This guide is intended for students and researchers at the University of Oxford and staff in Oxford University Hospitals Trust seeking information on on using UpToDate.
Use this guide to find out about how to use UpToDate
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UpToDate includes more than 7400 peer-reviewed topics; these are written by 3800 physicians who are experts in their respective fields. Each review is linked to Medline abstracts and a complete drug information database. An updated version of UpToDate is released every four months.
UpToDate is available via an individual username and password. Once registered, you will have access from any web browser and up to two mobile devices, including via the new UpToDate Anywhere app on your smartphone or tablet.
For Medical Students and other members of the MSD:
You’ll need to sign up by going to UpToDate via A-Z Databases –
You’ll be taken to the University of Oxford Single Sign-On screen and once you’ve signed in you’ll be taken to a webpage to create an account. You can then use your individual username and password to log in via the web and the UpToDate app. Your password will expire every 90 days so you’ll need to go through the A-Z Databases/SOLO link from time to time to refresh it.
UPTODATE ANYWHERE MOBILE APPS: You are now able to download any of the mobile apps on up to two devices: Go to your respective App Store on your device and download the free UpToDate Mobile App. Once it has downloaded, please use the UpToDate username and password you created during the registration process to log in.