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- To: email@example.com
- Subject: Evidence-Based Nursing
- From: Sue King <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 11 Feb 2003 18:42:48 EST
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Publisher response to comments on login procedure for Evidence-Based Nursing Thank you for all your comments and feedback about the current registration process for Evidence-Based Nursing (jointly published by BMJ Publishing Group Ltd and the Royal College of Nursing publishing company). I'd like to acknowledge and apologise for all the difficulties institutional users are having with EBN online. The complex login procedure was a compromise made necessary due to Highwire hosting the site and the RCN needing to have control of the subscription and registration process. It seemed an acceptable compromise at the time, but we now admit that we got it wrong and need to come up with a better solution, especially for IP authentication. We are meeting on the 17th of February to try to resolve these problems, and I will let the listserve know the outcome of this immediately, as it is likely that any solution will take at least a week or two to implement. I appreciate this is not an answer to your current access problems, but I can assure you that the issue is a priority for the publishers. Should anyone wish to provide further feedback, please do so via the listserve or contact me directly at email@example.com Thank you. Sue King, managing editor for Evidence-Based Nursing BMJ Publishing Group Ltd.