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New MSF website on field research

MSF has launched a new website that archives all its scientific articles published in peerreviewed journals. The goal is to make MSF research experience available to health care workers, policy makers and researchers in developing countries without the usual costs associated with retrieving research articles.

The online and searchable content comprises:

The articles are available free, with full text, and in an easily searchable format. No login is required.

Users are invited to send comments about the website, published articles or other subjects via a Feedback section where all suitable comments will be posted.

Visit online at www.fieldresearch.msf.org

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New MSF website on field research. Field Exchange 33, June 2008. p16. www.ennonline.net/fex/33/new

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