By Don Johnson, Myles Clough
This article makes a speciality of the web wishes of orthopaedic surgeons. It educates them on the right way to use the net of their day by day perform. themes coated extensive comprise: easy accessibility to the net, the background of the net, terminology, and software program, se's, e mail, CME, browsers, mailing lists, clinical informatics, and developing websites. an in depth checklist of annotated orthopaedic-specific websites also are incorporated. The accompanying CD-ROM presents fast entry to all of those websites. This exact compilation of orthopaedic-specific details varieties a useful source for each orthopaedic doctor wishing to make potent and effective use of the web in his/her perform.
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Most Web sites are constructed as a hierarchy of interrelated pages connected by links. Typically, there will be a home page from which you can navigate to the parts of the site that interest you. 3), showing navigation aids that can be used to send the user to dozens of different places in the Web site. They are subdivided into categories as can be seen from the tabs along the top, bottom, and side. Medical Education contains online CME courses, case presentations, library resources including AAOS journals and links to other published material, online evaluation programs, information about the annual meeting, the calendar of AAOS CME courses, and a catalog of AAOS educational resources such as videotapes and CD-ROMs.
In the paper IT system the process of submitting a piece of scholarship, 16 1. The Basics having it edited and reviewed, then having the printing set up and the eventual publication distributed could take months or years. On the Internet it would take only minutes to transform a document into a Web page and post it. If one paid a lot of attention to issues of style and presentation, it might take a week. In essence all the time is taken up in preparation, editing, and reviewing the work; publication and distribution take no time.
The easiest way to understand this is to start with a simple text file and build it into a Web page using HTML. ” This is exactly what the text file would contain and all it would contain. The basic idea of HTML is quite easy. Dotted around in the text are opening and closing “tags” that are denoted by being enclosed in ͗ ͘. The opening tag is in the form ͗html͘ and the closing tag is in the form ͗/html͘. Everything between these two tags is then affected in some way. An HTML file always opens with the ͗html͘ tag to indicate that the file is an HTML file.
The Internet for Orthopaedists by Don Johnson, Myles Clough