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The Journal of the Medical Library Association (JMLA) is MLA’s peer-reviewed scholarly journal, publishing research relevant to health information professionals. See the current issue or find out how to publish in or review for the JMLA.
Past issues can be found on PubMed Central.
MLAConnect is MLA’s online publication, featuring the latest resources, professional advice, and association news. View past articles or learn how to submit an article. Selected content from MLAConnect is also sent to members via electronic newsletter weekly.
MLA books cover topics important to medical librarians. Learn more about our books or how to submit a proposal. Purchase MLA books through our copublishers, ALA Neal-Schuman and Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group.
Bibkits and Dockits cover more specific health sciences information subjects. Current titles can be purchased in ebook or print formats from the MLA store:
- The Patient Safety Perspective: Health Information and Resources Online and In Print, PDF Version
- The Patient Safety Perspective: Health Information and Resources Online and In Print, Print Version
- Position Descriptions in Health Sciences Libraries: Traditional and Emerging Roles, PDF Version
- Position Descriptions in Health Sciences Libraries: Traditional and Emerging Roles, Print Version
Over 25 older titles are available free to MLA members as e-books.
Many of MLA’s 43 caucuses publish resources for their members or the public; visit the caucus public information pages for links. Caucuses with pubicly-accessible publications:
- Consumer and Patient Health Information Caucus (Consumer Connections newsletter)
- Research Caucus (Hypothesis, the journal of the Research Caucus)
Information for Patients and Health Consumers
When you're searching online for the health information, how can you tell which information is right? What websites should you visit for health information you can trust? For guidance, visit our area for patients and caregivers.