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From the July Issue (full table of contents on PubMed Central)
A personalized approach to deliver health care information to diabetic patients in community care clinics
Taneya Y. Koonce, Nunzia B. Giuse, Sheila V. Kusnoor, Suzanne Hurley, Fei Ye
Starting the data conversation: informing data services at an academic health sciences library
Kevin B. Read, Alisa Surkis, Catherine Larson, Aileen McCrillis, Alice Graff, Joey Nicholson, Juanchan Xu
Retraction policies of top scientific journals ranked by impact factor
David B. Resnik, Elizabeth Wager, Grace E. Kissling
Analysis of reference sources used in drug-related Wikipedia articles
Laura Koppen, Jennifer Phillips, Renee Papageorgiou
An extensible and successful method of identifying collaborators for National Library of Medicine informationist projects
Jeff D. Williams, Neil H. Rambo
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