Elsevier has become the undisputed market leader in the publication and dissemination of literature covering the broad spectrum of scientific endeavors.
The Health Sciences division publishes over 700 journals and 2,000 books and clinical reference works annually and offers an extensive portfolio of online tools in education, practitioner reference and point of care.
The worlds premier names in health care publishing - Saunders, Mosby, and Churchill Livingstone are all members of the Elsevier team of leading publishers dedicated to meeting the information needs of health science professionals. For over 125 years, the Elsevier name has represented a dedication to excellence in the exchange of information.
Our European operations are located in Edinburgh, London and Oxford in the UK, and Amsterdam in the Netherlands. In the United States we have offices in Philadelphia, St. Louis and New York. We have sales and marketing offices located across the globe.
Elsevier publishes across the whole gamut of healthcare: student textbooks in medicine, nursing and most other health professions; review books for exams; comprehensive reference textbooks for specialist practitioners; manuals and handbooks for professionals. We publish many of the standard works that define specialties. We also publish a wide range of primary and review journals. Our best known book is Gray's Anatomy - which has been in print for over 100 years.
Working with the world's most respected clinicians, educators, scientists and researchers, Elsevier has set a high standard for quality. Its publications are written and edited by international scholars with excellent clinical, technical and scientific credentials, and wide research and teaching experience in their fields.
Just as the tools used in scientific research are changing, so too are the tools used in scientific communication. Elsevier has taken a leadership role in advancing the technologies necessary to create a seamless electronic information delivery environment.