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Step forward: ClinicalKey - Dr Antonio Cartón, Hospital La Paz, Madrid (Spain)
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Dr. Antonio Cartón, Hospital La Paz, Madrid, Spain

August 9, 2022

Please briefly describe your role within your organization.

Specialist Physician: Child consultation care with congenital and acquired heart disease. Tutor of residents. Organizer of scientific sessions.

What are your key challenges in accessing evidence-based information in your daily role?

The awareness of the tools available at the institution; as well as the practical training in its use within the residency program and the updating of medical personnel.

From your perspective, what are the main benefits of using ClinicalKey?

ClinicalKey integrates different sources of clinical information (journals, books ...) in a single platform. In addition, it allows access to training material (i.e. images, videos).

Do you think ClinicalKey has improved your ability to improve clinical decision-making? How and in which area?

It has improved in the way of organizing the information that is sought when clinical questions arise. Inquiries of interest have a structural research deficit in our specialty that ClinicalKey has helped to compensate for.

Please tell us about anything you now do differently as a result of using ClinicalKey, to benefit of yourself and of the patient

It simplified the selection of references against a direct search on PubMed.

Step forward: ClinicalKey - Dr Antonio Cartón, Hospital La Paz, Madrid (Spain)

Step forward: ClinicalKey - Dr Antonio Cartón, Hospital La Paz, Madrid (Spain)

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