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Cutting Edge Surgery Spotlights from Wiley-Blackwell

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Access surgery journals, books, and other essential resources on Wiley Online Library. Featuring an easy-to-use interface, this online service delivers intuitive navigation, enhanced discoverability, expanded functionalities, and a range of personalization and alerting options. 

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Through 2010 the following journals are all available for to access FREE online -
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Asian Journal of Endoscopic Surgery   Shoulder & Elbow Orthopaedic Surgery Thoracic Cancer

Book Spotlights

Make A Decision: Surgery
Make A Decision: Surgery
By: Mark Corrigan, Arnold Hill & Paul Redmond

Taking a role-playing approach, you are the book's main character: a junior general surgeon on call in a busy teaching hospital. You have to decide every course of action over your shift. Make the right decisions or face the consequences...

August 2010 • 978-1-4051-9684-0 • 224 pages

For the chance to win £100 worth of books and for more information, visit

Clinical Anatomy: Applied anatomy for students and junior doctors, 12th Edition


Clinical Anatomy: Applied Anatomy for students and junior doctors, 12th Edition
By: Harold Ellis, Vishy Mahadevan

The Golden Jubilee edition of the best-selling clinical anatomy text. Provides detailed, easy-to-follow structured text; accompanied by clear diagrams and now with a new companion website containing digital flashcards - ideal for teaching and revision.

March 2010 • 978-1-4051-8617-9 • 488 pages

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Key Conferences

Look out for Wiley-Blackwell products at the following conferences:

International Congress on Shoulder and Elbow Surgery

Edinburgh, Scotland – 5-8 September, 2010

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American College of Surgeons

Washington, DC, USA – 3-7 October, 2010

Featured Journal Articles

Shoulder & Elbow

Asian Journal of Endoscopic Surgery

New horizons in simulation training for endoscopic surgery
D. King, H. Lee, T. Lewis, A. Di Marco, R. Kneebone and A. Darzi


British Journal of Surgery

Obesity and gastrointestinal cancer
C. L. Donohoe, G. P. Pidgeon, J. Lysaght, Professor J. V. Reynolds

Colorectal Disease

Journal News


Consensus Statements on Multidisciplinary Treatment of Hepatocellular Carcinoma

The American Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association convened a Consensus Conference on the multidisciplinary treatment of hepatocellular cancer (HCC). The goals were to address knowledge gaps in the areas of:

  • optimal preparation of patients with HCC for operative therapy
  • best methods to control HCC while awaiting liver transplantation
  • developing a multidisciplinary approach to these patients with the implementation of novel systemic therapies.

This issue of HPB has three papers outlining the consensus statements with each paper accompanied by an editorial.

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Shoulder & Elbow

Complimentary opt-in access to Shoulder & Elbow extended until the end of 2011!

We are pleased to announce that libraries can now opt-in to receive complimentary access to Shoulder & Elbow until the end of 2011.  All Shoulder & Elbow content is currently free online until the end of 2010, but if your institution doesn’t opt in now you will lose access at the end of the year.  If you haven’t already recommended that your library opt-in to receive this new journal then why not take this opportunity to make sure you keep access for yourself and your colleagues.

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HEED: Health Economics Evaluations Database

HEED equips health professionals with the tools they need to make informed decisions about medicines and other healthcare interventions by selecting, then reviewing published economic studies providing comparative anlaysis of costs and consequences.

Read these selected Economic Evaluations relating to Surgery

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