Preset ‘Channels’ of Articles Tagged and Sorted by Subspecialty Save Users Time
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (LWW) today announced the launch of Pathology Network ( www.pathnetwork.com), a single source solution that provides pathologists quick access to all the current articles from the complete line of LWW pathology journals, including the American Journal of Surgical Pathology. Featuring an innovative user interface loaded with personalization features, Pathology Network aggregates, tags, and sorts articles from contributing journals into subspecialty channels, giving pathologists a quick, complete view into the published literature specific to their practice needs.
“The LWW Pathology Network is an exciting new offering that gives medical professionals immediate access to the most relevant and up-to-date full text content specific to what they do in their own practice every day,” said Karen Abramson, President and CEO of Wolters Kluwer Health Medical Research. “With Pathology Network, a subscriber can quickly and easily get online access to articles from LWW’s collection of leading pathology journals, based on what specialty content they need, how and when they like to access that content.”
Pathology Network offers the only online destination for pathologists to access a complete list of journal content from multiple resources in one convenient destination, with a variety of features, and personalization tools that allow the user to:
- retrieve full article content including figures and illustrations
- manage topical channels by adding or removing from their user homepage
- view recommended featured articles and image of the month
- keep up-to-date with content highlights and postings through the eNewsletter
- access content archives
In addition, Dr. Stacey Mills, Editor-in-Chief of the Pathology Network, guides users to “must read” Featured Articles and, with his frequently updated Blog, provides insight into the latest developments in pathology worldwide. Powerful personalization tools like My Network, Create Your Own Channel, and Saved Searches, allows users to customize their Pathology Network access to focus on the content that matters most to them.
According to Dr. Mills, “With Pathology Network, we’re providing an innovative new concept for practicing pathologists to quickly and easily get access to critical articles and illustrations across subspecialties in one complete pathology knowledgebase— allowing them to focus on what is most important in their work.”
To support the roll out of this new resource, current individual print subscribers of LWW-published pathology journals and non-subscribers alike are eligible for a free trial. For more information and a free trial subscription, visit
For a complete list of LWW pathology journals, click here: LWW Pathology Journal List.
About Pathology Network
Pathology Network ( www.PathNetwork.com) is an unparalleled, reliable online pathology journal resource, providing current, full-text content from the complete line of LWW pathology journals and includes the American Journal of Surgical Pathology. Pathologists can personally prioritize the content by clearly defined sub-specialty areas, key topics of interest, and special techniques with content refreshed as it publishes in real-time. A well-respected and trusted Web Editor, Stacey E. Mills, MD, lends a holistic view of the broad field of pathology and personally selects must-read “Featured Articles” biweekly. A free, biweekly eNewsletter, which provides the latest updates on the content published on the Pathology Network, and a free Blog updated weekly―highlighting key developments and providing insightful commentary relevant to the practicing pathologist―complement the journal article and personalized delivery offerings.
About Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (LWW) is a leading international publisher for healthcare professionals and students with nearly 300 periodicals and 1,500 books in more than 100 disciplines publishing under the LWW brand, as well as content-based sites and online corporate and customer services.
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