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Oxford Medicine Online is a digital platform hosting Oxford University Press’ prestigious medical titles. This resource brings together authoritative texts by world-renowned authors available online for the first time. With over 1,000 books available, many of which include exclusive digital tools such as videos to further enrich your learning and practice, our online medical content continues to grow.

NEW Sixth Edition: Oxford Textbook of Medicine

Established as a trustworthy resource in medicine for almost 40 years, it remains a firm favourite in the field of clinical medicine globally. This new edition has a completely new colourful page design. The content has increased by over 1,500 pages (now 4 volumes). There are 501 new authors, 96 completely new chapters, 629 chapters and 259 videos. New to this edition is also that anyone buying the print version will get access to the online version for five years.

You can access the 6th edition of the Oxford Textbook of Medicine through Oxford Medicine Online, which is available via subscription or perpetual access (one-time) title-by-title purchasing.

Explore the Sixth Edition now.


Featured Article: Coronaviruses (extract)

With the COVID-19 outbreak declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation, healthcare officials must understand how to contain and manage its spread. Taken straight from the Oxford Textbook of Medicine, this article explores the six previously known coronaviruses, their epidemiology and crucial clinical findings.  Read More >>

Focus on Cardiology

This march, explore a range of topics in Cardiology with our two chapter collections. Our acute cardiovascular care collection looks at (among other topics) ethical issues in acute care from a European perspective, acute dyspnoea in the emergency department, and opportunities for personalized approaches in heart failure.

In our heart rhythms collection, see the top used cases from The EHRA Book of Pacemaker, ICD, and CRT Troubleshooting and The EHRA Book of Interventional Electrophysiology, alongside other relevant chapters from ESC CardioMed on implantable devices and cardiac imaging.

Start reading now:

Acute Cardiovascular Care
Heart Rhythms

All chapters are free to read until April 30th 2020.


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