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UpToDate® is the premier evidence-based clinical decision support resource, trusted worldwide by healthcare practitioners to help them make the right decisions at the point of care. It is proven to change the way clinicians practice medicine, and is the only resource of its kind associated with improved outcomes. 

Study: Using Clinician’s Search Query Data to Monitor Influenza Epidemics
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Study: Temporal Trends in Accessing Online Medical Information
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Study: Researchers at Harvard Reveals Hospital Adoption of UpToDate Directly Associated with Saving Lives
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“UpToDate is a constant go-to resource for all who are involved in patient care and/or research, providing clear and comprehensive overviews of most conditions and therapeutic options. It has saved me hundreds of hours over the years.”

— Pablo Fernandez, MD
Penn, United Kingdom

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Monthly Learning Forum Webinar

Our next Learning Forum Webinar will be June 16, 2015. Join us to learn how to use UpToDate for research purposes. A registration link will be available on our Webinars page soon.

Use UpToDate Mobile Apps to Answer Medical Questions Where and When They Arise

Watch the full video demonstration of UpToDate Mobile Apps from our March webinar.

Missed a Session? View On-Demand

Conveniently watch full versions of past Learning Forum Webinars On-Demand, including:

  • How UpToDate Responds to Infectious Disease Outbreaks
  • UpToDate Throughout Your Care Team
  • Earning and Redeeming Continuing Medical Education Credits with UpToDate
  • Improve Your Search in UpToDate and Save Time
  • and many more!

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