Portfolio by the numbers
Providing peer-reviewed journals for hospitals and health systems professionals, our Hospitals and Health Systems portfolio covers the range of roles and requirements within the Hospital and Health Care system, from policy and public relations, to marketing, safeguarding and librarianship.
A MEDLINE-indexed, peer-reviewed medical journal serving physicians specializing in inpatient care. Covering the latest in-hospital treatments and protocols serving the needs of patients pre- and post-discharge, aiding physicians to solve clinical problems
Hospital Topics is the longest continuously published healthcare journal in the United States. Since 1922, Hospital Topics has provided healthcare managers and professionals with research they can apply to improve the quality of access, management, and delivery of healthcare.
The Journal of Hospital Librarianship focuses on issues that are of vital interest and concern to hospital librarians. The journal provides a forum for research strategies and reporting research results and quality improvement projects in hospital library settings, discussions of technological challenges and solutions, and articles on health care administration issues which have implications for hospital librarians such as managed care health care economics, hospital mergers, as well as patient safety and consumer health information.
The Journal of Hospital Marketing & Public Relations presents pertinent and practical material on new and effective ways of marketing hospital services. Written by and for hospital marketing professionals, the Journal of Hospital Marketing & Public Relations shares current and cutting-edge marketing applications and methodologies.
Organizations around the world are using Lean to redesign care and improve processes in a way that achieves and sustains meaningful results for patients, staff, physicians, and health systems. Lean Hospitals, Third Edition explains how to use the Lean methodology and mindsets to improve safety, quality, access, and morale while reducing costs, increasing capacity, and strengthening the long-term bottom line.
Designed to enhance the confidence, knowledge and skills needed to perform effectively in urgent or emergency situations that can occur in a hospital, at a birth centre or at home, this fully updated third edition provides an accessible resource for all practising midwives.
This new book provides evidence based guidelines for the immediate clinical management of major trauma.It has been written by clinicians with many years of trauma experience, and endorsed as authoritative by Trauma Care (UK). The UK now has highly effective trauma systems. Clinical developments include the introduction of damage control resuscitation, tranexamic acid, blood product resuscitation, novel hybrid resuscitation and an emphasis on the control of major external haemorrhage as part of a new ABCDE approach.