Susan Swogger, MLIS
Collections Development Librarian
Health Sciences Library
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Oxford University Press offers a large number of eponymous single and multi-title platforms, each specializing in different subject areas of their wide range of content. Two of the most relevant for a health sciences audience are Oxford Medicine Online and Oxford Scholarship Online.


Oxford Medicine Online (OMO) is a newe … read more


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Although founded in 1942 as the American Society of Hospital Pharmacists, ASHP actually had its start in 1936 as a subsection of the American Pharmaceutical Association (APhA), an organization whose beginnings go back almost a century earlier. In 1947, ASHP and APhA jointly established a hospital ph … read more


Over the past 12 months, we have received three titles in Respiratory Therapy and seven in Integrated Sciences. We have published reviews of two of them, with another two going out for review this month. The 10 titles we received over the last year in both specialties ranged in price from $19.99 to $149.00, for an average price of $73.28. Integrated Sciences is not a Doody’s Core Title … read more


Steven Hamick has served as the Editorial Review Group Chair for Respiratory Therapy and Integrated Sciences for Doody’s Review Service since 2005 — far beyond the three-year commitment we ask of Chairs. Over the last 12 years, we have sent him 186 titles in the two specialties and he is responsible for getting reviews … read more

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