What's Your Question?
What Is a Case Study?
When you’re performing research as part of your job or for a school assignment, you’ll probably come across case studies that help you to learn more about the topic at hand. But what is a case study and why are they helpful? Read on to learn all about case studies.
Deep Dive into a Topic
At face value, a case study is a deep dive into a topic. Case studies can be found in many fields, particularly across the social sciences and medicine. When you conduct a case study, you create a body of research based on an inquiry and related data from analysis of a group, individual or controlled research environment.
As a researcher, you can benefit from the analysis of case studies similar to inquiries you’re currently studying. Researchers often rely on case studies to answer questions that basic information and standard diagnostics cannot address.
Study a Pattern
One of the main objectives of a case study is to find a pattern that answers whatever the initial inquiry seeks to find. This might be a question about why college students are prone to certain eating habits or what mental health problems afflict house fire survivors. The researcher then collects data, either through observation or data research, and starts connecting the dots to find underlying behaviors or impacts of the sample group’s behavior.
During the study period, the researcher gathers evidence to back the observed patterns and future claims that’ll be derived from the data. Since case studies are usually presented in the professional environment, it’s not enough to simply have a theory and observational notes to back up a claim. Instead, the researcher must provide evidence to support the body of study and the resulting conclusions.
As the study progresses, the researcher develops a solid case to present to peers or a governing body. Case study presentation is important because it legitimizes the body of research and opens the findings to a broader analysis that may end up drawing a conclusion that’s more true to the data than what one or two researchers might establish. The presentation might be formal or casual, depending on the case study itself.
Once the body of research is established, it’s time to draw conclusions from the case study. As with all social sciences studies, conclusions from one researcher shouldn’t necessarily be taken as gospel, but they’re helpful for advancing the body of knowledge in a given field. For that purpose, they’re an invaluable way of gathering new material and presenting ideas that others in the field can learn from and expand upon.
MORE FROM QUESTIONSANSWERED.NET
An official website of the United States government
The .gov means it’s official. Federal government websites often end in .gov or .mil. Before sharing sensitive information, make sure you’re on a federal government site.
The site is secure. The https:// ensures that you are connecting to the official website and that any information you provide is encrypted and transmitted securely.
- Account settings
- Advanced Search
- Journal List
- J Med Libr Assoc
- v.105(2); 2017 Apr
Publishing case studies in health sciences librarianship
While most issues of the Journal of the Medical Library Association (JMLA) contain one or two case studies, the JMLA editorial team is pleased to note that the current issue contains six case studies, highlighting a wide range of library-driven initiatives to support health sciences research and education. Briefly, Surkis et al. [ 1 ], Read et al. [ 2 ], and Brandenburg and Garcia-Milian [ 3 ] detail efforts to strengthen the research data management and analysis capabilities of biomedical researchers. von Isenburg et al. [ 4 ] describe a writing boot camp aimed at helping health professionals prepare their work for scholarly publication. Also, Marshall and Hobbs [ 5 ] narrate the creation of an online digital collection of hospital historical materials, and Mages and Lohr [ 6 ] discuss the use of a controversial archival text to enhance the education of medical students.
This unusually large number of case studies published in a single issue of the JMLA provides us an opportunity to remind readers of the value of case studies to health sciences librarianship and to offer advice to authors on how to write a strong case study.
THE VALUE OF CASE STUDIES TO HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARIANSHIP
Borrowing the framework of evidence-based medicine (EBM), evidence-based librarianship (EBL) can be considered “librarianship in which management and service decisions are constructed from research-based, strong evidence” [ 7 ]. As in EBM, the levels of evidence for EBL can be thought of as a hierarchy, with knowledge syntheses and experimental studies near the top and descriptive studies and expert opinion near the bottom [ 8 , 9 ].
As a type of descriptive study, case studies recounting particular library experiences or initiatives occupy a low position in the EBL hierarchy of evidence, because they are anecdotal, not generalizable, and prone to various types of bias, including positive outcome bias [ 8 ]. Therefore, case studies provide only weak evidence, at best, for making decisions [ 7 ].
However, we believe that case studies still have value for health sciences librarianship for several reasons. First, case studies can communicate timely and innovative approaches to librarianship and can generate hypotheses that can be tested by future studies employing more rigorous research designs. This ongoing cycle serves to build the evidence base essential for the continuous improvement of our practice.
