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About RSM Press

The Royal Society of Medicine is an independent, apolitical organisation, founded over 200 years ago and one of the largest providers of continuing medical education in the UK.

RSM Press, the publishing division of the RSM is recognised as a leading medical society publisher with links to some of the world's most prestigious organisations. RSM Press publishes journals and sponsored publications.

Our journals range in scope from primary research to clinical practice, covering topics from experimental medicine to venous disease. Our flagship journal, the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine is one of the most widely read and enjoyed general medical periodicals, providing insight into a broad spectrum of issues facing medical professionals.

Further details of our journals and packages can be found in our 2012 catalogue. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or if you would like to discuss quotes on any combination of titles, and for a range of institution sizes and geographical spreads.

RSM Press also produces a range of publications for healthcare professionals and academics in medicine, from medical history to symposia proceedings and short guides on clinical topics.

The symposia proceedings include contributions from international experts in their field and cover subjects such as preventive cardiology, diabetes, oncology, and medical education.

Our medical history titles include biographies, a compilation of landmark papers from the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine and general texts exploring developments in medicine over the years.

RSM Press are pleased to offer a collection of carefully selected, high quality publications suitable for education, research purposes, and the general reader, many of which are particularly suitable for gift ideas.

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