Early Journal Club now publishing continually on acpjc.org

Walker-Dilks, Cindy; Haynes, Brian
September 2004
ACP Journal Club;Sep/Oct2004, Vol. 141 Issue 2, pA-12
Academic Journal
This article presents information about the online service of "ACP Journal Club." The journal's online version, www.acpjc.org is free for American College of Physicians members and subscribers to the journal and has many advantages over the print edition. These include early access to each completed issue, a search engine that provides access to the complete periodical archive. From now on, publishers will be posting each abstract and commentary for the forthcoming print issue on a rolling basis, as soon as these items are in the final editing stages.


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