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ClinicalKey AI for Residents

Coming in August 2024.

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With ClinicalKey AI you can

  • Ask clinical questions in a conversational manner and get evidence-backed answers.

  • Understand patient context like comorbidities and current medications.

  • Enjoy a tool that learns from you, providing personalized responses based on your profile.

  • Access linked references to delve deeper into supporting published evidence.

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Love this resource! It's been a great tool to have on the general wards to help my patients and impress my attendings. When I was completing my cardiology rotation at John Peter Smith hospital, we had a patient with suspected Takutsobo's Cardiomyopathy. My research on ClinicalKey helped me inform my diagnosis and guide management to help get this patient back up and running.

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ClinicalKey AI Wins “AI Innovation Award” in 8th Annual MedTech Breakthrough Awards Program. Read the press release here

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MedTech Breakthrough Award 2024

Developed responsibly

For over 10 years, Elsevier has used AI and machine learning responsibly in our products, combining it with unparalleled peer-reviewed content, extensive data sets and sophisticated analytics. 

ClinicalKey AI is developed in line with Elsevier's Five Responsible AI Principles

  1. We consider the real-world impact of our solutions on people. 

  2. We take action to prevent the creation or reinforcement of unfair bias. 

  3. We can explain how our solutions work. 

  4. We create accountability through human oversight. 

  5. We respect privacy and champion robust data governance. 

Elsevier's Five Responsible AI Principles