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The Lancet's New Online Medical Journal Helps Clinicians and Medical Researchers Find Practice-Changing Evidence Quickly and Easily
Date:10/29/2008

ether in high, middle, or low resource settings. Scientific knowledge is truly global. We wish to dedicate The Lancet to a more healthy, sustainable, and equitable world. TheLancet.com is an important part of that vision."

Online medical journals: utilising industry-leading web technologies

Incorporating input from 100 medical students, clinicians, senior consultants, medical researchers and top academics from all over the world, TheLancet.com is built with industry-leading web technologies such as J2EE, Spring, Ajax and MarkLogic XML database functionality to create a fast and intuitive interactive online resource. TheLancet.com has been developed using best-practice Agile processes, resulting in a lean and efficient site that delivers an optimal user experience.
Performance enhancements to TheLancet.com include:

- Instantaneous loading of tables of contents and articles, with

tabulated search results that enable swift reviewing and sorting

by date, type, relevance and numbers of citations.

- New article previews from the table of contents and search results

pages, along with online-only 'Editors' Notes' that help users assess

the relevance of the full text article quickly and easily.

- One-click access to current online medical journal issues, with past

issues accessible in one view from the current issue page.

- Fully integrated RSS and social bookmarking tools, including Elsevier's

2Collab social networking tool, and with citations from the universal

Scopus article citation database to be added soon.

- E-Commerce and customer service features, including the ability to

self-edit user profiles.

Valuable editorial analyses and online multimedia content

Other site features that add value to core journal content include Editor's Choices for each journal, additional editorial analysis, 'This Week in Medicine' news, video in collabor
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