Like you, we want every patient to receive the best care possible.
In partnership with the Better Evidence program at Ariadne Labs, a joint center at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and the Society of General Internal Medicine, we provide complimentary UpToDate subscriptions to qualifying clinicians and organizations.
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Total providers reached by 2020 donations, mapped.
Responding to urgent need
In partnership with Better Evidence, Wolters Kluwer continues to provide free UpToDate access and/or distribute UpToDate content to individuals and institutions in resource-limited settings or in regions with urgent need following natural disasters and infectious disease outbreaks.
See below for our activity in the last five years.
- Worldwide – COVID-19 pandemic
- Bahamas – Hurricane relief
- Samoa – Measles outbreak
- New Zealand – Volcanic eruption relief
- Brazil – Yellow fever outbreak
- Kerala, India – Flood relief
- Puerto Rico – Hurricane relief
- Yemen – Cholera outbreak
- Italy – Chikungunya outbreak
- Ecuador – Earthquake relief
- Brazil – Zika outbreak
Expanding clinical content
We continue to develop and update clinical content to address relevant issues for resource-limited settings. This content is available in our global health collection.
We support research conducted by Better Evidence at Ariadne Labs to better understand the impact that an evidence-based clinical resource can have on front-line care.
Additional studies are underway to evaluate the impact of UpToDate on medical education in Africa and on clinical care delivered worldwide.