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Electronic Mailing List and Digests

A Electronic Mailing List is an interactive communication forum that takes place over e-mail. Subscribers of a Electronic Mailing List can e-mail questions and comments to the Electronic Mailing List that other subscribers can then read and respond to. In comparison, a digest is not interactive; rather, it is a collection of news articles, announcements and other information sent to digest subscribers.

From this page, you can subscribe to:

HIF-net
Stop TB Partnership Mailing List
TB WIRE E-newsletter
TB Notes Newsletter

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HIF-net at WHO
HIF-net at WHO is a Electronic Mailing List dedicated to issues of health information access in resource-poor settings. Launched in July 2000 in collaboration with WHO, the forum is moderated, focused, and text-only. The list has more than 1,200 subscribers worldwide, including health professionals, librarians, publishers, NGOs, and international agencies. More than 40% of subscribers are based in developing and emerging countries.

Sign up for HIF-net at WHO external site

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Stop TB Partnership Mailing List
The Stop TB Partnership Mailing List provides readers with regular updates including their partnership newsletter and information on upcoming events.

Sign up for Stop TB Partnership Mailing List external site.

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TB WIRE E-newsletter
This newsletter includes announcements, Washington updates, resources/trainings, selected TB reports, journal articles, grants, and job opportunities. It is published twice a month.

Sign up for TB Wire external site.

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TB Notes Newsletter
TB Notes contains news about the CDC Division of Tuberculosis Elimination’s activities and highlights from state and local TB programs across the country.

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