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TheLancetStudent.com January 30, 2008

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Here is another great web 2.0 tool, but this time only for medical students. Check out www.thelancetstudent.com, a site created by medical students for medical students. Beyond the fact that it is the virtual little brother of the prestigious journal, The Lancet, it offers some great content including blog entries, podcasts, summaries of each issue of The Lancet, a reading room with free downloadable content, and a wealth of online resources!

We aim to help you get more involved in global health in a number of ways, for example, by including thought-provoking and informative messages in our daily blog, providing teaching materials in global health, summarising relevant content from the weekly issue of The Lancet especially for you, and organising votes and polls. BUT we can’t do it without your involvement.

So why not get involved in this unique project? Did you know that you can write and get your article published on thelancetstudent.com?! Your writing will not only be available on a distinguished site but you may also receive a free online subscription to thelancet.com. What are you waiting for?

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1. Y.S. - February 12, 2008

Thanks. Ill have a look at it :)

2. tomography - February 12, 2008

Do so, this is a great website!

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