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Health Press Fast Facts Book Collection 2016
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Health Press Fast Facts Book Collection 2016

Publisher: Health Press Ltd.
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Cost-effective, convenient access to 40 quick-reference books and practical guides spanning numerous medical specialties - now with 16 new titles!

Ideal for doctors, nurses, medical students, and others who need to find information fast, each of these guides distills, from the best available evidence, the essentials of diagnosis, treatment, care, and patient management in a succinct and well-illustrated manner. This 2016 collection has been updated with 8 new editions and 16 new books.

The following titles are included in Health Press Fast Facts Book Collection 2016:

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Biomedical Research Grants—UberResearch NEW! UberResearch is a searchable database of awarded research funding that includes more than 600,000 indexed records. And now it's available on the Ovid® platform!
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The Philosopher's Index The Philosopher's Index is a bibliographic database with informative author-written abstracts covering scholarly research in the fifteen fields of philosophy, published in journals and books since 1940.
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Evidence-Based Practice Evidence-Based Practice is a quarterly journal focused on topics relevant to the daily practice of family medicine and includes content addressing timely and pertinent questions related to patient care.
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Stroke An official journal of the American Heart Association, Stroke publishes reports of clinical and basic investigation of any aspect of the cerebral circulation and its diseases from many disciplines.

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