Answered By: Jacob Nunnally
Last Updated: Feb 09, 2015     Views: 269

ClinicalKey is a new product from Elsevier that contains all of their medical and surgical content – over 500 journals, 900 ebooks, 9,000 procedures, and much more.

We have had trial access for the past month and a half, and we will continue to have trial access until the database is officially purchased (the purchasing process is currently underway). We hope to have the database listed on our “Databases” page of the library website very soon.

So, until the database is listed on our library website, you can access ClinicalKey on campus by simply going to where, in the upper right-hand corner, you can register so as to create a personalized account (you can save searches, bookmark journals or ebooks, etc.). You don’t have to register, but it’s a good idea to do so.

You can access the database off-campus via our proxy server at This will prompt you to enter your library barcode number and your last name. If you don’t have a library barcode number, please contact us and we can set you up with one.

For a quick overview of the database, see this 5-minute video here -

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