MMWR Launches New Web Trends, Report Metrics, Opioid Page, Free CME, Social Media, & More

By Newsroom America Feeds at 3 Nov 2017


*"MMWR" Launches New Web Trends, Report Metrics, Opioid Page, Free CME, Social Media, & More*

CDCs "MMWR" announces its newly launched, redesigned website featuring easy access to multiple public health resources.

MMWR's redesigned website

* *Opioid Reports* is a 17-year *online compilation of "MMWR" reports* that provides information on a variety of opioid-related topics, such as trends, prevalence, incidence, and prescribing practices. * FREE continuing education activities from "MMWR" and Medscape, updated monthly with new activities, focus on timely topics for health care providers. * *Find out whats trending with "MMWR"*. Must-read "MMWR" reports, based on metrics tracked since 2016, including those most cited, most viewed, and with the most attention received in social media, blogs, and other sources reflected by Altmetric scores. * *Current episodes from "MMWR"s popular podcast series* Defining Moments in "MMWR" History, A Minute of Health, and A Cup of Health, feature conversations between public health experts on timely topics. * Follow and share the latest *CDC "MMWR" social media postings*, which provide insight into trending topics in public health.

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