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First time logging in to Up-to-Date? 

You can access the library's subscription to Up-to-Date from the Article Database list, links on this research guide, or by search for "Up-to-Date" in OneSearch. You will be prompted to log in to the CSUDH Authentication Service using your CSUDH username and password.

Do I need to register for an account? 

You can browse all content in Up-to-Date on any device with a library link. However, if you'd like to save your search history, bookmark resources, earn CME/CE/CPD credit or use the Up-to-Date mobile app, you can register for a personal account using your CSUDH email. 

Once you've registered, you can download the Up-to-Date mobile app on up to two devices. 

You may be asked to verify your affiliation with CSUDH every 90 days to maintain unlimited access through our subscription.

What can I use Up-to-Date for?

Up-to-Date navigation with Patient Education, Topics by Specialty, Calculators, and Drug Interactions highlighted.

A. Patient Education - Frequently asked questions and basic or beyond the basic information on conditions and treatments that you can print and give to patients in English or Spanish. 

B. Topics - Search for a health topic, or go to Content > Browse by Specialty. 

Topic outlines are a great reference source for the latest information on conditions and interventions. These articles are written by clinical experts, reviewed by peers, cite high-quality evidence, and are updated frequently.

Example of an Up-to-Date topic overview on catheterization techniques.

C. Calculators - Advanced and specialized conversion and treatment calculators. 

D. Drug Interactions - Add multiple drug names to analyze how they might interact with each other. 

Example of a drug interaction analysis of FLUoxetine and Phenetzine, an avoid combination.