News for September, 2017

SEPTEMBER 28, 2017

World Rabies Day

Learn more about rabies, now often falling under the banner of a ‘neglected tropical disease’. One of the biggest obstacles to successfully reducing the number of deaths attributed to rabies virus is in creating awareness of this vaccine-preventable disease.

SEPTEMBER 21, 2017

Influenza Fact Sheet

With 2017 set to be the worst flu season ever recorded, discover the influenza fact sheet collating some of the best resources on Oxford Medicine Online.

SEPTEMBER 20, 2017

Free chapter on Food Hypersensitivity

Read about food hypersensitivity from classification and diagnosis to management from the Oxford Handbook of Nutrition and Dietetics.

SEPTEMBER 13, 2017

Read Food Safety free chapter

Read about the food safety from certain production practices to foodborne contamination from Food Law for Public Health.

SEPTEMBER 10, 2017

New Oxford Specialist Handbooks title

Part of the Oxford Specialist Handbooks in Cardiology, Adult Congenital Heart Disease aims to provide a sound understanding of the principles of the physiology and management of adult congenital heart disease (ACHD), and is now available online.


New anesthesiology title

Advanced Perioperative Crisis Management is an up-to-date, high-yield, clinically relevant resource for understanding the epidemiology, pathophysiology, and proper assessment and management of a wide variety of perioperative emergencies, and is now available online.


The ESC Textbook of Intensive and Acute Cardiovascular Care update

To celebrate the latest The ESC Textbook of Intensive and Acute Cardiovascular Care update, and to coincide with the annual ESC Congress, we are offering one chapter free-to-view for the month of August. In the July 2017 update, all chapters were reviewed for the need to update, with substantial revisions made to 26 chapters.


New home page article

Read about understanding disease through gut microbiome by Aly Cohen MD, FACR, exploring the impact of diet and certain types of environmental exposures.