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NHS staff- Clinical Key training sessions

clinical keyFind out how you can personalise and make best use of Clinical Key.

The library has arranged some half-hour training sessions on Clinical Key, to be held on Tuesday 11th October at UHW.

The sessions will be delivered by Marenne de Ruuk, a trainer from Clinical Key.

You can turn up without booking, although it would be helpful to us if you could let us know your preferred time.

Date: Tuesday 11th October

Times: On the hour and half-hour from 11.00 – 3.30.

Venue: Room 2TB2 33, Main hospital.  Please follow the signs from the B2 lifts.

This training is open to all Cardiff and Vale UHB staff.

Contact: If you have any queries, or to book, please contact Rosemary Soper, 02920 715497  soper@cf.ac.uk  or Meg Gorman 02920 688156  gormanm@cf.ac.uk

Point of Care Tools for Cardiff and Vale UHB Staff Clinical Key & UpToDate

Find Clinical Key and UpToDate on the Clinical Portal on any Cardiff and Vale UHB networked PC.

clinical key

Clinical Key is an online search tool which gives access to key point clinical summaries, 600+ journals, 1,150+ books, systematic reviews, practice guidelines, patient information and 18,000 videos and images relating to all medical and surgical specialities. This current, peer-reviewed, evidence-based information is updated daily.

 

uptodate

UpToDate is a clinical decision support resource that provides answers to clinical questions on over 10,000 topics in over 22 medical specialties. UpToDate topic reviews cover all of the major aspects of a particular condition, including symptoms, tests, diagnosis and treatment options. Patient information materials are also available.

 

Athens accounts

Both resources are available off site using an Athens account.  You can self register for an Athens account via the Cardiff and Vale UHB intranet howis.wales.nhs.uk/ehl  or the internet www.wales.nhs.uk/ehl.  For help, please email soper@cardiff.ac.uk  or  cochraneliby@cardiff.ac.uk

Find out how you can personalise and make best use of Clinical Key.

The library has arranged some half-hour training sessions on using

clinical key

Clinical Key, to be held on Tuesday 28th June at UHW.

The sessions will be delivered by Marenne de Ruuk, a trainer from Clinical Key.

You can turn up without booking, although it would be helpful to us if you could let us know your preferred time.

Date: Tuesday 28th June

Times: On the hour and half-hour from 11.30 – 2.30.

Venue: Room 2TB2 33.  Please follow the signs from the B2 lifts.

This training is open to all Cardiff and Vale UHB staff.

Contact: If you have any queries, or to book, please contact Rosemary Soper, 02920 715497  soper@cf.ac.uk  or Meg Gorman 02920 688156  gormanm@cf.ac.uk

Trial Access to Clinical Key

I hope you have already found trial access to Clinical Key useful. Please send any feedback through to us at the Health Library: healthlibrary@cf.ac.uk

You can access it directly via this link, you will be asked to login if you are off campus please do so with your university username and password.

http://abc.cardiff.ac.uk/login?url=https://www.clinicalkey.com

View some of the features that Clinical Key has to enable you to build a presentation in this video.

 

Trial Access to Clinical Key

For the next month we’ve got trial access to Clinical Key. Please give it a go and let us know whether you think this would be a valuable resource to add to our collection. On campus you can gain access directly, off campus you will be taken to a login screen – please enter your Cardiff University username and password.

http://abc.cardiff.ac.uk/login?url=http://www.clinicalkey.com

Clinical Key provide a group of resources relating to Medicine. On it you will get access to guidelines, ejournals, ebooks (including Kumar & Clark’s Clinical Medicine and Rang and Dale’s Pharmacology) and loads of medical and procedural videos. It uses a mix of these resources to provide answers to Clinical Questions. You can also filter the searches to view specific types of sources like video or images for example- watch this video to see how.

Please send any feedback to the Health Library – healthlibrary@cardiff.ac.uk