Cambridge University Press has a dynamic and cutting-edge medical publishing program, with a strong clinical focus. Targeted at practising clinicians and speciality trainees, our books range from practical handbooks to major reference texts for daily clinical use, ongoing education and recertification, as well as web-based and electronic products. Our authorship and audience are international, and our publishing is concentrated in medical disciplines with strong clinical and practitioner applications such as anaesthesia, radiology, psychiatry, emergency medicine, and neurology.

Launched in September 2009, this blog aims to bring together students, trainees, professionals, researchers, authors, editors and readers, to provide a forum for opinion and discussion. We hope you will visit the blog regularly to keep up to date with the latest research and news from Cambridge Medicine and our online community of healthcare professionals.

As well as regular articles from our authors about hot topics in their fields of expertise, you will find information about new and forthcoming books from Cambridge.

If you’d like to contribute an article or if you’d like to see an article or discussion on a particular topic, we’d love to hear from you – please drop us a line at dbean@cambridge.org. We also welcome your comments on anything you find on this site: simply follow the commenting links on the main pages of the blog. Please note that although all articles and comments will be moderated, they do not necessarily represent the views of Cambridge University Press, and please refer to our terms and conditions and privacy policy before contributing to this site.

If you would like to discuss a book proposal, please contact ndunton@cambridge.org.

You can also visit the blog of the Cambridge University Press North America office and you can find out more about our books by visiting the Medicine page of the Cambridge University Press website.


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