Second, case studies are a conduit for detailed information sharing. Many of us engage in similar activities at our workplaces, yet we often reinvent the wheel even though we might benefit from knowing more about how colleagues at other institutions have accomplished the same tasks. By thoroughly describing the planning and implementation of specific library projects, case studies can impart wisdom and insight to readers, giving them a leg up in their work on similar projects.
Third, case studies, which are essentially stories, are often quite interesting to read, sometimes more so than research articles. In fact, case studies are among some of the most highly read articles in the JMLA . Specifically, we found that case studies published in the JMLA in 2015 had been accessed by approximately 800 readers, on average, by the end of 2016 ( Figure 1 ). Therefore, case studies appear to be well liked by readers and can potentially have a large impact on the practice of health sciences librarianship.
Average number of readers (measured by the number of unique user Internet protocol addresses) of different types of articles published in the Journal of the Medical Library Association (JMLA)
The usage of articles published in 2015 was assessed at the end of 2016.
Fourth, although many of us face expectations to engage in scholarship, we often do not have the time, resources, or training needed to perform proper research studies. Publishing a case study is an alternative way for practicing librarians to engage in scholarly discourse, contribute to the literature supporting the profession, and add to their curriculum vitae (CV). Despite considerable year-to-year variation, we have seen an increasing trend in the number of case studies published annually in the JMLA over the last decade ( Figure 2 ), which underlines our commitment to advancing both the theory and practice of health sciences librarianship.
Total number of case studies published in the JMLA each year
Black line indicates an increasing linear trend in the number of case studies published over time.
WHAT MAKES A GOOD CASE STUDY?
Case studies published in the JMLA describe an improvement in services or an innovative resolution to a problem or issue that advances health sciences librarianship. They are brief (1,000–2,500 words), peer-reviewed articles that show evidence of the success or failure of the described project. To prospective authors who are interested in publishing a case study in the JMLA, we offer the following advice.
Provide broad context
Providing broad context to your case study will help capture interest and convince readers of its importance to health sciences librarianship in general and their own practice in particular. Strong case studies not only explain an institution-specific need, but also situate that need within larger problems or current trends at national or global levels.
Specify your purpose
Strong case studies provide sufficient background information about the institution or local environment to clearly convey why a change in library workflow or services was needed or opportune at that moment in time. Similar to describing the aims of a research study, authors of case studies should state the specific purpose of the described initiative and its intended outcome.
Provide detailed information
Case studies that provide detailed description of the planning and implementation of an initiative are more interesting and useful than case studies that provide only a general overview of a project. Readers want to know not only what you did, but also how you did it. Try to adopt a reader’s perspective: What information would be most useful to others who might wish to replicate your results?
Report objective data
Strong case studies report evaluative data that allow readers to independently judge the success or failure of the initiative. Although subjective opinions can be informative, objective data such as usage statistics or learning outcomes provide stronger evidence of how the initiative benefitted library patrons. Describe both positive and negative feedback or outcomes when applicable.
Discuss lessons learned
Strong case studies not only describe the planning and implementation of an initiative, but also discuss lessons learned in the process. Consider questions such as: What unforeseeable problems arose? What would you have done differently? What factors should be considered to increase the likelihood of a successful outcome? Readers have much to gain from your hindsight.
Relate your case study to previous literature
Strong case studies contribute to the scholarly discourse. While your case study will not include a formal literature review, it is important to read relevant literature and to cite and discuss pertinent articles in your case study. Explain how your case study adds to the literature and advances the knowledgebase and/or practice of health sciences librarianship.
On behalf of the JMLA , we look forward to receiving your case study submissions and continuing to disseminate innovative approaches to meeting the health-related information needs of clinicians, researchers, students, and community members.
Katherine G. Akers, PhD, [email protected] , Editor-in-Chief, Journal of the Medical Library Association
Kathleen Amos, MLIS, AHIP, [email protected] , Assistant Editor, Journal of the Medical Library Association
- CWRU Catalog
Cleveland Health Sciences Library
The Cleveland Health Sciences Library (CHSL) serves as the library system for the Schools of Medicine, Dental Medicine, Nursing, and the Departments of Biology and Nutrition.
