Discussion in 'General ME/CFS Discussion' started by charles shepherd, Aug 23, 2016.
BMJ news report - using material from the press release:
AndyPR posted this earlier on the PACE Tribunal news coverage thread:
A post with the full text has just gone up in the Invest In ME group on Facebook, I believe it should be viewable even if you don't have Facebook - www.facebook.com/groups/5804522506/permalink/10153899767177507/
It's NICE to see this published in the BMJ. Note how positive the impression is of PACE if you just read what isn't behind the paywall. You have to pay to see the more negative representation that follows.
From another thread
For me, it's not locked behind a paywall!?!
This is a very useful source of information
Is it based in Russia?
Yes. It may, or may not, have a somewhat dubious legal nature in terms of providing the information that it does.
For more info https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sci-Hub
This is some of it. PM me for the full version if you cannot look it up.
If that is behind a paywall, @deleder2k , we shouldn't post it here in its entirety. I've got access to stuff on researchgate that I've subsequently taken down at the request of mods.
Better to give the BMJ masses of traffic on that particular story, @deleder2k.
And we can Facebook like it on the BMJ page, obviously if you are a FB user. Lets try to make it the most FB liked page on the BMJ!
Liked on FB and Tweeted! It's still not my first instinct to use social media... gotta get more proactive on that front!
I don't see that they've posted it to their FB page
Can I ask a dumb question. I'm on Facebook, but I can't find the BMJ page. Help!
I agree, but can anyone access it? I don't understand whether this is behind a paywall or not. I can see it, and I haven't paid a dime.
I'll delete it. If someone is having trouble reading it; PM me.
Seems to be a bit of a mix - I couldn't see it but then other people said they could - I thought things must have changed.
Just figured out that anyone accessing it from Norway is granted access since the government has paid BMJ. Perhaps that is why some are able to access it.
Sorry, to clarify, if you go to the article on the BMJ website here, http://www.bmj.com/content/354/bmj.i4614, and look towards the top on the right of the page then it is possible to do various social media things such as like on Facebook and Google+ or share via Twitter.
Beautiful . Just availed myself of a Norwegian IP and had free access to the article. Thanks for the tip
You can also try a Google Site Search
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