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July 2016

Pharmaceutical News

Country of origin: USA

Wolters Kluwer Health's Adis Online is a website designed to help clinicians and researchers stay on top of progress in drug therapies. The site provides access to all Adis' highly respected drug review journals and newsletters, including the facility to search over 50,000 drug related articles and register to be kept up-to-date with new articles as they are published.

The site also provides links to the detailed homepages of Adis' 33 drug- related journals and publications and the ability to subscribe to each online.


The Adis eTOC Alert notification service provides registered users with an Electronic Table of Contents (eTOC) from journals and newsletters in the Adis drug library. Users can sign-up to receive monthly alerts from one or all publications including Drugs, CNS Drugs and Drug Safety. The free service is available to all individuals who want to keep current on articles pertaining to drug development including both Adis subscribers and non- subscribers.

The sign-up process is fast and easy. Individuals simply visit Adis Online and register a name and email address for each publication for which they wish to receive an alert. Adis eTOC Alerts are then delivered on publication of the journal.



All of the 50,000 articles in the Adis drug library can now be more easily searched.
After a search is conducted, users have the ability to pull-up each relevant abstract at no charge. Users with active subscriptions to a particular journal have immediate access to the full text; and all others have the ability to purchase the full text as a single pay per view.

An eTOC Alert provides a replication of an actual table-of-contents page. Users can click on a title and gain access to the abstract or the full-text article via Adis Online. In addition, Adis maintains an archive of table-of- contents pages on its website for users interested in reviewing article titles from back issues.


?Although electronic table-of-contents alerts are not new, this is the first time they are being applied in such a comprehensive way to the area of drug development,? said Gareth Taylor, Marketing Director, Adis Periodicals. ?Initial response has been quite positive and we expect the service will help customers find pertinent articles that they might otherwise overlook.?

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