The Medical Journal Meets the Internet
AbstractMedical journal publishing over the Internet affords major time and cost savings and conserves resources. The time savings allow more rapid incorporation of major advances into the practice of medicine. The Internet permits additional enhancements of medical journal articles that cannot be done in conventional print media. Electronic publishing also makes it feasible to publish negative studies which will enable more accurate appraisals of new drugs and new techniques.
How to Cite
Curran, C. (2002). The Medical Journal Meets the Internet. First Monday, 7(6). https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v7i6.964
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