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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

Misinformation is widespread, and too much information — both accurate and not — causes confusion, uncertainty and mistrust.   

The volume of scientific research now available to clinicians and students exceeds what the human brain can possibly recall, while the growing expectations around the retention of clinical knowledge are only adding to feelings of burnout experienced by healthcare professionals  

Today’s clinicians need to be able to efficiently access scientific information from trusted sources to support their clinical decision-making, while evidence-based content must be easily accessible to students in engaging formats, to effectively support their individual learning needs. 

Evidence you can trust

By providing relevant, accurate, vetted information, Elsevier Health helps support future healthcare professionals to be practice-ready and enables clinicians to make better decisions at the point of care.  

Through the use of innovative technologies such as simulation and AI, Elsevier Health is providing students and clinicians with efficient access to evidence-based information when and where they need it.  

Our responsible AI principles combined with peer-reviewed content, extensive data sets and sophisticated analytics helps researchers and health professionals discover, advance and apply trusted knowledge.  

ClinicalKey AI, comprised of professionally curated, evidence-based content, provides clinicians with trusted information that aids healthcare decisions that improve patient outcomes. 

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“Seventy-two percent of medical and nursing students feel overwhelmed by the amount of information they need to retain.” 

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Clinician of the Future Education Edition

2023 Report

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.”

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