The Cleveland Health Sciences Library was formed in 1965 by an agreement between the Cleveland Medical Library Association (CMLA) and Western Reserve University. CHSL operates in two locations: The Allen Memorial Medical Library , which has a collection of clinical books and journals, basic sciences, nursing, dentistry, and biology books, journals, audiovisuals, microforms, as well as a collection of rare and historical books; and the The Health Education Campus Library , which is a quiet study area, and the place where students can check out books on reserve for courses. The combined collections total over 430,000 volumes including electronics and collectibles, with print and electronic journal subscriptions numbering in excess of 60,000, electronic books numbering over 60,000 and print books numbering over 118,500. Personal and institutional members of the CMLA and faculty, students and staff of CWRU have borrowing privileges. The Cleveland Health Sciences Library serves as a resource library in the Greater Midwest Region of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine . CHSL also participates in OhioLINK , OHIONET , and OCLC .
In addition, the Allen Memorial Medical Library is home to the Dittrick Medical History Center (College of Arts and Sciences) and its archives, medical artifacts, and books on the history of medicine. The Allen has two technology supported classrooms, one large conference room (often used for courses), three large quiet study rooms, and main reading room. The first technology supported classroom is the Ford Auditorium, with a seating capacity of 472, and is supported by University Technology (UTech) and Level 2 technology classroom. The second technology classroom is the Herrick Room, with a capacity of 24, and a UTech Level 1 classroom. Case Western Reserve University's wireless network is available throughout all library spaces. The two combined library spaces are open 167 hours per week. The CHSL staff includes 4 FTE librarians, and 3 FTE paraprofessional and technical staff.
Distinguishing case study as a research method from case reports as a publication type
- Kristine M. Alpi William R. Kenan, Jr. Library of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC http://orcid.org/0000-0002-4521-3523
- John Jamal Evans North Carolina Community College System, Raleigh, NC
Kristine m. alpi, william r. kenan, jr. library of veterinary medicine, north carolina state university, raleigh, nc.
Akers KG, Amos K. Publishing case studies in health sciences librarianship [editorial]. J Med Libr Assoc. 2017 Apr;105(2):115–8. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5195/jmla.2017.212 .
Creswell JW. Qualitative inquiry & research design: choosing among five approaches. Los Angeles, CA: SAGE; 2018.
Yin RK. Case study research: design and methods. 4th ed. Los Angeles, CA: SAGE; 2009.
Creswell JW. Research design: qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods approaches. 4th ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE; 2014.
Yin RK. Case study research and applications: design and methods. 6th ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE; 2018.
Stake RE. The art of case study research. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications; 1995.
Merriam SB. Qualitative research and case study applications in education. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass; 1998.
Yazan B. Three approaches to case study methods in education: Yin, Merriam, and Stake. Qual Rep. 2015;20(2):134–52.
Bartlett L, Vavrus F. Rethinking case study research: a comparative approach. New York, NY: Routledge; 2017.
Walsh RW. Exploring the case study method as a tool for teaching public administration in a cross-national context: pedagogy in theory and practice. European Group of Public Administration Conference, International Institute of Administrative Sciences; 2006.
National Library of Medicine. Case reports: MeSH descriptor data 2018 [Internet]. The Library [cited 1 Sep 2018]. < https://meshb.nlm.nih.gov/record/ui?ui=D002363 >.
National Library of Medicine. Organizational case studies: MeSH descriptor data 2018 [Internet]. The Library [cited 26 Oct 2018]. < https://meshb.nlm.nih.gov/record/ui?ui=D019982 >.
American Psychological Association. APA databases methodology field values [Internet]. The Association; 2016 [cited 1 Sep 2018]. < http://www.apa.org/pubs/databases/training/method-values.aspx >.
ERIC. Case studies [Internet]. ERIC [cited 1 Sep 2018]. < https://eric.ed.gov/?ti=Case+Studies >.
Janke R, Rush K. The academic librarian as co-investigator on an interprofessional primary research team: a case study. Health Inf Libr J. 2014;31(2):116–22.
Clairoux N, Desbiens S, Clar M, Dupont P, St. Jean M. Integrating information literacy in health sciences curricula: a case study from Québec. Health Inf Libr J. 2013;30(3):201–11.
Federer L. The librarian as research informationist: a case study. J Med Libr Assoc. 2013 Oct;101(4):298–302. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3163/1536-5050.101.4.011 .
Medical Library Association. Journal of the Medical Library Association author guidelines: submission categories and format guidelines [Internet]. The Association [cited 1 Sep 2018]. < http://jmla.mlanet.org/ojs/jmla/about/submissions >.
