On the [New England Journal Of Medicine] beta site, we pursue new ideas in publishing and showcase innovative ways to present information for use in medical education, research, and clinical practice.
New Projects List / Current Beta Projects For You To Test
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Drag and Drop Images to Create a PowerPoint Slideshow
Search NEJM Online for medical images, then drag and drop to create a PowerPoint slide set you can save to your desktop.
A way of viewing journal articles in tabs.
Beta Graduates List
Tested And Approved Projects Now Live On NEJM.org
NEJM Audio Summary With Slides
Test this option for listening to NEJM's Weekly Audio Summary accompanied by slides
A Closer Look At Online Images
Test an option for viewing figures in context
Listen To Clinical Practice Articles
Listen to the complete text of selected Clinical Practice articles, FREE for a limited time on the beta Web site
NEJM Full-Screen Video Player
Try viewing our popular NEJM Videos in Clinical Medicine in a new full-screen player
Audio Interview Feed With Article PDF
The NEJM Audio Interview podcast feed now features downloadable PDFs of each article
New Search Interface And Engine
Experience a search that reflects community opinion
Most Popular At NEJM.org
Lists of what users are downloading and e-mailing, what the press is covering, what blogs are talking about, and what researchers are citing
New PowerPoint-Compatible Slide Sets
Review Articles, Clinical Practice, and Case Records of the MGH
Image Of The Week RSS Feed
Get the latest e-only Images in Clinical Medicine via RSS
View NEJM on your handheld
1. What is the NEJM beta Web site?
beta.nejm.org is the place to see the ideas for new features that are brewing at the New England Journal of Medicine Online. On the beta site we will be experimenting with presentations of articles, images, audio, and video.
2. Why did NEJM start the beta site?
We are always coming up with new features to try that might not be ready for prime time at NEJM Online. Putting our new ideas onto beta.nejm.org will let us see which ones meet a need and which don’t.
3. What can I do on beta?
Check out what we are working on in the lab and see what has recently made it to NEJM.org. Polls and surveys are available so you can tell us what you like (and what you don’t like). Please come back frequently to find out what is new.
4. What will happen to these experiments over time?