According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the word "globalization" was first employed in a publication entitled Towards New Education in 1950, to denote a holistic view of human experience in education.
Globalization today means so much more.
It's an ever shrinking world we live in and as more and more people move about the globe, so do the infections and diseases that we may carry.
Content available through STAT!Ref is pertinent to a diverse and global audience. We have many titles co-authored by respected members of various renowned hospitals, clinics, universities and research facilities around the world. Some titles carry specific information for navigating cultural differences and others on infectious diseases that could affect us all. We also have content intended just for international users. STAT!Ref is currently used in many hospitals and universities around the globe.
Medicine is universal and so are the resources we use to learn, teach, research and practice the various aspects of healthcare. We think you will find a diverse and wealth of reputable and meaningful healthcare resources available from STAT!Ref.
This is just a sampling of titles you have to choose from. Please see our complete list for all available titles.
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We are here to support our customers, our users and of course our many resellers around the world. If you're looking to purchase STAT!Ref or just have a few questions, give us call, send us an email or contact one of our many resellers. A directory of our resellers is listed below.
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