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Ongoing electronic conference is available for general practitioners

BMJ 1995; 311 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.311.7003.512c (Published 19 August 1995) Cite this as: BMJ 1995;311:512
  1. Ian Purves,
  2. Michael Bainbridge,
  3. Ian Trimble
  1. General practitioner Applied Intellect, Castle Donington, Derby DE7 2NS email: mikebain@phcsg.demon.co.uk
  2. General practitioner Sherwood Health Centre, Nottingham NG5 4AD email: trims@sherwood.demon.co.uk

    EDITOR,--The importance of the Internet has already been recognised in public health,1 and Coiera points to the potential of the Internet as an enormous information resource, to which the BMJ now contributes.2 Tony Delamothe suggests that the BMJs presence on the Internet may also change the one to many relationship that the journal has with its readers.3 As well as reading web pages, “net surfers” with shared interests can correspond by joining a listserver, …

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