We’re very pleased to announce the re-launch of the Ketamine Advocacy Network website. The new site represents a complete redesign from the ground up. We’ve invested hundreds of hours over 2.5 years gathering info from ketamine patients, clinicians, and researchers, and have custom-developed this site to present it in an effective way. We think you’ll like what it has to offer. Here are some highlights:
- A vastly improved user experience
- Many pages of brand new content
- An entire section to help you learn about the treatment in detail, some of the choices you’ll face, and how to manage your expectations
- A database of hundreds of published studies on ketamine and related topics
- A database of hundreds of media articles about ketamine
- An improved directory and map of ketamine doctors (listings will be updated this week)
- An improved FAQ
That’s plenty, but we’re not done improving the site yet. There are still more additions and improvements coming over the next few weeks.
There are just a couple of things you should know before you dive in:
- The discussion forums have been preserved. All the threads from the old site are still there.
- To log on or register so you can post in the discussion forums, use the links in the upper left corner of each page. Once you’re logged on, use the links in the upper right corner to check your messages, edit your profile, etc.
Please give us feedback! At the bottom of each page is a form for you to submit feedback on that page. We’d love to hear your suggestions and comments.
Our mission is to spread awareness of ketamine therapy and the incredible relief it can provide. We hope the new site will help spread the word so that more sufferers can consider getting the treatment, and more doctors can consider offering it.