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My CKS

The Clinical Knowledge Summaries (CKS) web site as recently updated with a new layout. This update also introduced My CKS.

Registering for a My CKS account allows users to receive email notifications when content is added or update. Registered users can also customise the layout of the site.

Perhaps the most useful developments are the introduction of Shortcuts and Read-later Lists. These two areas allow users to bookmark areas of the site that they refer to regularly or to tag an article to read at a later date before deciding to bookmark it.

Action: All clinicians will find the CKS content extremely helpful during daily practice. Regular users will benefit from registration.

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