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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.

COVID-19 Response Resources

As part of our response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic across the world, Oxford University Press has made content from online resources and leading journals freely accessible to assist researchers, medical professionals, policy makers, and others who are working to address this health crisis.

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Featured Article: How nursing is ushering us towards a better world

Imagine nursing’s power if nurses came from around the globe to learn how to address societal issues: the politics of war and violence; the economics of greed; the divisions of color and race, sex and gender; and the health of the planet upon which all life depends.  Read More >>

Celebrating the Year of the Nurse


This year, to celebrate the vital role nurses and midwives play in providing health services, the World Health Organisation have declared that 2020 is the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife. To mark this occasion, we have created a free content collection outlining the incredible roles and responsibilities of nurses who have become the effective catalysts for improved human health.

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



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AUGUST 4, 2020

Information about the OeL site

The OeL site will be shut down from the 30th September 2020. Find out more.

JULY 31, 2020

New Titles - July 2020

See our new titles for July on Oxford Medicine Online!

JULY 1, 2020

ESC CardioMed July Monthly Focus

Read about the heart and the brain in three free chapters from ESC CardioMed.