Tuesday, May 19, 2009

FDA Website in New Avtaar

FDA website is in a new avtaar. The new design of FDA website is dazzaling, easy in navigation and user friendly. Visitors to the new, improved Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Web site will find critical recall and consumer safety alerts now located right up front where they belong. Based on months of feedback from its core audience -- consumers, doctors, and the health care industry -- the FDA designed the new site to place more of the most important and popular information front and center on the home page. (www.fda.gov) One of the biggest changes is the display on the home page of current FDA news items. Reports of safety alerts and product recalls are included and updated regularly. Another high profile job of the FDA, approval of new drugs and medical devices, has also found a spot on the home page. The new site also features an archive of FDA press releases and other news items dating back to 1992. Also featured on the new FDA Web site:Information on "hot topics" such as cell phones and flu vaccines that will be updated regularly. Automated e-mail lists to which the public can subscribe. One list provides a weekly digest of FDA news (summaries of press releases, talk papers, speeches, testimony, and other new postings on the FDA Website). A "reference room" with links to Federal Register notices and background on laws and regulations enforced by FDA. Links to pages maintained by the various FDA centers responsible for regulating food, drugs, biologics, medical devices and other products. Special information for consumers, patients, women, seniors and other audiences. Information about FDA activities such as Freedom of Information, science at FDA and clinical trials. An improved search engine to provide more meaningful and useful results. The alphabetic index also has been thoroughly updated, and there is now a site map for those who find that feature a useful way to locate information. The site also enables users to report problems with products regulated by FDA and to comment on proposed regulations. The FDA also invites visitors to complete this Online User Survey.
http://usgovinfo.about.com/library/weekly/aa112300a.htm

2 comments:

  1. Very good site, brilliant write up.
    Maybe one or two thumbnails can be added.
    I think it should be promoted to front page.
    While at it, may I ask how you setup your review system?
    Thank you..

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