Plural is headed to COSM!

We are excited to be preparing for the COSM meeting in Chicago.  We have amazing discounts on our favorite books, including some titles that are 50% off!  We will also be having a drawing for two free books.  We will be at booth #618; please stop by and say hello!

Excellent Review of Sleep Medicine in JAMA

The new book Sleep Medicine  received a wonderful review in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).

Here’s an excerpt:

“…Because Sleep Medicine provides such a good overview of the field as a whole, it will be useful for family and pediatric physicians as well as nurse practitioners. And because of the exceptionally detailed and well-presented overview of the structural and mechanical aspects of the upper air-way, how these aspects contribute to the development of OSA, and the thoroughness with which the different treatment options are discussed, this text will likewise prove to be an excellent resource for trainees as well as practicing specialists in sleep medicine.”

Read the full review and order your copy here!

Pasha is a great gift for ORL residents!

The newest edition of our bestselling classic ORL pocketbook is now available.  Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery: Clinical Reference Guide by Raza Pasha would make a great holiday gift for any ORL resident.  If you’d like to order more than 10 copies, call us at 858-492-1555 and we can arrange for 20% off of your bulk purchase.

Just Published!

Sleep Medicine

Kathleen Yaremchuk, MD, Pell Wardrop, MD

Sleep Medicine gives readers the necessary materials  to practice sleep medicine, encompassing the fundamentals of both adult and pediatric sleep medicine as it applies to the clinical practice of otolaryngology. It is a one-of-a-kind book due to its offering of an extensive review of clinical sleep medicine alongside coverage of sleep-testing modalities, as well as its inclusion of clinical sleep disorders that an otolaryngologist is likely to see in the office.

Click here to order now!

August Plural Community

The August issue of Plural Community is now available!

A special double feature, this month’s newsletters includes an article on the evolution of sleep medicine, Kathleen Yaremchuk, and an article on the role of statistics in the communication sciences and their disorders, by Eiki Satake.

Click here to read both of these great articles and to enter this month’s free book drawing to win a copy of Raza Pasha’s Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery: Clinical Reference Guide.

In addition, be sure to check Kathleen’s new book release, Sleep Medicine, as well as Eiki’s successful Handbook of Statistical Methods: Single Subject Design on our web site.

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