Elsevier, part of RELX Group and an information analytics business that specializes in science and health, launched its new medical learning platform, ClinicalKey Medical Education. The platform is an English language electronic product initially available in the UK, Northern and Eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific.
ClinicalKey Medical Education includes Elsevier's medical content across a range of media with interactive study tools and a Smart Search functionality. The platform has more than 200 key medical education textbooks, 850 videos and 88,000 images readily accessible and allows students to create, manage and share digital notes with their peers and share knowledge with students across the globe. The program is integrated with OneNote and an interactive study card builder for students to be actively engaged, and it will also be available offline via an app and device agnostic.
"Technology continues to advance and Elsevier is committed to supporting the progress of education and practice in health," said Aaron Zeckowski, Vice President for Technology, Education, Elsevier Health Markets. "ClinicalKey Medical Education is a platform that supports rather than overtakes medical learning and works around student's lives and schedules. Central to its development was an agile product development process in which over 90 percent of the findings from our extensive design-workshops were implemented in the launch product."