The Journal of the Medical Library Association
The Journal of the Medical Library Association (JMLA) is the premier journal in health sciences librarianship. JMLA is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal that advances the practice and research knowledgebase of health sciences librarianship. Visit PubMed Central to read current and past issues, or subscribe to print.
For Authors and Reviewers
The JMLA publishes full-length research papers, case studies, research reports, and other articles related to health sciences librarianship. We encourage submissions from all individuals involved in the profession. You can submit an article through our online submission system.
From the October Issue (full table of contents on PubMed Central)
- Impact of librarians on reporting of the literature searching component of pediatric systematic reviews
Deborah Meert, Nazi Torabi, John Costella
- Mapping the literature of pediatric nursing: update and implications for library services
Carol L. Watwood
Surveys and Studies
- Increasing number of databases searched in systematic reviews and meta-analyses between 1994 and 2014
Michael T. Lam, Mary McDiarmid
- Evaluation of resources for analyzing drug interactions
Risha I. Patel, Robert D. Beckett
- A journal cancellation survey and resulting impact on interlibrary loan
Jacob L. Nash, Karen R. McElfresh
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JMLA Preprints: Stay ahead of the curve by reading upcoming articles from the next issue of JMLA (articles are not in their final form).
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