Have you heard about the ATSU Clinical App?

The A.T. Still Memorial (ATSU) Library Clinical App gets you to the evidence you need during your clinical rotations!

Select your profile, enter your ATSU library user name and password and select from the best and most relevant point of care and evidence based databases the library offers.

Select eTextbooks for reference are also included.

Of course, you can also search the library’s all in one search tool to do a comprehensive search across all the library’s resources.

We’ve invested in the latest mobile solution for health sciences students and we’ll be adjusting based on your feedback.


Announcing ClinicalKey Vitals


ClinicalKeyVitalsSearchResultsMenuClinicalKey Vitals (Beta) provides new, point-of-care content in an easy-to-use actionable format to aid clinical decision-making.

The content in ClinicalKey Vitals comes from the highly respected Clinics series of review articles. The most clinically-relevant review articles from the Clinics are hand-picked, and the most useful point-of-care information from these is distilled into the quick-view, bulleted Vitals format.

ClinicalKey Vitals has been added as an additional content type on ClinicalKey! Just look for the check mark icon in the Content Type listing on the left hand side of your ClinicalKey results page.

ClinicalKey Updates

ClinicalKey will no longer require log in to access the PDF version of Journal content.  Book content will still require a log in to access full text PDF versions.

ClinicalKey will now offer ExitCare developed patient education handouts. There will be over 15,000 handouts covering a wide range of topics in almost every specialty, with almost 11,000 being offered in Spanish. Most handouts are written at the 6th to 8th grade level. There are over 300 ‘Easy-to-Read’ handouts written at a 2nd to 4th grade reading level.