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CTSNet Launches New Site
CTSNet is pleased to announce the launch of its brand new website. CTSNet.org has been successfully migrated to a new content management system, which will provide an excellent foundation for the future enhancement of CTSNet as a vital electronic resource for the worldwide cardiothoracic surgery community.
One of the many benefits of the new CTSNet.org platform is the ability to provide highly visible, clickable content labels, so that CTSNet visitors can now readily expose related material on the site. The new site also automatically reflects the most popular site content in conveniently located blocks, and enables the simple updating of CTSNet individual profile pages. In the open spirit of the web, restrictions on the viewing of individual profile pages have been removed, but to protect the privacy of CTSNet contacts, a site visitor must be signed in to view the e-mail address on any profile page. As part of the migration to the new content management system, CTSNet is now hosting the vast majority of the site's video content on YouTube, which means that videos can now be viewed easily on all manner of desktop and mobile devices. All of the above enhancements are just the beginning of numerous planned improvements to CTSNet.org.
Edit Your Profile and Submit Content
You can help build the value of CTSNet, while simultaneously ensuring that your most current information is prominently published on the web, by updating your CTSNet individual profile page. Treat your profile page as your online business card or personal website and keep it up to date! You can also assist in expanding the rich archive of cardiothoracic surgery resources on CTSNet by submitting new content. CTSNet has now developed a completely electronic submission process to make the content submission process much more convenient.
Rich Archive of Material Migrated
The new site, of course, incorporates all the traditionally most popular areas of CTSNet.org, including:
- Cardiothoracic Surgery Techniques
- Surgical Videos
- The CTSNet Journal and News Scan
- Gateways to the foremost specialty journals
Please explore the site and let us know what you think!