Thursday, September 10, 2009


Academic blogs have been commenting that University administrations have been worse than usually useless in telling us how to deal with H1N1 outbreaks. Eli has come across what, to him, appears to be a useful site, hosted by EBSCO, you know the folk who sell your library journals at delicious prices. While not the end of civilization, there probably will be a fair amount of disruption as flu season moves into high gear. You can find the information at the EBSCO Influenza - Evidence Based Information Portal

Due to Pandemic H1N1 Influenza and concerns about the 2009/2010 flu season, the EBSCO Publishing Medical and Nursing editors of DynaMed™, Nursing Reference Center™ (NRC) and Patient Education Reference Center™ (PERC) have made key influenza information from these resources freely available to health care providers worldwide.
The editorial teams will monitor the research and update these resources continuously throughout the upcoming flu season.
UPDATE: Link fixed. Nick Stokes suggests Effect Measure for information about H1N1



Nick Stokes said...

Eli, your EBSCO link doesn't work. On H1N1 I've benefitted from (and enjoyed) reading revere's Effect Measure.

EliRabett said...

Fixed. Thanks for the additional info