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ClinicalKey training for Kenyatta University Schools of Medicine, Pharmacy and Nursing

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Faculty staff and students from the Kenyatta University Schools of Medicine, Pharmacy and Nursing were trained on the ClinicalKey platform on 6th and 7th November 2018. The sessions were facilitated by Mohamed Tanamly who has a medical background. He also introduced participants to ClinicalKey Medical Education. Kenyatta University has been given trial access to the platform which has been described as the next-generation medical learning platform

Clean up your Google Scholar Profile data

scholar_logo_30dpIf you set up your Google Scholar Account to “automatically update the list of articles in my profile” there is the real risk that your profile may include papers you have not authored. It is therefore highly advisable to clean up or edit your profile by:

  1. Clicking on the title of each offending article by checking the box found next to the article title
  2. Then clicking the trashcan/“Delete” button

Optionally, consider changing article update setting from “automatically update the list of articles in my profile”  (which is normally the default setting) to “Don’t automatically update my profile.” The later option gives you the opportunity to vet the suggested articles before adding them to your profile.

To create a google scholar account click here

Trial Access to ClinicalKey Medical Education

Click here for trial access to ClinicalKey Medical Education. The trial runs from 17th September to 17th October 2018. ClinicalKey Medical Education is the next-generation medical learning platform that makes it easier for students to study and turn information into knowledge. Elsevier launched the platform in February 2018.

Using Clinical KeyMedical Education

Users are required to create a personal profile to access any content on the site. However, users who have previously created a personal profile on Clinical key can use the same login credentials. A personal profile also enables users to use Study Tools (with highlighting, note-making, and bookmarking functionality), share notes/highlighting, and export notes to OneNote.

Nb: A free mobile app is available through iOS and Android app stores, search “Study Tools for ClinicalKey MedEd”

 

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