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The Trip Pro offering takes an already wonderful – and free – version of Trip and makes it even better.  With more content, more functionality, no adverts and more, it really makes the Trip experience even better.  Institutional and personal subscriptions are available (click here to see Institutional price list). The table below highlights the main differences between the various offerings.

You can upgrade in one of 2 ways:

Institutional Subscription (VAT, where applicable, will apply)

If your institution has not already purchased an upgrade, you can find out pricing details here, prices start at $215 per annum.  To set this up or ask any further questions please get in touch via our Contact Us page.

Personal Subscription The annual subscription cost is $55 (US Dollars). If applicable, Trip Database will pay VAT at your home countries rate . If you are VAT registered you may claim this back.

Any questions then please get in touch via our Contact Us page.

You can purchase your own professional/private subscription by payment card, and this will take effect IMMEDIATELY:

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Trip Trip Pro Trip Pro (institutional)
Easy to use
Tens of thousands of systematic reviews
Largest collection of clinical guidelines
PICO search
SmartSearch showing 3 related articles
Email alerts for new evidence of interest
Answer engine – instant answers
Large collection of grey literature
Easy to use search refinement tool
Easy selection of RCTs
Hundreds of thousands of systematic reviews
Over 175,000 ongoing clinical trials
Massive database of medical images
Tens of thousands of clinical videos
Link to over a million full-text articles
Export links to reference management software
No adverts
Advanced search
Filter results by clinical area
Article views, see which articles are most popular
SmartSearch showing unlimited related articles
Link out to your organisation full-text subscription journals
No need to login to get Pro features
Institutional usage stats