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Many APA members may not realize that the news that comes to them every two weeks in Psychiatric News is also available on the Web at <psychnews.org> or <pn.psychiatryonline.org>. While there are a number of advantages to receiving the print edition—and our research has shown that a majority of members still prefer receiving a hard copy—the online version offers many features that readers may find useful and timesaving.

For one, you'll get the news earlier—the online version of each issue is posted on the issue's date. (For example, the June 3 issue will be posted by noon on June 3.) It can take up to two weeks for most APA members to receive their copy in the mail.

Also, all the articles in each issue are linked to a central content site, with related articles identified at the end of each article. Most articles contain hyperlinks to the studies or documents they cover, making it easy for readers to access the source documents and review the material for themselves. Also, readers can sign up for RSS feeds and e-mail alerts as well as download a version of the newspaper that can be read on PDAs. And perhaps you'd like to see what your colleagues are reading—just click on "Most Read Articles" and you'll find out.

Later this year, you'll see a greatly improved, expanded, and interactive version of Psychiatric News online. Here you will find in one location all the news of relevance to you and your practice. More information about this initiative will be published in Psychiatric News. We look forward to receiving your feedback. 2_2.inline-graphic-1.gif

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