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RSS feeds

A RSS feed is a computer-readable file that summarises the information published on a web site. ARD feeds provide headlines, abstracts (where available) and links to new articles.

You can view RSS feeds by installing software called an 'RSS reader', 'feed reader' or 'news reader' or by using a web-based feed reader such as Bloglines, FeedZilla or My Yahoo!. If you run your own website, you can display the latest articles from this journal on your own site using our RSS feeds.

The full list of BMJ Journals RSS feeds is available as an OPML file which can be used to bulk import our RSS feed data into an RSS reader.

The following RSS feeds are available:

RSS Current issue only

RSS Recent issues

RSS Online First

RSS Most Frequently Read Articles

RSS Most Frequently Cited Articles

Section Feeds

       Brief report

       Calendar

       Editorial

       From ISCAIP

       From SAVIR

       Methodologic issues

       News and notes

       Original article

       PostScript

       Splinters and fragments

       Study protocol

       Systematic review

       WHO update

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