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Psychiatric Services 2000; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.51.7.855
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Psychiatric Services offers a monthly listing of mental-health-related Web sites and other sites of interest. The list changes monthly as new sites are identified and existing sites add new features. We'd like maintaining the list to be an interactive process, so tell us about your favorite sites or what you'd like to be able to find on the Web. You can reach us by e-mail at psjournal@psych.org.

American Medical Student Association—www.amsa.org This independent organization provides medical students opportunities to participate in organized medicine. Its Web site offers news, information about participating on listserves and committees, information on member benefits and association events, and a listing of employment opportunities.

American Medical Women's Association—www.amwa-doc.org The home page summarizes recent news of interest to female medical professionals. Elsewhere are sections on health and information about AMWA, advocacy, and education initiatives.

Psychiatric Genetics—www.psych genetics.com This peer-reviewed journal publishes research reports on inherited factors involved in psychiatric and neurological disorders. Its Web site provides the table of contents for each issue, an author guide, and information on subscribing.

Alcohol Alerts—silk.nih.gov/silk/ niaaa1/publication/alalerts.htm This quarterly bulletin is produced by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Each issue presents important research findings on a single aspect of alcohol abuse and alcoholism.

Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) homepage—www.usdoj. gov/crt/ada/adahom1.htm New additions to this Department of Justice site include a status report on enforcing the ADA, the ADA guide for small towns, and information about city governments' problems complying with the ADA.

Intelihealth—www.intelihealth.com This consumer health site includes sections tailored for women, men, children, and older persons. The opening page offers fitness tips, current news, and information on online chats.

Children's Environmental Health Network—www.cehn.org The mission of this national multidisciplinary project is to promote a healthy environment and to protect children from environmental health hazards. The Web site provides information about the network and on children's environmental health issues and links to sources of information and resources in the field.

Traumatic Brain Injury Resource Guide—www.neuroskills.com/ The site claims to be the Web's central source of information, services, and products related to traumatic brain injury (TBI), brain injury recovery, and postacute rehabilitation. Sections on the home page include a book of the week about TBI, an animated movie of what happens during a concussion or TBI, and information and statistics about recovery.

National Center for Complementary andAlternative Medicine—altmed.od.nih.gov

The Web site of the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) includes a message from the director, Stephen E. Straus, M.D., noting that the public's dollar investment in complementary and alternative medicine has climbed well into the billions. To ensure that the investment is a wise one, NCCAM, which is part of the National Institutes of Health, conducts and supports basic and applied research and training. The Web site fulfills another NCCAM goal, to disseminate information on complementary and alternative medicine to practitioners and the public. The site offers fact sheets and a list of frequently asked questions about alternative medicine as well as a comprehensive bibliography configured as a searchable citation index, a list of funded studies, and information about using the NCCAM Clearinghouse. Researchers can download guidelines on grant applications.




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