The Australian Prescriber web site

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Editor, – I want to let you know how impressed I am with the 'friendliness' of the Australian Prescriber web site. How refreshing to find information freely available and well cross-referenced with appropriate links. I tried to access an article in another well-known Australian medical publication recently and found that I was simply referred to the hard copy edition. Not much use when I'm at the keyboard and needing the information sooner rather than later, and the hard copy is elsewhere!

Keep up the good work. I am sure you are all constantly seeking ways to make things even better. I'm no good at dreaming up 'what should be done' when it comes to web site design and content, but, as with art, I sure know what I like!

Sherry Watson
General Practitioner
Geelong, Vic.