The Clinics is proud to welcome Dr. Harsh K. Trivedi as the new Consulting Editor for Psychiatric Clinics Previously, he served as the Consulting Editor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics from 2008-2016. He is the president and chief executive officer of Sheppard Pratt Health System, the largest private, non-profit provider of mental health and […]Read more
The first Clinics of North America were published in the early 20th century by W.B. Saunders Publishing Company in Philadelphia. In 1912, The Surgical Clinics of John B. Murphy and the Collected Papers of the Mayo Clinic, known respectively as The Surgical Clinics of North America and Medical Clinics of North America, were launched. Today, […]Read more
Consulting Editor of Physician Assistant Clinics, James Van Rhee, MS, PA-C, talks about the new clinical review publication written by PAs for PAs. For more information about Elsevier’s Physician Assistant Clinics, visit www.physicianassistantclinics.comRead more
“Lower Lid and Midface: Multispecialty Approach,” an issue of Clinics in Plastic Surgery receives 4 star review!
“Lower Lid and Midface: Multispecialty Approach,” an issue of Clinics in Plastic Surgery received a 4 star review from the Aesthetic Surgery Journal. “Overall, the book follows in the tradition of earlier Clinics in Plastic Surgery publications, and provides a great collection of current articles on this relevant topic. The contributing chapter authors come from […]Read more
The April 2014 Issue of Pediatric Clinics, “Pediatric Dermatology” received a review in the April 2015 BACCH newsletter. “The issue of Pediatric clinic of North America on Pediatric Dermatology edited by Kara N Shah and her consulting Editor Bonita Stanton lives well up-to-the expectation for a review journal. The same covers a wide variety […]Read more
Stroke in Atrial Fibrillation, An Issue of Cardiac Electrophysiology Clinics, Receives Review From Perfusion
“Stroke in Atrial Fibrillation,” an issue of Cardiac Electrophysiology Clinics, recently received a review in Perfusion by Samuel J. Asirvatham , MD, at the Mayo Clinic. “This book would be of particular value to cardiologists and stroke physicians. However, to a cardiac surgical trainee, it does serve to stress the importance of timely detection and appropriate […]Read more
Clinics Collections: “Lipid Disorders: A Multidisciplinary Approach” receives 3 star Doody’s Review rating!
One of Elsevier’s Clinics Collections, “Lipid Disorders: A Multidisciplinary Approach”, received a 3 star rating from Doody’s Review Service. Review: “[Lipid Disorders: A Multidisciplinary Approach] is intended as a reference of the current, research-based practice guidelines in the management of patients with multiple types of lipid disorders. This book would be helpful to all physicians, but […]Read more
One of Elsevier’s Clinics Collections, “Obesity: A Multidisciplinary Approach”, received a 4 star rating from Doody’s Review Service. Review: “This is a comprehensive, multidisciplinary presentation of the pathophysiology, treatment options, types and variety of complications that primary care clinicians and specialists will encounter in patients in their daily practice of medicine. The breadth of the information […]Read more
Clinics Collection: “Pain Management: A Multidisciplinary Approach” receives 3 star Doody’s Review rating!
One of Elsevier’s Clinics Collections, “Pain Management: A Multidisciplinary Approach”, received a 3 star rating from Doody’s Review Service. Review: “The book covers all types of pain conditions, with a focus on chronic pain, although there is a brief chapter on acute pain management. The review of pain physiology and anatomy is quite impressive. Chronic pain […]Read more
One of Elsevier’s Clinics Collections, “Asthma: A Multidisciplinary Approach”, received a 5 star rating from Doody’s Review Service. Review: “This is a presentation of different considerations about asthma that primary care clinicians may take into account in their daily practice. The breadth of the information makes the monograph valuable for nurses and other medical professionals as […]Read more
Clinics Collection: “Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: A Multidisciplinary Approach” receives 5 star Doody’s Review rating!
One of Elsevier’s Clinics Collections, “Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: A Multidisciplinary Approach”, received a 5 star rating from Doody’s Review Service. Review: “Drawing from the publisher’s Clinics Review Articles database, this book on COPD and related conditions and treatments details a multidisciplinary approach involving physicians, nurses, and therapists. The purpose is to present a variety […]Read more
Clinics Collection: “Type II Diabetes Mellitus: A Multidisciplinary Approach” receives 5 star Doody’s Review rating!
