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     Clinical Infectious Diseases

    Clinical Infectious Diseases (CID), one of the most heavily cited journals in the fields of infectious diseases and microbiology, publishes articles on diverse topics in infectious diseases, with a focus on clinical practice. Topics include:

    • clinical descriptions of infections, public health, microbiology, and immunology,
    • the prevention of infection,
    • the evaluation of current and novel treatments, and
    • the promotion of optimal practices for diagnosis and treatment. 

    Many articles are published with commentaries by prominent researchers, and current trends and best practices are regularly covered in review articles and practice guidelines. CID also publishes numerous supplements devoted to single topics in the field.

    IDSA members: Access the current issue using your member username and password. 

    Nonmembers: Visit the Clinical Infectious Diseases website.  

    Updated journals app now available

    The latest version of the IDSA Journals app for iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad* has just been released. Current users of the app will need to update the old version by July 24, 2013 to continue to download the latest issues.

    The IDSA Journals app allows you to:

    • Browse content online and offline
    • Easily navigate journal articles, figures, and tables
    • Use the built-in search feature
    • Save the most relevant articles to your Favorites 

    And now, you can enter in your member access voucher to view subscription-only content. To get your copy, simply download/update the app from the iTunes App store, retrieve your member access voucher, and enter in the code into the app settings. See detailed instructions below. 

    * Currently, the IDSA Journals app is not available for Android devices.

    Phone, iPod Touch and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.

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