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Request Pilot Access To The New McGraw Hill HemOnc Platform

The new McGraw Hill hematology-oncology solution is a comprehensive resource that delivers 650+ combination treatment regimens, supported by evidence-based and actionable recommendations for care. This resource also includes patient orders, patient medication education handouts, cases with MCQs, as well as the latest practice guidelines, peer-reviewed literature and much more.


This new resource is perfect for Hematologists, Oncologists, Academic Institutions, Pharmacists, Hematology-oncology fellows and residents, oncology nurses, and advanced level practitioners. This new resource will help healthcare providers to maintain an exceptional grasp on the must current information in clinical practice and medical education.


Sign up now for early access to our pilot program.**


**Our subscription products are typically ordered and managed by an authorized Administrator or Librarian at an institution; therefore not everyone who requests pilot access will be eligible. 

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Why AccessHemOnc?

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Expert content on any device

  • Content developed by world-renowned experts in their fields—the best minds in medicine
  • Moderated, curated, and continually updated by an expert team of content and platform specialists
  • Content is easily searchable and can be viewed, watched and listened to on any device
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Accessible on and off campus

  • Users can log in while in the library, in class, on work experience, on the go, or at home
  • Off-campus access ensures users can lean on point of care resources, diagnostic tools, and more when applying theory in a practical setting
  • All you need is a WiFi connection to log in to the platform. Explore the full range of content, tools, and resources across any device
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Covers all subjects and teaching approaches

  • Covers the full range of subjects taught in medical schools—from first year to residency/training and on to clinical practice
  • Supports a variety of medical education teaching approaches: traditional, integrated, case-based, problem-based, flipped classroom
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