Online access to Medical and Healthcare books from Oxford University Press

Courtesy of Health Education England, NHS staff and students on placement in England have access to over 130 Oxford University Press medical and healthcare books online.

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How to access

1. Sign in to NHS OpenAthens

2. If you don’t have an OpenAthens account, please register for one

3. Once signed in, you will be taken directly to the books you have access to

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Training resources

For Librarians

Watch this video for an overview of the entire Oxford Medicine Online platform.

Visit our YouTube channel for short subject specific videos.

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Attend a training session on how to access and navigate the Oxford Textbook of Medicine online

To schedule a Training session, contact Katherine Staples, Regional Training and Implementation Manager

NHS Collection

MARC Records (last updated November 2021)

MARC Records with WAYFless URLs (last updated November 2021)

Title list with WAYFless URLs (last updated March 2022) 

MARC for Open Access Titles

Oxford Specialist Handbooks*

MARC Records (last updated October 2021)

Title list with WAYFless URLs (last updated March 2022)

*Additional opt-in subscription required

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