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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

Papers from the April Issue (full table of contents on PubMed Central)

Case Studies

Flipping the classroom to teach systematic reviews: the development of a continuing education course for librarians
Marisa L. Conte, Mark P. MacEachern, Nandita S. Mani, Whitney A. Townsend, Judith E. Smith, Chase Masters, Caitlin Kelley

Susan A. Murphy, Catherine Boden
 
Lessons learned from ten years of distance learning outreach
Craig Locatis, Cynthia Gaines, Wei-Li Liu, Michael Gill, Michael Ackerman
 

Harnessing health information to foster disadvantaged teens' community engagement, leadership skills, and career plans: a qualitative evaluation of the Teen Health Leadership Program
Alla Keselman, Einas A. Ahmed, Deborah C. Williamson, Janice E. Kelly, Gale A. Dutcher

Research Reports

Health sciences librarians, patient contact, and secondary traumatic stress
Rachel W. Becker, Aileen McCrillis

Librarian readiness for research partnerships
Emily S. Mazure, Kristine M. Alpi

 

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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 

JMLA Editorial Board

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