Martin ER. Team effectiveness in academic medical libraries: a multiple case study. J Med Libr Assoc. 2006 Jul;94(3):271–8.
Hancock DR, Algozzine B. Doing case study research: a practical guide for beginning researchers. New York, NY: Teachers College Press; 2017.
ISSN 1558-9439 (Online)
- Library Search - UCI Catalog
- Databases A-Z
- Digital Collections
- [email protected]
- Libraries Worldwide (WorldCat)
- Find Online Resources
- Special Collections & Archives
- More Collections...
- Call Numbers
- Floor Plans
- Locations and Directions
- Study Spaces
- Library Administration
- Staff Directory
- Subject Librarians
- Course Reserves
- Getting a Library Card
- Interlibrary Loan
- Suggest a Title
- Technology & Equipment
- Multimedia Resources Center
- Poster Printing
- One Button Studio
- Printing & Scanning
- Special Software
- Wireless Printing
- Instruction Services
- Request Instruction
- Online Tutorials
- Policy For Non-UCI Groups
- Ask a Librarian
- Databases to Get You Started
- Research Guides
- Research Tools...
- Theses & Dissertations
- More Services...
- Digital Scholarship Home
- Tools and Resources
- Workshops and Events
- Virtual Tour
- Visit the Libraries
- Comments and Suggestions
- Library Departments and Service Desks
- Report a Library Incident
- More Contacts...
- Facts & Figures
- Library Publications
- Organizational Chart
- Projects & Initiatives
- Social Impact
- Strategic Plan
News & Events
- Library Events
- Chat with a Librarian
- Thesis and Dissertation Formatting
- Research Consultation
- Connect From Off-Campus
- Create Bibliographies
- Find an Article
- Find a Book
- Modify/Reset Library PIN
- Remote Resources
- More Help...
- Langson Library
- Science Library
Grunigen Medical Library
- Law Library
- Gateway Study Center
- FIND Books & Collections
- SERVICES Service Points & Tools
- ABOUT Visiting & Contacts
- HELP Ask a Librarian & Guides
UC Library Search
- GML Site Search
Main Library Site Search
Learn about the Renovation
Grunigen Library Home
Find at GML
- Order Documents
- Schedule a research appointment with a Health Sciences librarian
- Printing & Copying
- Reserve a Room
- Equipment Loans
- UC Learning Center
- Adobe Connect
- Activate UCINetID
- Password Reset
- Directions and Parking
- Forest J. Grunigen
- GML READ Posters
- GML Spotlight
- Health Awareness Month
New Core Resources
Clinical database that provides standardized medical knowledge to promote consistent, evidence-based practices to practitioners and to support medical students' information needs with reference works, books, journals, and a variety of multimedia resources.
Pharmacy Library features APhA's authoritative textbooks, Pharmacotherapy First, interactive self-assessments, more than 250 Active Learning Exercises easily adaptable for a variety of educational settings, case studies, and information from a variety of news sources. All of these resources are available on one comprehensive searchable platform that allows users to retrieve relevant information quickly.
AccessObGyn from McGraw-Hill Medical offers a new approach to obstetrics and gynecology reference and research – all in one place. Updated regularly, this comprehensive online ObGyn resource covers the entire spectrum of obstetrics and gynecology–for viewing on any device.
Access Medicine’s Case Files Collection from McGraw-Hill Education offers the best case files content in an interactive format.
BMJ Case Reports is a journal that delivers a focused, peer-reviewed, valuable collection of cases in all disciplines so that healthcare professionals, researchers and others can easily find clinically important information on common and rare conditions.
AccessNeurology from McGraw-Hill Medical offers a new approach to neurology reference, research, and curricular instruction – all in one place. Updated regularly, this comprehensive online neurology resource covers the entire spectrum of neurology from the basics to specialty-specific content – optimized for viewing on any device.
UCI Authors in PubMed UCI Authors RSS Feed
Submission preparation checklist.
- The results, data, figures, or other material in this manuscript have not been formally published previously and are not currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.
- If submitting a manuscript in peer-reviewed category (i.e., Knowledge Syntheses, Original Investigations, Case Reports, Special Papers), the manuscript includes page numbers and continuous line numbers and adheres to the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review .
- If applicable, a statement on approval or exemption by an institutional review board or equivalent is included in the Methods section.
- References are formatted according to the Medical Library Association Style Manual .
