Online access to Medical and Healthcare books from Oxford University Press

NHS staff and students on placement in England have access to over 150 Oxford University Press medical and healthcare books online, courtesy of NHS England.

Use the below link to download a full list of all titles included in the deal, which can be filtered by specialism for ease of discoverability. Clicking on the title links will direct you to an NHS OpenAthens sign-in link and, once you have signed in, the book title on the Oxford Academic platform. If you don’t have an OpenAthens account, please register for one here.

You can also use the below Oxford Academic sign-in link to access a filtered list of book content available as part of the NHS collection. Once signed in, you can filter by format=book on the left side of the screen to display the full titles only.

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NHS Collection

MARC Records with OpenAthens URLs (last updated August 2022)

Monthly MARC Updates:

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KBART file with OpenAthens URLs (last updated April 2023)

Oxford Specialist Handbooks

MARC Records with OpenAthens URLs (last updated September 2022)

KBART file with OpenAthens URLs (last updated September 2022)

OUP titles featured in the Tomlinson's Core Collections

Oxford Academic Migration

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