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Taking on the infodemic

Stopping misinformation takes the right tools and a trusted partner delivering accessible evidence-based information for finding the truth.

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Facing the facts

The infodemic works like a pandemic: a sudden influx of a lot of information that can spread rapidly. By providing relevant, accurate, vetted information, Elsevier helps ease insecurities and allows healthcare professionals to respond to public needs efficiently and effectively.

Evidence you can trust

Misinformation is widespread, and too much information — both accurate and not — causes confusion, uncertainty and mistrust. With Elsevier as your partner, you’ll have easily accessible, evidence–based information you can trust.

With products like ClinicalKey and Shadow Health, comprised of professionally curated, evidence-based content, you can be confident that you're relying on trusted research and insights to drive your healthcare decisions and education.

Learn more: Elsevier Health: Improving access to evidence-based information(opens in new tab/window)

Fighting misinformation

At Elsevier, we focus on finding — and making accessible — the most trustworthy information to improve how society handles disease outbreaks, as well as individual patient care.

Hear from our content experts, Dr. Louise Chang, MD, FACP, Global VP, Solutions, Content, Strategy and Partnerships, and Kevonne Holloway, Managing Director, Global Content Partners on how Elsevier's commitment to evidence-based knowledge, and increasing confidence in research, helps ensure better patient care and outcomes.

Taking on the infodemic

Learn more about the state of healthcare and what the future may bring in our Clinician of the Future report.

“Easily available information about diseases and treatment modalities from [the] internet and social media[,] and unqualified social media influencers suggesting treatments[,] make the general public question or become sceptical about the qualified opinions of the doctor.”

Indian clinician




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