Information for JMLA Authors and Reviewers
The JMLA welcomes original manuscripts that seek to improve the practice of health sciences librarianship or information provision in health or biological sciences, or that articulate developments and the history of the profession and related fields. The JMLA also welcomes manuscripts that extend the knowledgebase through research in the organization, delivery, use, and impact of information on health care, biomedical research, and health professionals' education.
- JMLA Author Guidelines (Revised September 2016)
- Copyright and Disclosure Agreement (save to your computer to enable electronic signature)
- MLA Style Manual
- How to Convert an Oral Presentation to a Manuscript for Publication (PDF)
- How to Write for and Submit to the Virtual Projects Column (PDF)
- How to Write a Resource Review for the Journal of the Medical Library Association (PDF)
- JMLA Reviewer Form (PDF)
Authors own copyright of their articles appearing in the Journal of the Medical Library Association since 2003. MLA holds copyright prior to 2003. Readers may copy articles without permission of the copyright owner(s), as long as the author and the Medical Library Association are acknowledged in the copy and the copy is used for educational, not-for-profit purposes. For any other use of articles, please contact the copyright owner.