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AFRO-NETS> Announcing MSH's new eBookstore
- Subject: AFRO-NETS> Announcing MSH's new eBookstore
- From: MSH Bookstore <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2001 14:07:58 -0500 (EST)
Announcing MSH's new eBookstore
Greetings to our health and development colleagues!
Since 1981 Management Sciences for Health has been publishing practi-
cal, experience-based publications and tools in multiple languages
for health and development professionals, managers, and policymakers.
From The Family Planning Manager's Handbook: Basic Skills and Tools
for Managing Family Planning Programs (1991), to the second edition
of Managing Drug Supply: The Selection, Procurement, Distribution,
and Use of Pharmaceuticals (1997) to our most recent book, Ensuring
Equal Access to Health Services: User Fee Systems and the Poor
(2000), our publications support MSH's mission of working to close
the gap between knowledge and action in public health.
MSH Publications is pleased to announce the launch of our new eBook-
store, where you may browse our list of tools, videos, and publica-
tions, read reviews, place an order, and track your order online. Ad-
ditional eBookstore features include subscribing to The Manager,
MSH's award-winning continuing education quarterly; getting answers
to common questions about the eBookstore; and downloading a .pdf ver-
sion of our publications catalogue in English, French, and Spanish.
Please note that MSH's publications are free of charge, except as
noted on our site, and except for orders from North America, Western
Europe, Japan, and Australia. Funds received support reprinting and
distribution of our publications in over 180 countries around the
We are happy to celebrate 20 years of bringing you publications and
tools that meet your management and organizational needs. We look
forward to serving you through our new online service.
Visit the eBookstore at:
As always, you may also reach us via e-mail at <email@example.com> or
by phone in Boston, Massachusetts at + 1-617-524-7799, x280.
Thank you for your continuing interest in our publications.
Bookstore and Distribution Manager
Management Sciences for Health
165 Allandale Road
Boston, MA 02130
Tel: +1-617-524-7799 x 280
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