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Wolters Kluwer Health Launches Interactive Platform for Pharmacology Journal Content

Wolters Kluwer Health (www.wolterskluwerhealth.com) has launched an enhanced version of AdisOnline (http://adisonline.com), which provides a host of user-customizable features and purchasing options designed to help keep healthcare professionals better informed about drug development and therapy. AdisOnline has been enhanced to meet the changing market needs of a growing number of clinicians, researchers, and librarians seeking means to greater efficiency.

"AdisOnline's new personalization capabilities and pricing-models allow users to identify relevant information faster without having to purchase anything superfluous," says Ingrid Young, Adis marketing manager.

AdisOnline users can now access "themed article collections" of varying sizes covering topics such as Diabetes, Urology, Clinical Trial Methodology, Data Mining, Ethics, and Drug Evaluations. 

"We continue to offer subscription access to our journals and newsletters, but we also offer pay-per-view access to collections of articles drawn from titles across the Adis journal portfolio, grouped by niche areas of interest," says Young.

Relevant articles from all of the Adis journals are selected regularly by Adis editors and posted in each of the themed collection areas. Customers can access the full-text HTML and all of the rich media associated with any of the papers in each collection on a pay-per-view basis. The price per article in a collection is significantly less than the price of articles bought individually.

Source: Wolters Kluwer Health



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