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Re: textbooks/Nwsltrs a source? But not Harvard's

Posted by svevo1922 on December 15, 2001, at 21:02:35

In reply to Re: textbooks on meds svevo1922, posted by Elizabeth on December 15, 2001, at 19:43:19

I appreciate all the suggestions. I, too, would be interested in sources written at an intermediate level. I went to the site of one of the articles suggested by Cam, I think to Jane, and I would have a very hard time of making sense of it.

I hope that my earlier message about "I know how to surf the Web" didn't come off as impolite. It's just that I have already spent so much time sorting out the different available sources of information. I always read the official company drug monograph and it's gotten to the point that if certain side effects are reported as low, I immediately suspect them.

What about newsletters as intermediate-level sources of info? But I can't recommend the Harvard Mental Health Newsletter. I have been disappointed by its contents, which are somewhat scattershot and superficial.

Are there others that can be recommended?

I'd be interestsed to know what good "in-between" resources people have found.
> -elizabeth




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