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IPH Open Access Research Alerts

Two steps are required to set up a customised RSS feed or email alert system:

STEP 1: Select the open access (OA) research journal articles you wish to include in your customised feed. To do this you can either use keywords, journal titles or both. When you've done this, click the "Apply" button. You can preview the latest articles that would be included in the feed and refine your selections if you wish. Once you're happy with the selections, move to Step 2.

STEP 2: Subscribe to your custom feed using either the RSS icon or the email alert signup form provided. Click here for a good introduction to using RSS feeds.

  • Correction: Onset seasons and clinical outcomes in patients with Stanford type A acute aortic dissection: an observational retrospective study
  • Protocol for process evaluation of CIVIC randomised controlled trial: Community-based InterVentions to prevent serIous Complications following spinal cord injury in Bangladesh
  • Comparison of self-reported measures of alcohol-related dependence among young Swiss men: a study protocol for a cross-sectional controlled sample
  • Effectiveness of early assessment and intervention by interdisciplinary teams including health and social care professionals in the emergency department: protocol for a systematic review
  • Prognostic implications of left ventricular strain by speckle-tracking echocardiography in population-based studies: a systematic review protocol of the published literature
  • Defining the risk factors for acute, subacute and chronic cough: a cross-sectional study in a Finnish adult employee population
  • How do Australian women cope with pelvic girdle pain during pregnancy? A qualitative study protocol
  • Interrupted time-series analysis of the impact of generic market entry of antineoplastic products in China
  • Publication status of completed registered studies in paediatric appendicitis: a cross-sectional analysis
  • Episiotomy practice in six Palestinian hospitals: a population-based cohort study among singleton vaginal births