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What's on Cyberounds®?

What's New

Look here for a quick list of this month's original conferences and recent news articles.


Send us your comments, suggestions and questions.

How do I find things on Cyberounds®?

Cyberounds® is easy to navigate. Mac users must have either Firefox 2+, Internet Explorer 5+ or comparable. PC users must have either Firefox, Internet Explorer 6+ or comparable. JavaScript and cookies need to be enabled as well. To read the conferences and write questions and comments, you'll have to register. You can get a taste of Cyberounds® by checking out the Moderator's Bios

If you want to confer with a moderator privately, suggest a topic or issue for a future conference, or make a comment, send an email to and we will forward it to the moderator. Moderators will respond to as many questions and comments as they can before the conference is archived. Keep in mind too, that for liability reasons, moderators will discuss only hypothetical patients.

What do I do if I am a first-time user?

First-time users must register. This one-time registration process will take approximately 7 minutes and will help Cyberounds® offer conferences and other interactive programming which are particularly suited to our member-subscribers. During the registration process, you will be asked to choose a username and password, which will give you unlimited access to all areas of the site.

If I'm not registered, can I enter this site?

If you are not registered, you will not have a username and password and therefore your access to the site will be limited. There are several areas of the Cyberounds® site which are not password protected. These areas include:
Moderator's Bios
What's New

Do you offer CME?

Yes, we have a fully accredited online program through Albert Einstein College of Medicine.


How can I best view this site?

Any modern standards-compliant browser can be used with Cyberounds®

Is it possible to get a temporary password?

Temporary passwords can be made available to individuals or organizations. Email your request for a limited password to:

Are there membership fees?

Cyberounds® is free. However, if you wish to participate in online CME, there is a $125 fee for 50 credits or a one-year membership, whichever comes first.

How do I post a comment or ask a question in the conferences?

You can only post questions to the moderators if you are registered with valid username and password. The Discuss form for each Cyberounds® is accessible via the Discuss button at the end of each Cyberounds®. To read comments by other members, click on the highlighted message. To post a new question, click on the 'New Post' link. Members can also send questions privately to moderators.

Whom do I contact about advertising?

Because we are an accredited CME site, we are primarily supported by unrestricted educational grants. In a few areas of the site, however, we can accept advertising. For information concerning advertising on Cyberounds®, email our sales staff at

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Cyberounds employs cookie technology to allow members to move more quickly through our site. Cookies are small text files a website can use to recognize repeat users and facilitate the user's ongoing access to and use of the site. For example, cookies allow one to use the Discussion area functions. Generally, cookies work by assigning a unique number to the user that has no meaning outside the assigning site. They do not pose a threat to a user's files. If a member does not want information collected through the use of cookies, there is a simple procedure in most browsers that allows the user to deny or accept the cookie feature. Members who do not wish to use cookies may choose a special link from the login page.

Members who do use cookies may choose 'Remember my login information' on the login screen. This means that a member using the same computer will not have to login again for a period of one year. Without this option the user will be able to enter the members' areas without logging in again only until the browser exits.