Books from ACP
How to Write, Publish, & Present in the Health Sciences
From the acclaimed author of the standard reference for reporting statistics in medicine, this new book presents a practical and comprehensible set of guidelines on publishing and presenting in the medical sciences!
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ACP eBooks iPad App
The ACP eBook Reader iPad app is now available in the App Store. Download the free iPad app to access your ACP eBook titles.
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Amazon Kindle Editions of numerous ACP titles are available from the Amazon.com Kindle Store.
The Quotable Osler, Deluxe Edition
ACP's perennial bestseller includes never-before-published photographs, 50 new quotes, and several new essays. The leather bound deluxe edition also has a gold-stamped cover, splendid end papers, and a page-marking ribbon.
"Fascinating ... An enjoyable read." —New England Journal of Medicine
Electronic Health Records, 2nd Edition
"Overall, this second edition of Electronic Health Records should be a key resource, recommended as a must for the bookshelf or library of persons or organizations contemplating adopting or updating an EHR system." —JAMA
Atlas of Musculoskeletal Examination
Atlas of the Musculoskeletal Examination provides physicians with the most appropriate tests, concisely explaining what to look for and when to treat. Several chapters focus on particular body areas: the upper extremities (shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand/fingers), gait and spine, and the lower extremities (hip, knee, ankle, foot/toes).
Osler's Bedside Library - Paperback
This collection features excerpts from the favorite books of Sir William Osler and 20 other great works of literature. Each is introduced by a leader in medical humanities who discusses why these works have long been admired.
On Being a Doctor 2
The On Being a Doctor series illuminates the art and science of medicine with its collection of personal stories, essays, and poems.
Theory and Practice of Teaching Medicine
Medical teaching -- formal and informal, preclinical and clinical, planned and impromptu -- is complex. Meet the needs of your learners, while providing effective care for the patient.
Methods for Teaching Medicine
Methods for Teaching Medicine explores not only the traditional methods of teaching medicine but also those that are more cutting edge and identifies the criteria teachers can use to decide which method to use.
From our publishing partner McGraw-Hill:
Clinical Genomics: Practical Applications in Adult Patient Care
Clinical Genomics is essential for internists, primary care physicians, and other healthcare providers who wish to increase their knowledge of the gene-and-protein level care of patients in a clinical setting.
Principles and Practice of Hospital Medicine
In conjunction with McGraw-Hill, here is the definitive guide to the knowledge and skills necessary to practice Hospital Medicine.