Welcome to Oxford Medicine Online

Supporting every stage in your medical career

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.


Celebrating Ten Years of Digital Medicine

Oxford Medicine Online was launched in 2009 as the online home for our prestigious titles allowing you to find the right resources efficiently with the ease of digital functionality. We are proud to say that over the last 10 years the platform has grown to host over 1,000 of the latest editions of our titles. These are all supported by fantastic, informative digital content, including 85,000+ images and diagrams and 2,000+ videos, designed to enrich your research and practice.

Click here to learn more about our 10th Anniversary celebrations.

 


Featured Article: The Life of Dr. Albert Rhoton

Professor Rhoton gave neurosurgery a unique eternal gift – a window into the brain that provides surgeons with the roadmap to make surgery precise, gentle and safe (I am paraphrasing his words). Many man (and woman) hours went into its making; it was literally his life’s work. Read More >>


Equality and Equity in Public Health Collection

Inequity has always had a powerful influence over the global healthcare system. In all countries – whether low-, middle- or high-income countries – a person’s socio-economic position defines their wellness. The lower their position, the lower their health.

In our latest chapter collection, we explore how inequality and inequity has a profound effect on the healthcare system and what we can do to provide healthcare to all people, regardless of who they are. Start reading now.

Featured Chapters:

On Health Equity

Discrimination and Health Inequities

Improving Equity







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News

NOVEMBER 8, 2019

Reflections on the International Day of Radiology

Discover the history of radiology with this article.

NOVEMBER 5, 2019

Obstetrics and Gynaecology Content Collection

Discover our selection of chapters from our Obstetrics and Gynaecology titles, free to read until the end of January 2020.

NOVEMBER 1, 2019

ESC CardioMed November Monthly Focus

Read about the functional anatomy of the heart in four free chapters.