|Over the past year, I have received
messages from many people asking me when I was going to update this site,
and I think I have responded to everyone individually. For those
of you who have not yet asked, I'm not.
In the fall of 1998, the USUHS Learning Resource Center staff contacted me and expressed interest in incorporating these pages into their website. I readily concurred and provided them with all of my html files.
Since that time, I have made no attempt to keep this site current, however I have left it on-line as I know from the messages I receive that some of you use it--especially the Unofficial Joint Medical Officers' Handbook-- frequently.
I don't know if the USUHS LRC staff has posted my files and links within its remote services website, you'll have to check with them to find out. If you'd like to contact the USUHS LRC, its homepage is at http://lrcgwf.usuf2.usuhs.mil/.
I also don't know if USUHS has updated the Unofficial Joint Medical Officers' Handbook since November 1998. I have not, and I do not currently intend to do so. Also, I have given away all of the printed editions that I had. The handbooks used to be available from the Department of Military and Emergency Medicine (MIM), but I don't know if they still provide copies. If you'd like to contact MIM, its homepage is at http://www.usuhs.mil/mim/mim.html.
Thanks to everyone who has sent me kind words about this site. I never imagined that it would get nearly 300 hits each month. I hope this means that you've found it useful.
Kurt A. Sanftleben, Ed.D.
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