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The Journal of the Medical Library Association (JMLA) is a peer-reviewed quarterly journal that seeks to advance the practice and research knowledgebase of health sciences librarianship. Join MLA today to begin receiving this premier member benefit, or subscribe to print.
MLA is seeking applications for a new JMLA editor. The term will begin June 1, with responsibility for the 2015, 2016, and 2017 issues.
Papers from the Current Issue (full table of contents on PubMed Central)
- Linking research to practice: the rise of evidence-based health sciences librarianship
Joanne Gard Marshall
- Mobile devices in medicine: a survey of how medical students, residents, and faculty use smartphones and other mobile devices to find information
Jill T. Boruff, Dale Storie
- Evaluation of best practices in the design of online evidence-based practice instructional modules
Margaret J. Foster, Suzanne Shurtz, Catherine Pepper
- Providing an information prescription in veterinary medical clinics: a pilot study
Lori R. Kogan, Regina Schoenfeld-Tacher, Lauren Gould, Ann R. Viera, Peter W. Hellyer
- An evaluation of pharmacogenomic information provided by five common drug information resources
K. T. L. Vaughan, Kelly L. Scolaro, Heidi N. Anksorus, Mary W. Roederer
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- Annual Meeting Proceedings
- JMLA Library Construction and Renovation Website
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For Authors and Reviewers
The JMLA publishes full-length research papers, case studies, research reports, and other articles related to health sciences librarianship. The JMLA encourages submissions from all individuals involved in the profession. Authors can submit articles through our online submission system.
Information for Authors and Reviewers (please note 2013 changes to submission categories)