SafePatientProject.org offers you a simple and convenient way to stay informed of the latest consumer news, through the use of RSS feeds.
What is RSS?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication (also sometimes called Rich Site Summary or RDF Site Summary). It is a format for sharing content – such as headlines, news investigations, research reports and special announcements – from Web sites to readers. Instead of searching online or visiting several Web sites for various news headlines and updates, you can receive RSS feeds from multiple sites at once. News sites and Weblogs, or blogs, commonly use RSS feeds to capture and share information from many sites.
How do I set up a Safe Patient Project RSS feed?
Consumers, Web publishers, journalists and others who are interested in staying on top of our news and research investigations will want to set up and follow an RSS feed from this site. To do this, you will need to:
- Download and install an RSS newsreader or aggregator, such as FeedReader, Headline Viewer, or another. Here is a list of popular RSS Readers.
- Add one of our feeds to your reader. Copy any of the URL addresses below and paste it into your newsreader.
- If you click on any of the links below, it will open a page with the raw xml data, which is not intended to be read in this form. But in a newsreader, you can read continuously updated headlines from the Safe Patient Project web site.