Medical Book Publishers
Established in 1869 as the first American university press, shortly after the founding of Cornell, the press embodies and advances the university's core values by disseminating fundamental and practical knowledge, while commanding its own distinct editorial profile. The press, as part of a land-grant institution, is also dedicated to transforming research into publications that reach and benefit the wider public.
Works published under its imprints reflect a commitment to excellence through rigorous evaluation, skillful editing, thoughtful design, strategic marketing, and global outreach.
With a focus on Irish history, politics, literature and the arts, we aim to continue the high standards of the past well into the future.
In general, the emphasis of the editorial for our handbooks is on pharmacologic management of a given medical condition, including clinical trial data, drug prescribing information, selection of appropriate patients, and drug side effects and interactions. Treatment options are delineated, typically in algorithmic form. Professional society and government treatment guidelines are presented and critiqued where applicable. Clinical pearls and pitfalls are imparted to the reader by the authors based on their experience. Relevant pathophysiology is presented along with differential diagnostic tools and criteria. A general approach to the patient is presented, often with case studies, in conjunction with a discussion of practical patient management issues.
We publish Social Science and Humanities books under the Routledge, Psychology Press and Focal Press imprints. Science, Technology and Medical books are published by CRC Press and Garland Science.
The University of Georgia Press is the oldest and largest book publisher in the state. We currently publish 60-70 new books a year and have a long history of publishing significant scholarship, creative and literary works, and books about the state and the region for general readers.
clinical and biomedical ethics, law, philosophy, psychology, and public policy.