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1/1/2000

Women's Health Web Sites Run the Gamut

Katherine M. Bennett

Trying to keep up with Web sites devoted to patient health can be a daunting task. To help you begin the navigation process, ASHP News & Views will provide tips on professional and consumer sites devoted to a variety of patient populations. Below is a quick compilation of some helpful women's health sites:

  • www.acog.org (American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists [ACOG])—A professional site that contains a non-member portion with patient information materials.  
  • www.women.americanheart.org/physicians (American Heart Association)—A site dedicated in large part to consumer education with abstracts on articles appearing in the association's scientific journal (subscribers can access full-text versions).  
  • www.ama-assn.org/women (American Medical Association)—The Journal of the American Medical Association's Women's Health Information Center includes daily news items and an index of full-text articles from JAMA and the association's specialty journals.  
  • www.4woman.org (National Women's Health Information Center)—Associated with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office on Women's Health, this site provides a large amount of consumer information, including news updates, an index of frequently asked questions, and links to other women's health sites.