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2.  Food and Drug Administration Electronic Bulletin Board 
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is using an electronic bulletin board (EBB) to provide health alert information of interest to health professional groups and to consumers. The bulletin board makes it possible to distribute time-sensitive information as soon as it is issued by the Agency, thus promoting rapid dissemination to those who need to know of such FDA actions.
PMCID: PMC2578637
3.  Use of computer network bulletin board systems by disabled persons. 
Computer-based electronic support groups are being used by persons facing physical and emotional challenges. Twenty-six users of disability-related electronic support groups responded to a survey designed to determine computer network use and benefits users gain through their network use. The survey included questions about network use for general communication and support, enhancement of communication ability, attainment of knowledge on specific topics, and employment enhancement. Statistically significant results were obtained concerning the perceived benefits of emotional support and communication in relation to network use. Only a small number (n = 9) reported use of the network for employment purposes. These results demonstrate the feasibility of using networks to provide information, services, assistance, and support for disabled and their care providers.
PMCID: PMC2248003  PMID: 1482858
5.  Operating a Computer Bulletin Board System for Psychiatrists and Psychologists 
A computer Bulletin Board System (BBS) provides messaging and file transfer functions for a professional organization. It allows ready access to clinical computer programs at minimal cost. Ways to encourage development of public domain clinical software and its distribution through BBSs are discussed.
PMCID: PMC2245188
20.  British medical bulletin 
The Eugenics Review  1962;53(4):221.
PMCID: PMC2973085

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