Friday FAQs on O&G
Answers to frequently asked questions provided by the Obstetrics & Gynecology editorial staff.

Friday, March 14, 2014

What Is the Green Journal “eTOC”?
Raquel Christie, Editorial Assistant
Raquel Christie, Editorial Assistant
 
Want to be one of the first to experience Obstetrics & Gynecology’s latest research, case reports, and commentary? Sign up for our electronic table of contents (eTOC)!
 
To get started, simply visit our home page at www.greenjournal.org and click on the white “eTOC” link in the upper right-hand corner.  A pop-up box will appear, asking you to enter your email address. Type in the address to which you’d like your eTOC delivered, click “Continue,” and you’re done!
 

      
Signing up for the eTOC isn’t just really easy – it also has a lot of benefits. Once a month, right after the issue goes live, you’ll get the eTOC e-mail containing a full listing of new articles, complete with direct links to each one. The eTOC also features direct links to the free Editors’ Picks articles for the month and to Editor-in-Chief Dr. Nancy Chescheir’s latest podcast discussion, as well as links to our social media accounts on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn, and a reminder to download the latest issue on your iPad.
 
The eTOC is a convenient way to browse the latest Obstetrics & Gynecology content while it’s fresh off the press. Stop by www.greenjournal.org today to get started!