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  • The users can search by subjects via journals A-Z and select journal and then click GO
  • You can see the name of your institution if you access via IP
  • Talk about Impact Factor
  • Talk about online ISSN and Print ISSN
  • To see an article , click its [Full Text] or [PDF] link. To review many abstracts , check the boxes to the left of the titles you want, and click the 'Get All Checked Abstract(s)' button. To see one abstract at a time , click its [Abstract] link.
  • You can access to Abstract Full Text PDF and Request Permissions When click on PDF Link you can see the mentioned message and after that OUP will download your article full Text automatically
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  • The users can browse their subscribed journals by subject too for example when click on Medicine the can see only medicine journal list

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  • Welcome to Oxford University Press Our goal is to bring the highest quality research to the widest possible audience
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    • 1905 – Sir William Osler, a renowned Canadian physician, most famous for his book " Principles and Practice of Medicine " is appointed Regius Chair of Medicine and becomes a delegate of The Press
    • 1906 – Osler initiates publishing plans for the Quarterly Journal of Medicine ( QJM ), with the inaugural issue appearing in print the following year. QJM is acknowledged as being the first major medical publication by The Press, which now publishes over 1800 Medical textbooks and 40 medical journals
    • 1970s – 65 years on OUP publishes 40 journals, based out of an office in Neasden, London. Journals published at this time include African Affairs, Brain, Early Music, and Journal of Experimental Botany
    • 1980s – Journals UK department moves to Oxford
    • 1985 – OUP USA starts a journals program, successfully launching a small number of new journals including American Literary History and The Review of Financial Studies
    • 1988 – Journals office opens in Japan (Tokyo) with International Immunology
    100 years journals publishing
    • 1989 – Oxford Journals merges with IRL Press and relocate to IRL’s offices in Eynsham, Oxfordshire. The merge results in a total collection of 113 journals
    • 1996 – OUP merges its journals programmes in the USA, US and Japan. As a result several very prominent journals are secured for the US list including Journal of the National Cancer Institute , American Journal of Epidemiology , and the World Bank journals
    • 1997 – Japan Journals takes on a second journal ( Journal of Electron Microscopy ) and goes on to grow the list to 11 journals by 2004
    • 2005 – “Oxford Journals” undergoes a major rebranding exercise with design agency Wolf Olins, resulting in a new logo, website, and rebranded covers
    • 2006 – Journals office opens in Beijing, China
    • 2006 – We celebrate our centenary and the launch of our digital archive
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