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Hypothesis Spring Issue Available

Spring is here and Hypothesis is publishing its first issue of the year! We thank everyone involved for their dedication and hard work in support of publishing this timely research.

We happily announce the publication of Vol. 36, No. 1 of Hypothesis: research journal for health information professionals.

The new issue comprises:

  • A Research Article on public health in the news, by Miriam Ramirez et al.
  • Part Three of Data Bytes an introduction to statistics, by Caitlin Bakker.
  • Voices of Experience submission titled, “Case-based EBM instruction for Osteopathic Medical Students: A Case Report.”
  • A Brief Report by Gwen Geiger Wolfe, et al.

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The issue is available on our website.

With appreciation,

Editorial Team

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