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  This month we’re full of
the holiday spirit!

Our elves have been working hard
throughout the year to bring you some
fantastic content, author exclusives,
competitions, and fun stuff - and this
festive-themed student buzz is no
exception. This month we want to know
what’s on your wishlist, we’re running our sensational seasonal sale, we have some shiny new titles for you, plus freebies-aplenty.

We ho ho hope you enjoy!

Seeing as it’s the season of goodwill, this month we’re running a giveaway. Email us at
studentteam@elsevier.com telling us which 3
medical textbooks you have on your wishlist –
and we’ll pick one lucky student from all entrants to win a copy of each of their chosen titles. We’re crossing our candy canes that you’re a winner!


Around this time of year, we like to say thank you to our existing customers, and ‘hello and welcome’ to new customers! Between now and the 25th of December, you can save 20% off any Elsevier title, or save 25% if you order 3 or more titles, in our spectacular seasonal sale! Jingle all the way to www.elsevierhealth.com
to take advantage of the savings today!

The Elsevier Integrated Review series effectively merges basic science and clinical skills with a focus on the core knowledge you need to know. Case-based questions at the end of each chapter enables you to test your knowledge and the colour-coded format allows you to quickly find the specific guidance you need. This series offers crucial guidance for your early years of medical training.
Read reviews of titles in this series | View the other titles in this series

Favourite Elsevier author Professor Kumar has been won - well one student has won the opportunity to spend a day shadowing the lady herself! Professor Kumar kindly donated the opportunity in a money-can’t-buy auction held by Pilotlight, an organisation which brings together business people and charities to improve sustainability and efficiency. Freddie D a recent graduate is the lucky winner. Having applied to study postgraduate medicine in the coming year, we are sure he will make the most of this wonderful opportunity.

Orthopaedics and Trauma presents a unique collection of International review articles with a focus on specific areas of orthopaedic knowledge. Click the links below to read the most-read titles from this journal:

Frozen Shoulder
Imaging of Shoulder pathology
Fractures of metacarpals and phalanges
Leg length inequality following total hip replacement
And here’s the latest from the Lancet Student bloggers:

Finding your passion
The Hippocratic Hypocrite
Truth in clinical practice
First impressions of the Labour Deck
and the Pit