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Temporary known issues: Elsevier's ClinicalKey and ClinicalKey Nursing are experiencing authentication issues. You will not be able to get full text from links in SALUS or from our Databases to fulltext articles, BUT you can use the quick links above for CK and CKN to get to fulltext articles in an HTML format. PDFs are not available at this time. This is a worldwide problem for Elsevier. If you are having difficulty, please contact your library for help.
Information designed for patients can be found on several of the Resources subscribed to By SA Health Library Service. This information should be reviewed by clinicians before giving to patients to ensure it is appropriate.
UpToDate Patient Information
ClinicalKey Patient Handouts (For use inside Government Network)
ClinicalKey (requires SALUS logon for use offsite.) Choose the More dropdown menu and select Patient Education
eTGs - over 50 patient handouts
Natural Medicines Database Patient Handouts on Alternative and Natural Therapies
Access Medicine Patient Education for Adults, Children and Medicines
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