H1N1 Virus: EBSCO information excerpt

“Early in September, as public concern about Pandemic H1N1 and the upcoming flu season began to grow, the medical and nursing editors from EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO) responded by offering the latest evidence-based, flu-related information for free.

As the pandemic expands, we continue to offer free flu information resources, located at http://www.ebscohost.com/flu. We are pleased to provide public support via continuously updated, evidence-based clinical information from DynaMed and Nursing Reference Center, EBSCO’s clinical and nursing point-of-care databases, along with patient education information in 17 languages from Patient Education Reference Center. Please visit this site often, post links to the site on your home page, and feel free to share, post, and email this link to your colleagues, patrons, family and friends.”

Searchable database of documents pertaining to the H1N1 influenza pandemic


Dear Customers, Partners, and Friends:

ebrary is pleased to announce that we have created a publicly available research center featuring a highly interactive, searchable database of documents pertaining to the H1N1 influenza pandemic.

Available today at http://h1n1.ebrary.com, the new site contains a growing selection of reports, papers, newsletters, posters, and other important materials from government agencies and other trusted sources. For more information, read our press release at http://www.ebrary.com/corp/newspdf/ebrary_H1N1.pdf.

We encourage everyone to link to this free resource and welcome your input and suggestions. If you are using ebrary’s Unity or Plug-in Readers — which are NOT required to use ebrary — you may customize your InfoTools menu to link to this site by emailing site-update@ebrary.com. Note that we plan to offer customization of the QuickView InfoTools menu shortly.

 

Regards,

The ebrary Team

ebrary, 318 Cambridge Ave., Palo Alto, CA 94306, USA

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