Subscriber Services

Welcome to the Oxford Medicine Online’s Subscriber Services. These pages contain information on accessing Oxford Medicine Online, managing your subscriptions, and getting help if you have a problem.

Subscriber Services are only available to subscribers to Oxford Medicine Online. If you are not currently a subscriber, find out how to subscribe.

Services for subscribers include:

Individual subscriptions

Oxford Medicine Online will retire individual subscription on 30th June 2021. Please contact customer services if you have any questions about the future of your subscription: within the Americas | outside the Americas

Accessing the site

Before you log in to the site:

See a list of recommended browsers and settings

Find out about our conformance to accessibility standards

Browse our list of frequently asked questions about access

Experiencing technical problems?

Please consult our FAQs.

Detailed help is available from every page of the site. You can also watch our online tour to have a walkthrough of the functionality.

If you can't find an answer on the site, you can also contact us.

Managing your account

To view your account details and subscription information, view or change your account preferences, please select the link appropriate to your region:

North and South America

UK and Rest of World

Usage Reporting

Oxford University Press provides usage statistics that are compliant with the COUNTER Code of Practice, Release 5. These reports are designed to be clear, flexible, and consistent.  For more information and to access reports for your institution, please see our Usage Statistics page for librarians.

MARC records

Download MARC records straight to your desktop.

Title List

View a list of titles currently in Oxford Medicine Online.

Promoting the site to users

We have a range of resources to help librarians promote the site.

Download promotional materials, including posters, flyers, postcards, and more

View our online tour to see key benefits of Oxford Medicine Online.

Sign up for a WebEx walkthrough – free to you and your users

Developing Countries Initiative

Oxford University Press is committed to ensuring that non-profit institutions in developing nations have access to critical research. The Developing Countries Initiative programme offers free or deeply reduced rate access to the Oxford Textbook of Medicine and the Oxford Handbook of Tropical Medicine, as well as other scholarly content. For eligibility and participating countries, click here