searchable video content
1,400+ Topic Pages - Quick clinical answers and summaries from Conn’s Current Therapy, Goldman’s Cecil Medicine, Ferri’s Clinical Advisor and First Consult
300+ Procedures Consult Videos and Articles - step-by-step procedural videos and articles to teach techniques or simply help clinicians refresh their skills
3,000,000+ Images - a continuously updated library of searchable images from trusted books and journals
50+ Clinics - full-text medical and surgical clinical review articles
850+ First Consult Monographs - succinct, trusted clinical answers for clinicians at the point of care
1,100+ AMH Drug Monographs - all Australian Medicines Handbook drug monographs
4,500+ Practice Guidelines - full-text practice guidelines from journals, links to full-text guidelines from professional and government agencies (including Australian and New Zealand), and summaries from the National Guideline Clearinghouse
15,000+ Customisable Patient Education Handouts - educational handouts that can incorporate institutional branding and special instructions, as well as the patient's preferred language and text size
Procedures Consult is an online procedure reference tool that offers access to complete details on how to prepare for, perform and follow up on the most common procedures required in hospital settings. Each procedure includes ICD9 codes, procedural videos, step-by-step guidelines, and clinical pearls.
Australian Medicines Handbook
The Australian Medicines Handbook is an independent, evidence-based national drug reference. It offers concise, reliable and comprehensive information with easy-to-find comparative drug data allowing users to compare drugs and make informed prescribing choices.
How ClinicalKey works
ClinicalKey is a clinical search engine that employs a single search box that utilises keyword searching. Post-search, results may be narrowed/filtered as follows:
Filter it - ClinicalKey can narrow results by source type, study type, specialty, date and Australian only content. Results update automatically.
Review it - View your search history to review or retry recent questions, including any filters you may have applied.
Access your search history by clicking on the Search History link at the top-right of screen
Save it - If you find something interesting in your results but need to come back to it, save it for later. Customised, searchable tags keep your content organised.
Automatically add images to a presentation
ClinicalKey's Presentation Maker allows you to add content as soon as you find it – without interrupting your search.
When you find images in ClinicalKey that you’d like to use in a presentation, you can save them for later use without leaving the results page. Images can be dragged and dropped from the search results list into Presentation Maker, or saved using the “Add to Presentation” button. You can also view, move and delete content within the Presentation Maker panel.
Select the Register link from the top-right of screen
Complete the registration form:
Family name (surname)
Click the Register > button when complete
Downloading book chapter PDFs
It is possible to download most book chapters within ClinicalKey to read offline.
In order to download PDFs, you will need to create a separate ClinicalKey user profile [personal account] (see separate box). Once created, just log into using the link in the top-right of screen.
Note: This does not apply to journal article PDFs.
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.
CPD Credit: CPD participants may claim this under Knowledge and skills ‘Journal readings’ activity at 1 credit per hour.
ANZCA acknowledges the traditional custodians of Country throughout Australia and recognises their unique cultural and spiritual relationships to the land, waters and seas and their rich contribution to society. We pay our respects to ancestors and Elders, past, present, and emerging.
ANZCA acknowledges and respects Māori as the Tangata Whenua of Aotearoa and is committed to upholding the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi, fostering the college’s relationship with Māori, supporting Māori fellows and trainees, and striving to improve the health of Māori.