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AIDS and Electronic Communications News

AIDS and Electronic Communications News AIDS and Electronic Communications News By John S. Makulowich makulow@trainer. com Resources on HIV/AIDS training to colleagues—there are a number of excellent servers to visit using the systems cited. There are Now that major commercial online service providers, such as CompuServe, Prodigy, and America Online, are making the Internet available to their subscribers and Microsoft plans to launch its global online information service called The Microsoft Network, the opportunity is greater for raising awareness about HIV and AIDS. For those health care professionals called upon to make Internet presentations—either to give a lecture/demonstration to management or offer hands-on also discussion e-mail with col- such services as MEDLARS, TOXNET, Locator, and DOCLINE (accounts are required to use some of these; others carry no fee). Here you find information about toxicology, environmental health, and AIDS. If you do not have a WWW or Gopher browser (or client) on your host system, you can use telnet (URL: telnet://go- pher.nlm.nih.gov/) allows users to access training, you will find links to other AIDS sites as sources. well as selected mental health reHere are the URLs for the various servers: (http://www.med. umich.edu:80/ aacap) Amer Acad of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (http://www.apa.org/) American Psychological Association http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png AIDS Patient Care Mary Ann Liebert

AIDS and Electronic Communications News

AIDS Patient Care , Volume 9 (4) – Aug 1, 1995

AIDS and Electronic Communications News

AIDS Patient Care , Volume 9 (4) – Aug 1, 1995

Abstract

AIDS and Electronic Communications News By John S. Makulowich makulow@trainer. com Resources on HIV/AIDS training to colleagues—there are a number of excellent servers to visit using the systems cited. There are Now that major commercial online service providers, such as CompuServe, Prodigy, and America Online, are making the Internet available to their subscribers and Microsoft plans to launch its global online information service called The Microsoft Network, the opportunity is greater for raising awareness about HIV and AIDS. For those health care professionals called upon to make Internet presentations—either to give a lecture/demonstration to management or offer hands-on also discussion e-mail with col- such services as MEDLARS, TOXNET, Locator, and DOCLINE (accounts are required to use some of these; others carry no fee). Here you find information about toxicology, environmental health, and AIDS. If you do not have a WWW or Gopher browser (or client) on your host system, you can use telnet (URL: telnet://go- pher.nlm.nih.gov/) allows users to access training, you will find links to other AIDS sites as sources. well as selected mental health reHere are the URLs for the various servers: (http://www.med. umich.edu:80/ aacap) Amer Acad of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (http://www.apa.org/) American Psychological Association

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Mary Ann Liebert
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Copyright 1995 Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
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0893-5068
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1557-7449
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10.1089/apc.1995.9.205
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AIDS and Electronic Communications News By John S. Makulowich makulow@trainer. com Resources on HIV/AIDS training to colleagues—there are a number of excellent servers to visit using the systems cited. There are Now that major commercial online service providers, such as CompuServe, Prodigy, and America Online, are making the Internet available to their subscribers and Microsoft plans to launch its global online information service called The Microsoft Network, the opportunity is greater for raising awareness about HIV and AIDS. For those health care professionals called upon to make Internet presentations—either to give a lecture/demonstration to management or offer hands-on also discussion e-mail with col- such services as MEDLARS, TOXNET, Locator, and DOCLINE (accounts are required to use some of these; others carry no fee). Here you find information about toxicology, environmental health, and AIDS. If you do not have a WWW or Gopher browser (or client) on your host system, you can use telnet (URL: telnet://go- pher.nlm.nih.gov/) allows users to access training, you will find links to other AIDS sites as sources. well as selected mental health reHere are the URLs for the various servers: (http://www.med. umich.edu:80/ aacap) Amer Acad of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (http://www.apa.org/) American Psychological Association

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AIDS Patient CareMary Ann Liebert

Published: Aug 1, 1995

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