For those new to the World Wide Web, here are some possible starting points.
Yahoo has a comprehensive directory by category of popular web sites. Of special interest is the list of Web beginner's guides.
The World Wide Web FAQ contains an overview of how the World Wide Web works.
Finally, here are some sites that may be of interest to health-care workers in the developing world:
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides public health information for care providers and consumers, access to U.S. health statistics and documents such as MMWR and AIDS Daily Summaries:
For international public health information: World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland (WHO)
BMJ Publishing Group provides access to the BMJ and Student BMJ, information on conferences, books, and other items of health-related interest.
The British Medical Journal
The New England Journal of Medicine
American Public Health Association (APHA)
Appropriate Health Resources and Technologies Action Group (AHRTAG)
Pan American Health Organization (PAHO)
Harvard Medical School
Harvard School of Public Health
Johns Hopkins School of Public Health Funding Opportunities The Third World Academy of Sciences
Doctor's Guide to Medical Conferences & Meetings
Johns Hopkins School of Public Health Internet Resources provides a list of many public-health related resources (organizations, associations, schools of Public Health, and more) on the Internet.
SatelLife has its own home page describing its ongoing international projects.
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