MCW Authors RSS Feeds
The MCW Authors RSS Feeds provide updates of newly published articles added to the listed databases by individuals on the Milwaukee Regional Medical Center campus. Every attempt was made to include all authors; however this list is not exhaustive due to the limitations of the databases and the RSS technology.
*Database provided by Medical College of Wisconsin Libraries
What is RSS?
RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication." RSS allows web sites to distribute their updated content (articles, table of contents, news, blog entries), often referred to as feeds. This technology allows you to subscribe to feeds of news stories, e-journals, blogs and other Web sites without visiting each individual Web site.
How to use RSS?
To take advantage of RSS feeds, you will need an aggregator or a newsreader to compile all your feeds so that you can read new items. There are many different readers available, many of which are free of charge. RSS readers are often included with newer Internet browser software and e-mail programs. The Libraries have created a news story with some information on various RSS feed reader options.
Where to find feeds?
Simply look for the RSS icon on a Web site and subscribe. Many online journals and most online newspapers have feeds, as do numerous websites. Many databases also allow users to set up RSS feeds for new search results. For additional RSS feeds, please visit the MCW Libraries Medical RSS Feeds guide.