EHP Site Announcement
11 August 2016
New EHP Homepage
EHP has launched an updated homepage! This bold, new look will give readers new ways to find our content, and will allow our Editors to highlight important articles that our audience needs to be aware of.
Instead of the traditional Table of Contents, new and noteworthy content will now be featured on the homepage in various categories: News, Research, Children’s Health, and Advance Publications. This category approach will allow the homepage to be updated more frequently, so that EHP can surface relevant content from our current and back catalogs as interest changes.
But fear not! If you prefer to view the Table of Contents from the current issue, you can reach that at any time by clicking on the new Current Issue button located on the left of the navigation bar. This one-touch access is available throughout the site, so no matter where you are on ehponline.org, the current issue is just a click away.
We hope you enjoy our updated look. And if you have any feedback on the design, we’d love to hear from you. Just visit the Contact EHP page to drop us a line.
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