martes, 16 de febrero de 2016

'The Lancet Clinic: New evidence available

The Lancet Clinic

The Lancet Clinic: New evidence available

The Lancet Clinic

Dear Prof Cerasale,
The Lancet Clinic offers fast, easy access to the best clinical evidence and opinion from across The Lancet family of journals.
Each month, we include newly published evidence and other related material to help you make better clinical decisions. We recently added five new disease pages, covering liver failure, pancreatic cancer, psoriasis, schizophrenia, and testicular cancer.
Whether you are a practising clinician, student, or junior doctor, The Lancet Clinic will help you make informed choices on the epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of specific diseases.
The first 50 disease pages are available online, and a further 85 diseases will be added over the next 18 months. Each page brings together for a specific disease an overview, Seminar and Reviews, Clinical Series and Commissions, Research, Case Reports, and Clinical Pictures. The authors of newly commissioned Seminars will post regular summaries of important new evidence, ensuring you keep abreast of an evolving evidence base.
Visit The Lancet Clinic at and benefit from:
  • Best evidence: access the most influential, innovative, and clinically important studies from across The Lancet journals.
  • Regular updates: stay up to date with new material and summaries of important new evidence provided by Seminar authors.
  • Fast, easy access: browse The Lancet Clinic, access 50 detailed disease overviews for free, and explore a wealth of cutting-edge clinical content using our new, user-friendly navigation.
Best science for better lives
In addition, we are continuing our commissioning of more specialised Clinical Reviews and Series across The Lancet family to provide a more focused and in-depth assessment for some diseases. By doing so, we hope to extend our goal to publish the best science for better lives to being an active partner in using this science for actual change.
The Lancet Clinic invites you to be part of this endeavour.
Yours sincerely,
The Lancet

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