Sunday, January 20, 2019

20 January 2019: Authors needed

This year, our goal is to increase our active authors from 85 to 200 and our Editorial Board from 15 to 40. The Editorial Board is chosen from active authors who do a great job. If interested, review out Author page at http://www.pathologyoutlines.com/authors  and email me your CV at NatPernick@gmail.com.

Thursday, January 17, 2019

17 January 2019: Subscribe to our Promotional Email

Please sign up for our promotional email. It is sent occasionally, not more than once a week. Some include a drawing for a $50 Amazon gift card. To be eligible, you must be a current subscriber who opens the email and provide your name and institution within 1 week of the winning notice. Formerly called Commercial.  Please click here and scroll down to the bottom of the page to subscribe. You can also subscribe by entering your email in the Footer (bottom of each page).

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Wednesday, January 16, 2019

16 January 2019: Textbook Updates

We have posted updated reviews of the following topics:

16 January 2019: Promotional Email Gift Card Drawing Winner


Congratulations to Dr. Thuy Linh Penedo from Baptist Hospital, Jacksonville, Florida, for winning our Promotional email contest in December. We sent her a $50 Amazon gift card. To subscribe to our Promotional email, please click here and scroll down.


15 January 2019: Statistics for topics and chapters

We now provide statistics for individual topics and chapter pages. The topic statistics are pulled every 24 hours and saved in a database. For each chapter, we pull the statistics for the main chapter page plus all topics associated with that chapter (from the database), which is why the numbers are so large. This shows advertisers the reach of their ads at the top or side of the chapter.

Thursday, January 10, 2019

10 January 2019: Find Pathology Information Fast

There are 3 major ways to find information on our website. First, use the search box in the Header in the upper right. It initially lists any topics containing your search terms. Second, scroll down and click on the appropriate textbook chapter, then review the Tables of Contents for that chapter and click on the appropriate topic. Most chapters have a table of contents organized similar to a textbook followed by an alphabetical list of topics. Third, some users go to Google or their favorite search engine, then type the search term followed by PathologyOutlines.com.