One of Elsevier’s Clinics Collections, “Type II Diabetes Mellitus: A Multidisciplinary Approach”, received a 5 star rating from Doody’s Review Service. Review: “The Clinics Collection is a series of focused monographs based upon previously published articles in the Clinics of North America series and Elsevier’s Clinics Review Articles. This book pulls articles from these databases […]Read more
Surgical Clinics Article: New prostate cancer screening review article advocates for active surveillance
Check out this great article from Eurek Alert and the University Hospitals Case Medical Center, highlighting the October 2015 issue of Surgical Clinics, “Cancer Screening and Genetics.” Excerpt from the article: “In the wake of changing guidelines related to prostate cancer screening, a newly published review article out of University Hospitals Case Medical Center’s Seidman Cancer Center in […]Read more
Surgical Clinics Article: Surgeons, athletic and musical pros join forces to devise new surgical training program
Check out this great article from Eurek Alert and the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, highlighting the August 2015 issue of Surgical Clinics, “Simulation in Surgical Training and Practice.” Excerpt from the article: “What do surgeons, elite-level athletes and professional musicians have in common? When they perform, the team – be it a surgical team, a […]Read more
Elsevier would like to congratulate Frank H. Miller, MD, Consulting Editor of the Radiologic Clinics , as he was formally invested as the Lee F. Rogers, MD, Professor of Medical Education at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. The ceremony took place July 23, 2015. Dr. Miller also is professor of radiology at the Feinberg […]Read more
“Behavioral Aspects of Sleep Problems in Childhood and Adolescence”, An Issue of Sleep Medicine Clinics was recently reviewed by Bradley Vaughn from the Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology. “This issue is unlike other texts focusing on sleep disorders in children. In this edition, Dr. Owns combines the practical behavior approaches applied to a variety of primary sleep disorders and […]Read more
The new Emergency Medicine Clinics podcast is now available! This podcast series is a first for any of The Clinics titles, and will be presented 4 times a year, tied to the release of each issue. The first podcast focuses on the February 2015 issue on “Management of Hazardous Material Emergencies” and features discussion of […]Read more
The Clinics are now live on Inkling. All 2014 issues and articles from the following series can be purchased for $98.99/issue or $14.99/article: Clinics in Plastic Surgery, Medical Clinics, Radiologic Clinics, Surgical Clinics, Veterinary Clinics: Small Animal Practice. Find your favorite Clinics Review Article today by visiting www.inkling.com/store.Read more
Former Year Book of Critical Care Medicine Editor-in-Chief and frequent Critical Care Clinics editor and author, R. Phillip Dellinger, received a lifetime achievement award at the 2015 Society of Critical Care Medicine Conference. A renowned expert in the management and treatment of sepsis, Dr. Dellinger will be honored for his pioneering contributions to the field […]Read more
Stephen W. Borron, ToxED Medical Editor-in-Chief and ToxED Editorial Board Co-Chair, edited the February 2015 issue of Emergency Medicine Clinics, “Management of Hazardous Material Emergencies.” This comprehensive issue was co-edited by Ziad Kazzi, Medical Toxicologist for the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention. Topics include management of hazardous material emergencies; toxic industrial chemicals and chemical […]Read more
The American Journal of Neuroradiology recently posted its review on the February 2015 issue of Neuroimaging Clinics: “Genetic Patterns in Neuroimaging.” “Every practicing neuroradiologist should be aware of this particular issue of NICNA and should be ready to consult it, because it will consume more and more of our thoughts, especially when discussing abnormalities with […]Read more
Positive tells the story of the life of Michael S. Saag, MD, an internationally known expert on the virus that causes AIDS. Mike Saag began his medical residency in 1981, just days after the CDC’s first report of the deadly virus. This led to his life’s work of turning the most deadly virus in human history into […]Read more
Consulting Editor for Infectious Disease Clinics, Helen Boucher, mentioned in press release about new standard antibiotic.Read more
Consulting Editor, Derek LeRoith, MD, PhD, for Endocrinology and Metabolism Clinics, was the meeting chairman of the recent ICE/ENDO meeting.Read more