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Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press publishes over 100 prestigious, highly cited, and authoritative medical journals, many in collaboration with some of the world’s most influential scholarly and professional societies. Working in partnership with Oxford University Press gives you tried and tested ways of reaching these significant healthcare audiences with a range of tailored print and digital options.

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Did you know OUP offers all these solutions for healthcare marketing? You can partner with our world renowned content via:

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Take part in research with Oxford University Press (OUP)

The Research Team at OUP is currently looking for professionals working in healthcare communication, education, marketing or advertising to take part in some upcoming research.

Oxford University Press adds new innovative ePrint options to its product portfolio for healthcare marketing and education

Two new ePrint packages offer a holistic and innovative solution to the traditional article reprint, ever popular at conferences and rep meetings. These new digital options allow extra content around your chosen peer-reviewed journal articles and enable tracking of HCP engagement via integration with popular CRM systems.

Oxford University Press advertising and custom content team hosts their first ever virtual drop-in sessions
This is your chance to ask Oxford University Press anything: a quick question about advertising deadline dates for the European Heart Journal or a full presentation on the benefits of working with Oxford University Press to promote your brand.
An update from Oxford University Press Advertising and Corporate Services

Angela Joines, our advertising and reprints manager in Cary, North Carolina, has recorded a quick message to give you a glimpse of how we’re getting on working remotely in these unprecedented times.

Testimonials

“The team at OUP are an absolut delight to work with, friendly, professional, knowledgeable and efficient, what more do you want from a Publisher?

M for Media

“The book ‘Screening For Depression In Clinical Practice’ was well received, one of the highest response rates to a promotion in recent years.

Group Product Manager
Lundbeck Australia

“Since the 2011 update to the ABPI Code of Practice, our experience is that the authoritative medical books from OUP are proving popular. A mailing we designed for a pharma client to a secondary care audience generated a response rate of over 25% of recipients requesting a new edition of an OUP book.

Andy Caddell
McCallan Marketing Ltd

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Oxford University Press

01865 355 190

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Oxford University Press
Great Clarendon Street
Oxford
Oxfordshire
OX2 6DP
United Kingdom

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Take part in research with Oxford University Press (OUP)
The Research Team at OUP is currently looking for professionals working in healthcare communication, education, marketing or advertising to take part in some upcoming research.
Oxford University Press
Oxford University Press adds new innovative ePrint options to its product portfolio for healthcare marketing and education
Two new ePrint packages offer a holistic and innovative solution to the traditional article reprint, ever popular at conferences and rep meetings. These new digital options allow extra content around your chosen peer-reviewed journal articles and enable tracking of HCP engagement via integration with popular CRM systems.
Oxford University Press
Oxford University Press advertising and custom content team hosts their first ever virtual drop-in sessions
This is your chance to ask Oxford University Press anything: a quick question about advertising deadline dates for the European Heart Journal or a full presentation on the benefits of working with Oxford University Press to promote your brand.
Oxford University Press
An update from Oxford University Press Advertising and Corporate Services
Angela Joines, our advertising and reprints manager in Cary, North Carolina, has recorded a quick message to give you a glimpse of how we’re getting on working remotely in these unprecedented times.
Oxford University Press