Miami, FL – May 2007 – The new SLS website is up and running!
Find the most thorough, user friendly, MIS research content available online.
Check Out These Exciting New Features on the SLS Website:
• New search engines powered by Google. Gathering information is now easier than ever before. One can Google Search the content rich SLS site, as well as all past issues of JSLS. (Issues are available online 3 months after publication for free, current issue available exclusively to members with password login.) “JSLS ranked in the IngentaConnect Top 100 of 10,000 titles for downloads in April 2007.”
• Laparoscopy Today is now available online. This publication includes SLS news and important information about minimally invasive surgery. The site features an innovative “category cloud” which identifies hot topics of interest based on popularity.
• Complete Textbook Online: The full text and illustrations from Prevention and Management of Laparoendoscopic Surgical Complications, 1st Edition, is available free at the website for members and nonmembers alike. With an RSS feeder installed on your PDA or cell phone you can access this textbook anywhere.
• The SLS Guide: Writing Effectively for MIS Journal Publication is online. The guide provides an overview of the steps to writing and preparing a submission worthy paper to MIS journals. It includes useful tips such as how to present your information; preparing to write; types of articles; outlining; reviewing and editing; and how to prepare abstracts.
• Online Forum provides a means of exchanging information and ideas. The current topic of discussion is hernias. Check it out to ask questions, provide feedback and read others’ comments.
• Archives and podcasts from past SLS conferences including the Annual Meeting and Endo Expo and the AsianAmerican Summits and EuroAmerican Summits.
• If that isn’t enough you can access all of the journal, meeting, forum, textbook and other important information, not only from your computer, but from your web accessible cell phone or PDA using RSS - right from OR, the patients bedside, and any location. Info when you need it, where you need it.
SLS strives to make valuable medical information available using the most convenient and practical means possible. Check out the newly designed SLS website at www.SLS.org to explore these exciting new features! MIS research has never been so easy and comprehensive.
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