Springer Healthcare launches reprintsWarehouse.com for pharmaceutical professionals

October 20, 2014

Springer Healthcare is proud to announce the launch of reprintsWarehouse.com - a responsive platform that enables pharmaceutical professionals to rapidly identify content that supports their product or device marketing activities, from a database of over 50,000 clinically relevant medical journals, books, continuing medical education materials and anatomical charts.

Users of reprintsWarehouse.com can easily navigate a search capability, which is differentiated from other search engines, to explore a database of thousands of pieces of content, specially selected and tagged by scientific experts. By searching a variety of terms such as drug name, manufacturer, author, publication date and/or keyword, users quickly locate relevant, peer-reviewed content.

Springer Healthcare holds the reprint rights encompassing more clinically relevant titles than any other company in the world. This wealth of content enables reprintsWarehouse.com users to quickly receive quotes on request or obtain permissions from the publisher through our dedicated reprints services team to ensure they receive the fastest copyright compliant service available.

Chris Bassett, Reprints Product Manager for Springer Healthcare says: "reprintsWarehouse.com provides instant access to the content most suited to our customers' product marketing needs. We can do this because of our extensive proprietary content and range of agreements with world renowned publishers and societies, alongside our highly trained team that review, select and tag suitable content immediately after publication."

"Whether a traditional reprint or the ever more increasingly required digital ePrint, even with enhanced content, reprintsWarehouse.com provides our pharmaceutical professional colleagues around the globe with the convenient, efficient, rapid and consistent high-quality service they demand." said Bassett.
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Springer Healthcare has four communication and education brands with over 40 years' experience working with the pharmaceutical industry. They are specialists in delivering innovative medical content and communications solutions, with products and services including scientific communications, medical education, promotional marketing programs, prescriber and patient education materials, independent medical news services, and pharmaceutical sales-force training. Springer Healthcare provides customized content development utilizing innovative online and mobile solutions that fit the specific needs and objectives of their customers. With over 300 employees and 20 offices worldwide, Springer Healthcare boasts the largest global footprint in the scientific communications industry. Their heritage to the publishing industry provides valuable insight along with global coverage with local knowledge in all the key markets.

Springer Science+Business Media is a leading global scientific, technical and medical publisher, providing researchers in academia, scientific institutions and corporate R&D departments with quality content via innovative information products and services. Springer is also a trusted local-language publisher in Europe - especially in Germany and the Netherlands - primarily for physicians and professionals working in healthcare and road safety education. Springer published roughly 2,200 English-language journals and more than 8,000 new books in 2012, and the group is home to the world's largest STM eBook collection, as well as the most comprehensive portfolio of open access journals. In 2012, Springer Science+Business Media S.A. generated sales of approximately EUR 981 million. The group employs more than 7,000 individuals across the globe.

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