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ClinicalKey: Mobile app

Full text journals & reference books; Medline citations; First Consult point-of-care clinical monographs; Procedures Consult surgical videos; Clinical Pharmacology drug monographs

ClinicalKey app

ClinialKey is mobile friendly - no app is necessary. If your mobile device/browser supports HTML, cookies, and JavaScript, you can use the library's links to ClinicalKey from the web browser on your mobile device. You will still need a WiFi connection to use the app. The content does not download to your device. If you access ClinicalKey from your browser. you don't have the extra steps of creating an account and having to re-authenticate. However, if you prefer the app: 

Step 1: Register for a personal account.

If you have already created a personal account in another Elsevier product, like Scopus or Clinical Pharmacology, then you do not need to register again.  When registering for an account, you may need to use your DMU email  - but please do not use the same password you use to log into D2L

Step 2: Validate your DMU email address.

Please note, You will have only 60 minutes to respond to the validation email though so make sure you complete this process immediately! Now that you have a personal account...

Step 3: After you create an account and validate your DMU email, download the ClinicalKey app.



Step 4:  A few more clicks.

Choose Your Edition = Global. 

.CK Edition = Global


Choose your product = CK. 

Role is CK



Choose the IP_Univ option if you are on campus. Choose Remote Access if you are off campus.

Choose Organization - on or off campus?



Filter Your Search Results

Looking for specific types of information in the app, like Clinical Overviews or Procedure videos? Do you want to search for content in specific categories? You can filter your results after a search or you can pre-select the content you wish to use up front.

1. Click on the three lines (menu bar). Select Browse.

You can now search specifically for information within the drug monographs, ebooks, or surgical videos portions of this resource.