Convenient, cost-effective access to 12 books in public health, clinical medicine, and behavioral/mental health that have been designated "Core Titles" by Doody's Review Services
Doody’s Core Titles have been selected by academically-affiliated healthcare professionals and medical librarians, and are considered must-have resources for practitioners, researchers, and students.
A Core Title is a book that represents essential knowledge needed by professionals or students in a given discipline. Up to three librarians score each title on a score of 0-3 in five fundamental collection development criteria: authoritativeness of author and publisher; scope and coverage of the subject matter; quality of content (including timeliness); usefulness and purpose; and value of money. Scores are averaged to provide an overall score for each title.
7 of the books in the collection have received a Doody’s score of 2.5 or above and 2 have received a perfect score of 3.
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Oxford University Press Doody's Core Collection 2020: