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New Eurosurveillance website coming soon

The new Eurosurveillance website is almost here.

The new Eurosurveillance website is almost here. Which is great for several reasons. It means that those who read the journal, those who have published with us and those who subscribe to Eurosurveillance via the new website will be able to profit from several new features. For example, the new website will offer social bookmarking, a more refined search, article-level metrics, a citation export feature and the opportunity to download PowerPoints for figures and tables. And for those who subscribe, there will also be the possibility of saving content searches and setting up specific alerts, including citation alerts and saved search alerts, so that you can be automatically notified when your work is cited or a paper covering a topic of particular interest is published. In other words, you will have more control over what you see and when. The new website will also look fresher, and remain both open access and free of article processing charges. The URL will stay the same: eurosurveillance.org.

IMPORTANT:

One very important thing to note is that you will need to register and re-subscribe to Eurosurveillance on the new website when it is launched to take advantage of several of these features and receive the weekly table of contents. This is because you will automatically be unsubscribed from Eurosurveillance as it exists now (and all your information will be destroyed).

So here is what you need to do:

  • Keep an eye out for an exact new-website launch date (to be announced soon)

  • Register and subscribe on the new website once it is launched (eurosurveillance.org)

  • Set up an alert to receive the weekly Eurosurveillance table of contents

  • Set up any additional alerts and preferences according to what you want to see and when

     

    We believe that you will find the new website to be more responsive to your needs and interests. And because of this, we look forward to sharing it with you very soon.

     

Stay tuned!



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