TechValidate Research on Elsevier Clinical Solutions

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Medicine Customer Research

Trust Medicine to stay current

Why do you read/use Medicine?

Keeps me up to date on the latest clinical practice in my field
75%
Is a trusted source of information
70%
The articles are easy to read
55%
Helps me test my understanding of topics
34%
Provides an effective teaching tool
30%
Helps me revise for exams
14%
Gives me the information I need to help me pass exams
11%
Helps prepare me for clinical rotations
9%

Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine Customer Research

Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine saves you time in the classroom and at the bedside

How much reading time has Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine saved you with regards to revision, your exam prep, and/or staying up-to-date?

75%+: 12%
50-75%: 29%
25-50%: 35%
10-25%: 24%

Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine Customer Research

Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine helps you easily stay current in the classroom or at the bedside

Why do you read/use Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine?

Keeps me up to date on the latest clinical practice in my field
72%
The articles are easy to read
60%
Provides an effective teaching tool
58%
Is a trusted source of information
44%
Helps me revise for exams
24%
Helps me test my understanding of topics
24%
Gives me the information I need to help me pass exams
18%
Helps prepare me for clinical rotations
6%

Paediatrics and Child Health Customer Research

Paediatrics and Child Health helps you save time from training to clinical practice

How much reading time has Paediatrics and Child Health saved you with regards to revision, your exam prep, and/or staying current?

75%+: 13%
50-75%: 38%
25-50%: 50%
10-25%: 0%

Paediatrics and Child Health Customer Research

Paediatrics and Child Health helps you easily stay current in the classroom or at the bedside

Why do you read/use Paediatrics and Child Health?

The articles are easy to read
71%
Keeps me up to date on the latest clinical practice in my field
65%
Provides an effective teaching tool
47%
Is a trusted source of information
41%
Helps me test my understanding of topics
24%

Elsevier products Customer Research

Which publishers & vendors did you evaluate before choosing Elsevier?

Springer
54%
McGraw-Hill
49%
Wolters Kluwer/LWW
48%
Thieme
40%
UpToDate
39%

Elsevier products Customer Research

What review aids are most effective in your MOC preparation?

Self-assessment questions & detailed answer explanations
62%
Review books (wide range of radiology topics covered)
49%
RADPrimer
48%
STATdx
46%
Annotated images & image banks
36%
ClinicalKey
21%
MOC preparation is not a concern
15%

Elsevier products Customer Research

Select which products or book series you have used to prepare for Board Certification Exams as a resident or fellow.

STATdx
63%
RADPrimer
60%
The Requisites series
53%
The Case Review series
52%
Fundamentals in Radiology series
43%
Expert Radiology series
30%

Elsevier products Customer Research

Please rate the following Elsevier capabilities compared to the competition.

Best in class Significantly better Better Worse

Current Content
Authors
Point-of-Care Reference
MOC / Board Prep
Diagnostic Digital Tools

Elsevier products Customer Research

What were the top purchasing drivers for buying an Elsevier radiology book?

Expert-written content
63%
Annotated illustrations & high-quality images
47%
Self-assessment questions & explanations
38%
Internationally recognized authors
31%
Free Expert Consult / Inkling edition
26%
Decision support & point-of-reference content
19%

Medicine Customer Research

Medicine helps preparation for the MRCP

How likely our surveyed customers are to recommend Medicine to someone wanting to pass the MRCP or other post-graduate examinations

Extremely likely: 28%
Very likely: 41%
Likely: 22%
Not likely: 9%

Medicine Customer Research

Subscriber benefits

Surveyed customers selected the aspects of a Medicine subscription that are most beneficial to them

Having the print issue
83%
Ability to view online-first articles and back-issue articles
40%
All content accessible from your desktop, tablet, and smartphone
28%
Download images and figures directly into presentations
17%
Ability to conduct advanced searches online
13%
Access to the archive of self-assessment questions
11%
Having the Medicine app
9%
Set personal alerts
0%
Other
2%

Medicine Customer Research

Subscribing to Medicine saves reading time

Surveyed customers estimated that they saved reading time by the following amounts, using Medicine

75%+
3%
50-75%
46%
25-50%
22%
10-25%
19%
Up to 10%
11%

Medicine Customer Research

What does a subscription to Medicine provide?

Why do the surveyed customers read/use Medicine

Keeps me up to date on the latest clinical practice in my field
74%
Is a trusted source of information
69%
The articles are easy to read
56%
Helps me test my understanding of topics
35%
Provides an effective teaching tool
30%
Helps me revise for exams
15%
Gives me the information I need to help me pass exams
11%
Helps prepare me for clinical rotations
9%
Other
7%

Medicine Customer Research

What problems does Medicine solve for our subscribers?

The following were challenges for the surveyed customers prior to subscribing to Medicine

Being able to access the information I need on a specific topic quickly
59%
Too much information available from variable and potentially unreliable resources
57%
Knowing what information was relevant versus what wasn’t
36%
Finding relevant further reading easily
32%
Being able to combine learning and testing of my knowledge
30%
Other
7%

Medicine Customer Research

Meeting the needs of our subscribers

How well does a subscription to Medicine meet the needs of our surveyed customers?

Extremely well: 29%
Very well: 45%
Well: 25%
Not so well: 2%

Medicine Customer Research

Length of subscription

How long have our surveyed customers subscribed to Medicine?

3+ years
62%
2-3 years
10%
1-2 years
10%
< 1 year
12%
I no longer subscribe
5%

Medicine Customer Research

Who subscribes to Medicine?

How subscribers describe themselves

General practitioner
29%
Consultant
22%
Retired professional
9%
Specialty registrar/resident
9%
Physician - board certified
7%
Faculty/educator
5%
Student
3%
Attending physician
2%
Fellow
2%
Foundation doctor
2%
Nurse/student nurse
2%
Librarian
0%
Physician Assistant/Associate
0%
Other
9%

Elsevier Clinics Review Articles Customer Research

Clinics subscribers report access to additional content & access via multiple devices as the most beneficial aspects of their subscription

Please select the aspects of your Clinics subscription that has been the most beneficial to you.

View online-first articles and back-issue articles
80%
Access all content from your desktop, tablet, and smartphone
58%
Download images and figures directly into presentations
37%
Conduct advanced searches
36%
View video clips
12%
Set personal alerts
9%

Elsevier Clinics Review Articles Customer Research

The Clinics can help you save time, stay current, and improve patient outcomes

Why do you read / use The Clinics?

Keeps me up-to-date on the latest clinical advances in my field
89%
Gives me a deeper understanding of a particular topic
71%
Assists me in clinical decision-making
53%
Provides an effective teaching tool
41%
Helps me save time
31%

Elsevier Clinics Review Articles Customer Research

The Clinics help meet your clinical reference needs

How well does your subscription to The Clinics meet your clinical reference needs?

Extremely well: 35%
Very well: 50%
Well: 13%
Not so well: 2%

Elsevier Clinics Review Articles Customer Research

98% of Clinics customers are satisfied with their subscription

How satisfied are you with your subscription to The Clinics?

Extremely satisfied: 42%
Very satisfied: 42%
Satisfied: 14%
Dissatisfied: 1%



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