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"The Pop Reporter" launches customized edition.

The INFO Project's weekly e-zine, "The Pop Reporter," announces the launch of new customized editions. This state-of-the-art feature allows subscribers to customize their subscriptions, tailoring issues to both topic and delivery preferences. Now subscribers may choose from among 17 categories of the most important concerns of the world's reproductive health community today: Family Planning/Reproductive Health Research and News; Family Planning/Reproductive Health Law and Policy; HIV/ AIDS Research and News; Maternal and Child Health Research and News; Men's Health Research and News; Population Research and News; Women's Health Research and News; Youth Health Research and News; Book Reviews; Special Reports/Profiles/Resources.

Issues may be delivered in one of the following four formats: pdf file attachment; html file attachment; a plain text e-mail; or an e-mail notification with a web link to your customized issue.

Two special features have also been added:

* Guest Editorials from leading reproductive health and family planning researchers, program managers, and policymakers; and

* Updates to the CIRE (Continuous Identification of Research Evidence) database, a system that identifies articles with study objectives that reflect topics addressed by WHO's Medical Eligibility Criteria for Contraceptive Use or the Selected Practice Recommendations for Contraceptive Use.

In a recent survey, Pop Reporter subscribers said "The Pop Reporter" was a most important electronic information source for remaining informed; learning of important new developments; and keeping abreast of current research.

Sign up for the new Pop Reporter at http://prds.infoforhealth.org/signup.php

For more information contact:

Robert Jacoby, e-mail: rjacoby@jhuccp.org

Or visit: http://www.infoforhealth.org
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Title Annotation:On-line Resources
Publication:Women's Health Journal
Date:Apr 1, 2003
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