Cambridge Media can be your publishing partner. We publish on an electronic platform, in printed form, on page turning platforms, in secure PDF files, on websites, in e-blasts... on whatever medium you require.
Cambridge Media is the leading Australian-owned specialist publisher, on behalf of Societies, Colleges and Associations, in Australia. Our main focus is on Professional Publishing, which is also known as STM (Scientific, Medical and Technical) Publishing, and we have been producing quality journals, books, monographs and conference proceedings for over 30 years. Our proven experience in this field ensures we provide a comprehensive range of services to many Societies throughout Australia and internationally.
But that's not all we do. We have produced hundreds of publications for all of Western Australia's major sporting teams, published many books for individuals, organisations and companies, as well as producing thousands of corporate/brand/product literature pieces for many companies.
Contact Greg Paull to discuss the benefits of Cambridge Media producing your organisation's publications.
The Renal Society of Australasia Journal is the official Renal Society and peak Australasian scholarly journal for nephrology nurses and associated professionals to share their ideas and research to promote evidence-based, high quality care for persons living with renal disease.
The World Council of Enterostomal Therapists Journal is published quarterly for members in over 55 countries and is a major component of the WCET mission to ensure evidence-based specialised nursing care is available worldwide for all people with a need for ostomy, wound or continence care.
The Australian Journal of Herbal and Naturopathic Medicine (AJHNM) is Australia's leading herbal publication. A thoroughly modern, peer reviewed and clinically relevant journal, the AJHNM can trace its origins back to publications issued by the Association as long ago as the 1930s. Issued quarterly, the AJHNM publishes material on all aspects of herbal medicine including philosophy, phytochemistry, pharmacology and the clinical application of medicinal plants.
The Transplant Journal of Australasia is published three times per year and is exclusive to members of the Transplant Nurses Association Inc. Articles are sourced from within Australia and from leading practitioners and institutions abroad to keep members abreast of trends and best practice.