No longer free for all

Hébert, Paul C.
November 2009
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;11/24/2009, Vol. 181 Issue 11, pE244
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the effects of the global financial crisis on the "Canadian Medical Association Journal" and informs that from January 2010, some content will be restricted to the members of the Canadian Medical Association, subscribers and pay-per-view readers. He states that this was a difficult decision because medicine related information is meant for everyone. He mentions that rising editorial cost and drastic decrease in advertising, made it mandatory to levy charges.


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