As part of our current planning for the future of the AHA publications program, we are assessing different options for print and electronic publishing. For instance, some members have indicated that for environmental reasons they would prefer to receive AHA publications electronically rather than on paper. To help us weigh the potential cost implications of these changes, we are asking AHA members (and nonmembers as well) to answer a very brief survey about their preferences between print and electronic access to AHA publications. This is a very short survey (only six questions), so we ask you to please respond at your earliest convenience.
This post first appeared on AHA Today.
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