Read smarter with the all new

We’ve redesigned our website to make it easier for you to stay current with the research, opinion, and educational content published in the 12 journals of The JAMA Network. Welcome to the new, smarter

Frequently Asked Questions

  • General Questions
    • Why are the articles side-by-side?

      The side-by-side view provides readers the ability to compare multiple aspects of the scholarly article on one screen. Both panes scroll independently, so a user can read the full text directly alongside tables or figures referenced by the text.

    • Why aren't all the articles side-by-side?

      Only articles containing detailed data sets and supplemental content are presented in the new side-by-side format. Articles such as editorials and essays are presented in a wide single-column format for comfortable reading.

    • I bookmarked articles I am using for my research. Will those bookmarks still work?

      Yes, the site was built to automatically lead you to the correct pages. All of your saved links and bookmarks will still work.

  • Institutional Customers
    • My institution has a site license. What’s changing for us?

      Although the site looks different, the way your site license works will not change. IP addresses, bookmarks, alert preferences, and access are not affected by the redesign. The administrator dashboard has a new look, but your sign in information and the content is still there, including COUNTER reports. To learn more about the new URL structure, please visit https:/

    • How do I search by volume and issue? What happened to Advanced Search?

      To get to Advanced Search, enter your search term in the main search box at the top of the page. On the search results page, click Advanced Search on the top left to search by volume, issue, DOI, etc. You may also choose to bookmark to access advanced search directly.

    • Does this affect OpenAthens/Deep Links?

      Your institution’s current links to content will be redirected to the correct article pages. If you are crafting direct links into JAMA Network articles using the EduServ OpenAthens service after Oct. 6, 2016, please go to for more information.

  • Questions about CME
    • Where do I find CME activities?

      To browse CME, you can filter quizzes by specialty journal, by topic, year or US State Requirements.

    • Can I take CME on my phone?

      Yes. The new website allows optimal viewing, navigation and functionality on all devices, including phones.

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