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ClinicalKey is a clinical search engine from Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services. ClinicalKey helps clinicians rapidly access evidence-based, peer reviewed information to improve speed to accurate diagnosis and treatment, with the goal of improving patient outcomes and lowering the high cost of care. ClinicalKey’s Smart Search technology understands specific questions and pulls the most clinically relevant results from more than 1,000 reference books, 600 journals, 2,900 drug monographs, 17,000+ videos and more. Users must initially create a user name and password on-campus on the database site and can then access the full database from mobile devices. Alternatively, ClinicalKey can be accessed via EZproxy.
Tip: Search for term, then use filter option in lower left corner to choose your desired content type.
Designed for use at the point of care, providing best available evidence and updated daily. First time users must sign in with their FAU credentials. See access instructions below.
iOS | Android
Comprehensive database providing clinical database on approximately 90,000 herbal herbal products, dietary supplements, vitamins, minerals, homeopathic products, Ayurvedic medicines, complementary alternative medicines, integrative therapies, alternative treatment modalities (e.g., acupuncture), traditional Chinese medicines (fixed combination) products, and other natural remedies. FAU users will be required to provide a username and password to access.
STAT!Ref Mobile Access takes STAT!Ref healthcare e-sources on the go. With powerful interactive functionality, STAT!Ref Mobile Access allows users to search their institution’s subscriptions anytime, anywhere. STAT!Ref is available through mobile applications that are supported by most popular devices or through web enabled mobile access technology (STAT!Ref Mobile). Users must initially create an account on-campus and can then access the app from mobile devices.
Patient education available through mobile-friendly Trip website, there is not an available app. Free to use but registered users receive many benefits when they sign in.