Subject: American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry
Date: Sun, 9 May 1999 22:10:33 -0400 (EDT)
American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry
The American Psychiatric Publishing Group is pleased to
announce that the following journal is now online:
The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry
All issues of the journal are available from a single URL:
or for readers in many countries outside North America, at
The online journal contains the full content of each
issue, including all figures and tables. In addition, the
full text is searchable by keyword, and the cited
references include hyperlinks to Medline and to the full
text of many other online journals.
Online full-text content begins with the 1997 or 1998
issues depending on the journal, and will expand with each
month's new issues. Abstracts and tables of contents are
available beginning for many earlier years, some
beginning as early as 1965 issues.
Each issue will be placed online approximately on the
date it is mailed to subscribers, so the online site may be
days or even weeks ahead of your receipt of a paper copy.
In addition, the table of contents of the upcoming issues
will regularly be placed online, as a "future table of
Readers can register to receive an email "eTOC", alerting
them to the contents of each new issue as it is placed
online, and of future tables of contents when those are
placed online. You can register for the eTOC service from
any table of contents page you view online.
The Web site also provides access to information about the
journal (such as Instructions to Authors, and subscription
information), as well as access to other services.
The sites are free and available to all on the Internet
until summer 1999. Thereafter, access will be
by institutional site license, which comes with each
institutional subscription, or by personal subscription
which comes with each print subscription.
We very much encourage you, on your first visit to the
site, to "sign the guestbook." This will take only a minute
or two, and will give us helpful information about who the
online readers are, and how they are connecting to us. In
addition, we would appreciate comments, critiques,
questions, or suggestions from you; these can be sent via
the Feedback button found on all pages of the site.
Feedback from readers will help us decide what new
features would be most valuable for the site, and how well
it is working for its readers.
The journal Psychiatric Services will be online in the next
The sites are being produced in conjunction with Stanford
University's HighWire Press, which also works with other
medical/research journals, such as Science Magazine, the
British Medical Journal, and Proceedings of the National
Academy of Sciences. A list of online journals and URLs is
(Please bring this message to the attention of colleagues
who may be interested in psychiatry journals.)
Ronald E. McMillen, Director of Publishing,
American Psychiatric Publishing Group
John Sack, Director, HighWire Press,