Visit Us on the World Wide WebTHE PHYSICIAN AND SPORTSMEDICINE - VOL 24 - NO. 6 - JUNE 96
Do you want to know what will be in The Physician and Sportsmedicine before it reaches your desk? Did a colleague swipe your copy before you were finished with it? Do you wonder if we published an article recently on a certain topic, but you don't want to page through all your journals to find it? Is your mailing address outdated, or do you just want to send us a note?
Point your Web browser to www.physsportsmed.com and visit our new home on the Web. You'll find abstracts of the current issue of the journal, full text of previous 1996 issues; resources such as our listings of sports medicine meetings, fellowship programs, clinics and resource groups; and indexed links to other sports medicine Web sites you'll want to know about. We have a Personal Health section with patient-oriented articles on exercise, nutrition, and injury prevention, and a place to find out more about us—with e-mail links so you can drop us a note or send a letter to the editor.
We intend to grow our site over the next few months. To coincide with the Olympics in July, for example, we'll add news features about the medical aspects of Olympic Games. Editor-in-chief Richard H. Strauss, MD, will be in Atlanta, along with other board members and friends of the journal. If you can't be there, why not join us and sample the excitement?
And for those of you who participate in our CME program, you'll soon be able to take your test, submit it, and receive credit—all on the Web. More on that in the next few months.
In the meantime, we hope you'll go to our site. Use it. Tell your colleagues about it. And tell us what you think about it—especially what more you'd like to see. After all, the more useful we make it for you, the better we do our job.