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Elsevier clinical thought leaders to delve into healthcare’s hot topics, including collaborative care, population health and improving patient outcomes

Positive results from multicenter, double-blind, sham-controlled study published in Brain Stimulation

New program provides latest views on library information science topics and professional development opportunities online and in-person

Contest encourages Harriet Lane Handbook users to discuss advancements in pediatric care for a chance to win one of three $1,000 prizes

Prestigious accreditation demonstrates Elsevier’s commitment to lifelong learning

Elsevier's Scopus data to be used for QS’ analyses and evaluation of global research

Editorial in International Journal of Infectious Diseases includes warning of the risks of the disease being spread globally

Holdings data can be kept up to date without library intervention

New research shows rank matters more than paternity for males’ relationships with infants

Reference Module wins in two content categories, and Pathway Studio wins for Best Science and Technology Information Solution category

CoCoTea 2015 will be held 22-24 June at the University of Aveiro, Portugal

Books focus on important new developments in biochemical engineering and catalysis

In collaboration with the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - National Center for Medical Information and Knowledge, 30-days free access to Elsevier’s ClinicalKey, a clinical search engine, will be granted to all users within South Korea

The Reaxys PhD Prize recognizes young chemists conducting original and innovative research in organic, organometallic and inorganic chemistry

Naturally-Fermented Foods Are a Good Source, According to New Journal of Dairy Science® Study