07 May 2004
Critical Care, with its website the Critical Care Forum, is a peer-reviewed clinical medical journal that aims to improve the care of critically ill patients by acquiring, discussing, and promoting evidence-based information across the whole field of critical care.Critical Careis an essential resource for all ICU staff. Its clear, comprehensible style and high-quality content make it authoritative, understandable reading for all nursing staff, training and established intensivists and clinical researchers, as well as anaesthetists, cardiologists and respiratory specialists.
Commentaries: Short, opinionated articles written by sub-specialists for the general intensivist.
Reviews: Comprehensive descriptions of any aspect of health care relevant to the journal's scope.
Reports: Providing comprehensive coverage of recent advances in the intensive care arena.
Research: High quality, Open Access, peer-reviewed research into all aspects of clinical intensive and critical care.
BioMed Central is proud to announce the launch of Peoples Archive, the pioneering video archive that offers the chance to see and hear the world's greatest scientists talk at length and in depth about their life and work.
Subscriptions are available from May 24th at an introductory rate of just $100 (£60 or €85) for 1-3 concurrent users. More details plus price quotes for larger usage are available from your sales representative.
This unique resource contains over 2000 stories from a growing number of great biologists, physicists, chemists and mathematicians, including Noble Prize-winners such as Sydney Brenner, Hans Bethe, and Murray Gell-Man.
The website is easy to navigate and includes features such as:
• Intelligent titles that divide up the stories into manageable episodes that can be viewed chronologically for easy browsing.
• The option to search for stories on any subject throughout the archive.
• Links to outside sources of interest plus updated information on lectures and publications.
• Full bibliographies for each speaker, with direct links to Amazon.
• Word-accurate transcripts to allow for accurate quotation.
• Updated information about conferences, seminars, new papers and related events.
Comprising over 100 hours of screen time Peoples Archive provides scientists, students and historians of science with the opportunity to see and hear some of the greatest figures in science talk about their life and work, as they remember it.
We have created new flyers to help our advocates promote our journals in various subject specialities. Each flyer includes several journals in a particular subject area and includes the journals' branding, website addresses, scopes and lists of Editorial Board members. Please visit our advocacy website to download the new promotional leaflets.
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