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(Journal of the Medical Library Association : JMLA[TA])
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  • Correction. [Published Erratum]
  • JMJ Med Libr Assoc 2018; 106(2):280
  • [This corrects the article on p. 74 in vol. 106, PMID: 29339936.].
  • Has Embase replaced MEDLINE since coverage expansion? [Journal Article]
  • JMJ Med Libr Assoc 2018; 106(2):227-234
  • Lam MT, De Longhi C, … Besa R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our hypothesis was refuted. Studies that used Embase but not MEDLINE did not increase post-2010. Our results suggest the academic medicine community in the United States and Canada that had access did not use Embase to replace MEDLINE, despite the Embase coverage expansion.
  • Accepting the challenge: what academic health sciences library directors do to become effective leaders. [Journal Article]
  • JMJ Med Libr Assoc 2018; 106(2):219-226
  • Fought RL, Misawa M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The study identified three main themes capturing the essence of the research participants' leadership experiences. The three themes constitute a wide array of leadership skills that are important to learn, understand, and develop to increase leadership effectiveness. Effective leadership is fundamental to obtaining long-term strategic goals and is critical to the long-term future of the libraries.
  • Environmental scan and evaluation of best practices for online systematic review resources. [Journal Article]
  • JMJ Med Libr Assoc 2018; 106(2):208-218
  • Parker RMN, Boulos LM, … Hayden J
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study revealed that resources include appropriate content but are less likely to adhere to principles of online training design and interactivity. Awareness of these resources will allow librarians to make informed recommendations for training based on patrons' needs. Future online systematic review training resources should use established best practices for e-learning to provide high-quality resources, regardless of format or user time commitment.
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