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Dr. Rosemari Jung, UniMed Porto Alegre (Brazil)
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Dr. Rosemari Jung, UniMed Porto Alegre (Brazil)

August 9, 2022

Please briefly describe who you are and your role.

I am Rosemari Jung, a doctor working at UniMed Porto Alegre in Brazil as a Medical Advisor for New Technologies. I have medical residency in General Surgery and specializations in Gastroenterology and Digestive Endoscopy; I also completed a Master's in Technology Management. My current position involves carrying out Technical Opinions that support the acquisition of new medical technologies.

What problems were you attempting to solve when you started using ClinicalKey?

I started using Clinicalkey as a search tool in my work, complementing other searches in databases. I also use it as a source of illustrations for occasional presentations.

From your point of view, what are the biggest benefits you found in using ClinicalKey in your day-to-day routine?

ClinicalKey offers a very user-friendly search engine that provides answers to clinical questions in a variety of ways. I particularly like the Overviews when I’m starting a study and I need to update myself or have a general context of the situation. I also look for recent book chapters with a general, up-to-date explanation of a specific topic

What’s the primary reason you would recommend ClinicalKey?

I recommend ClinicalKey as both a clinical decision support tool and a source of information for use in presentations/classes.

ClinicalKey offers a very user-friendly search engine that provides answers to clinical questions in a variety of ways

Dr. Rosemari Jung, UniMed Porto Alegre (Brazil)

Dr. Rosemari Jung, UniMed Porto Alegre (Brazil)

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