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iHEA is now on Feedly!

Tuesday, January 30, 2018   (0 Comments)

Keep up to Date with the Latest Health Economics Research

Best wishes for 2018 to all our members.

As a service to our members, we have set up a Feedly account to organize information on recently published health economics research that we would like to share with all interested members. This will allow you to catch up on the latest research on your phone, tablet or computer.

If you just want to use a web browser on your computer, all you have to do is go to feedly.com/iHEA and view the content on our page. Remember to bookmark our page so that you can visit it regularly to catch up with the most recently published research.

If you would like to create your own free Feedly account, which we recommend so that you can download the Feedly app and regularly read the latest health economics news on your tablet or phone, you can go to feedly.com and click on create account. Once you have created your profile, and while you are logged into your account, you can visit our Feedly homepage and click on Follow All on each category to add all of our followed journals, blogs and news to your own Feedly account or add each individually by using the + next to each journal or blogSelect the category/collection you would like to add them in and then click save. Remember to check out our profile frequently as we will be updating our Feedly account on a regular basis to include feeds from a wider range of journals, particularly generalist economics and medical journals, and to add other news and blog feeds. You can also add other RSS feeds to your account.

If you have any questions, or any suggestions on how to improve the iHEA Feedly page, please reach out to jobs@healtheconomics.org


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