Acpjc.org adds enhanced searching to many other features

Haynes, R. Brian
May 2004
ACP Journal Club;May/Jun2004, Vol. 140 Issue 3, pA-13
Academic Journal
Visits to the web site www.acpjc.org, the Web version of the "ACP Journal Club," are picking up as subscribers come to realize its many advantages. For the past decade, acpjc.org has provided the highest-quality, most relevant, and highest interest-rated articles for internal medicine and its subspecialties. The Web site is being continuously upgraded. "ACP Journal Club," classifies articles according to their objective, using the categories therapeutics, diagnosis, prognosis, clinical prediction, etiology, economics, quality improvement, editorials, Resource Corners, Practice Corners, and letters. Most clinical searches are for treatment options, with diagnosis, prognosis, and etiology being the next most frequent topics.


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