Spanish and Italian EMC Collection
Published under the prestigious EMC imprint, the Elsevier Spanish Language EMC Collection (15 titles) and the Elsevier Italian Language EMC Collection (14 titles) provide world class coverage of a range of clinical and surgical specialities.
The collections consist of both reference and review articles and are both a practical source of basic knowledge – and consequently an excellent teaching resource. In addition, they offer effective means of keeping up-to-date with treatments and rare cases. The packages appeal both to practitioners concerned with quick fire diagnostic and therapeutic problem solving and researchers exploring the theoretical basis of new techniques or unusual pathologies.
Benefits for librarians, researchers and authors
Librarians/Corporate Information Specialists– will be able to provide their users with quality Spanish and Italian language material on the familiar ScienceDirect platform.
Librarians based in Spain, Latin America and Italy will be able to meet the needs of their users without ignoring the wider international context of research
- Researchers – will enjoy high quality medical information in their own language, facilitating convenient study and easy preparation of course materials. Local language content is made searchable alongside a significant portion of the global medical literature and the many related fields indexed under SciVerse Hub.
- Authors – whose articles appear in one of these journals will see the profile (and citation) of their work rise significantly through inclusion in ScienceDirect. This will have a positive knock-on effect for the prestige of the journals themselves.
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