Visit Store
Visit Store
News & Articles > Clinics Collections series compiles today’s most relevant articles into one focused resource

The Clinics Collections titles take a multidisciplinary approach to today’s practice of medicine, selecting the most recent and relevant articles from Elsevier’s Clinics Review Articles and combining them into a single source of information on a focused topic. Articles are chosen from multiple Clinics to highlight the range of specialties covering major medical issues, delivering the information needed for successful interdisciplinary teamwork and effective patient care. Written from a variety of medical perspectives, these articles offer deeper insight into how each specialty cares for its patients and provide a unique entry into sharing best concepts for the entire medical team.

Available May 2020:

Clinics Collections: Addiction Medicine – A Multidisciplinary Approach

Key Features

  • Areas of focus include opioids, alcoholism, cannabis, and prescription medicine.
  • Each article begins with keywords and key points for immediate access to the most critical information.
  • Articles are presented in an easy-to-digest and concisely worded format.

Clinics Collections: Precision Medicine – A Multidisciplinary Approach

Key Features

  • Areas of focus include breast cancer, lung cancer, melanoma, arthritis, sleep medicine, and pediatric oncology.
  • Each article begins with keywords and key points for immediate access to the most critical information.
  • Articles are presented in an easy-to-digest and concisely worded format.

Series editor Dr. Joel J. Heidelbaugh is Professor of Family Medicine and Urology and Director of Medical Student Education at the University of Michigan Medical School in Ypsilanti, Michigan. He is actively involved in teaching both medical students and residents at Ypsilanti Health Center, and attends on the department of Family Medicine’s inpatient adult medicine at the University of Michigan Hospital. Dr. Heidelbaugh’s practice encompasses patients of all ages, with a wide spectrum of both medical and psychosocial disease states.

Leave A Comment

One Comment