Elsevier Provides Free Clinical Information Support for Flood Relief Efforts in Peru, Ecuador and Colombia

Philadelphia, PA, April 11, 2017

Elsevier, the information analytics company specializing in science and health, is providing free access to its primary online clinical information and reference tool, ClinicalKey, to support healthcare professionals who are responding to the recent flooding and mudslides across Peru, Ecuador and Colombia. Earlier this year the region was struck by intense rains that overflowed rivers and caused mudslides, killing more than 70 people and leaving more than 70,000 homeless.

Emergency medical responders and other healthcare professionals in the affected region will be able to access ClinicalKey for free. ClinicalKey provides searchable, evidence-based clinical content and other medical information that empowers professionals in treating victims of this disaster.

Starting Friday, March 31, and for 60 days after, access to ClinicalKey (www.clinicalkey.es) will be open and free to all Internet Protocol (IP) addresses originating from the affected regions in Peru, Ecuador and Colombia. Healthcare professionals, hospitals and other healthcare institutions, and institutional medical libraries in those areas will be able to use ClinicalKey.

Likewise, we are making available, free of charge and immediately, a series of articles from other Elsevier databases specific to natural disasters caused by rain and flood:

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Elsevier ofrece acceso gratuito a su sistema de Información Clínica para apoyar los esfuerzos de socorro de inundaciones en Perú, Ecuador y Colombia

Filadelfia, PA, 11 de abril del 2017Elsevier, la compañía de análisis de información especializada en ciencia y salud, estará proporcionando acceso gratuito a su principal sistema de información y referencia clínica en línea, ClinicalKey, para apoyar a los profesionales de salud que están respondiendo a las recientes inundaciones y deslaves en Perú, Ecuador y Colombia.

Los servicios de emergencia médica y otros profesionales de la salud en la región podrán acceder a ClinicalKey gratis. ClinicalKey provee de contenido clínico, contrastable, y basado en evidencia así como información medica que empodera a los profesionales de la salud para tratar a las víctimas del desastre.

Comenzando el viernes, 31 de marzo, y durante 60 días, el acceso a ClinicalKey (www.clinicalkey.com) será abierto y gratuito a cualquier dirección (IP) que provenga desde las regiones afectadas en Peru, Ecuador y Colombia. Profesionales en materia de salud, hospitales y cualquier otra institución de la salud, así como bibliotecas médicas en esas áreas podrán acceder a ClinicalKey.

Asi mismo, estamos poniendo a disposición de forma gratuita e inmediata, una serie de artículos de otras bases de datos de Elsevier específicos en materia de desastres naturales causados por lluvia e inundaciones:


About Elsevier
Elsevier is a global information analytics business that helps scientists and clinicians to find new answers, reshape human knowledge, and tackle the most urgent human crises. For 140 years, we have partnered with the research world to curate and verify scientific knowledge. Today, we’re committed to bringing that rigor to a new generation of platforms. Elsevier provides digital solutions and tools in the areas of strategic research management, R&D performance, clinical decision support, and professional education; including ScienceDirect, Scopus, SciVal, ClinicalKey and Sherpath. Elsevier publishes over 2,500 digitized journals, including The Lancet and Cell, 39,000 e-book titles and many iconic reference works, including Gray's Anatomy. Elsevier is part of RELX, a global provider of information-based analytics and decision tools for professional and business customers. www.elsevier.com

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