- If submitting an Original Investigation, Case Report, or Special Paper, the manuscript contains a Data Availability Statement in accordance with the JMLA Data Sharing Policy .
- If submitting a Knowledge Synthesis, Original Investigation, Case Report, Special Paper, or Virtual Projects, the manuscript contains an Author Contributions Statement using CRediT taxonomy . If submitting to a peer-reviewed article category, author names should be redacted from this statement.
Submission categories and format guidelines.
If authors are not certain about the most appropriate category for their manuscripts, they are urged to contact the editor for assistance.
Knowledge Syntheses are peer-reviewed review articles, including systematic reviews, scoping reviews, and narrative reviews. Reviews employing a systematic literature search have a structured abstract (Objective, Methods, Results, Conclusions) of up to 250 words, adhere to the PRISMA-S reporting guidelines , and have a manuscript body divided into Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion sections. Reviews not employing a systematic literature search have an unstructured abstract of up to 250 words and a manuscript body structured as needed. The main text should comprise no more than 5,000 words. Up to 6 figures and/or tables are included in the main text; additional figures and/or tables can be included as supplemental appendixes.
Original Investigations are peer-reviewed articles describing research that employs any type of quantitative or qualitative method of analysis. Examples include intervention studies, surveys, content analyses, qualitative case studies , bibliographic or bibliometric analyses, and search filter development and testing. Original Investigations have a structured abstract (Objective, Methods, Results, Conclusions) of up to 250 words. The body of the manuscript is divided into Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion sections, which together should comprise no more than 5,000 words; shorter manuscripts are also welcomed. Up to 6 figures and/or tables are included in the main text; additional figures and/or tables can be included as supplemental appendixes. Original Investigations manuscripts are covered by the JMLA Data Sharing Policy .
Case Reports are peer-reviewed articles describing the development, implementation, and evaluation of a new service, program, or initiative, typically in a single institution or through a single collaborative effort. They differ from case studies (published as Original Investigations articles) in that they do not employ rigorous qualitative case study methodology. Case Reports have a structured abstract (Background, Case Presentation, Conclusions) of up to 250 words. The body of the manuscript is divided into Background, Case Presentation, and Discussion sections, which together should comprise no more than 3,000 words. Up to 3 figures and/or tables are included in the main text; additional figures and/or tables can be included as supplemental appendixes. Case Report manuscripts are covered by the JMLA Data Sharing Policy .
Commentaries present viewpoints on timely topics of interest to health sciences librarians and information specialists. This category allows freedom of expression and encourages constructive discussion. Commentaries have an unstructured abstract of up to 250 words. The main text should comprise no more than 3,000 words. Up to 3 figures and/or tables are included in the main text; additional figures and/or tables can be included as supplemental appendixes. Commentaries undergo editorial review.
History Matters are short articles on historical topics that are relevant to health sciences librarianship. History Matters articles have an unstructured abstract of up to 250 words. The main text should comprise no more than 3,000 words. Up to 3 figures and/or tables are included in the main text; additional figures and/or tables can be included as supplemental appendixes. History Matters articles undergo editorial review.
Letter to the Editor
Letters to the Editor comment on recent JMLA articles. Letters should be respectful in tone. Letters are sent to the authors of the original article to invite a response. Letters should comprise no more than 500 words and contain up to 5 references.
Special Papers are peer-reviewed articles of particular importance to the field of health sciences librarianship that do not fit one of the above submission categories. Special Papers may be solicited by a JMLA editor, or prospective authors of a Special Paper may submit a pre-submission inquiry to an editor. Special Papers have an unstructured abstract of up to 250 words. The body of the manuscript is structured as needed. The main text should comprise no more than 6,000 words. Up to 6 figures and/or tables are included in the main text; additional figures and/or tables can be included as supplemental appendixes. Special Paper manuscripts are covered by the JMLA Data Sharing Policy .
Lectures and Awards
Lectures and Awards are published versions of MLA lectures delivered at annual meetings, such as the Janet Doe Lecture, and awarded essays, such as the Erich Meyerhoff Prize.
Virtual Projects are brief articles highlighting current, innovative, and notable virtual projects in health sciences libraries. The Virtual Projects section is published on an annual basis in the October issue of JMLA following an annual “Call for Virtual Projects.” An advisory committee of recognized technology experts selects project entries based on defined criteria. Virtual Projects articles undergo editorial review. See more detailed information.
The “In Memoriam” column honors deceased MLA members and staff. The JMLA In Memoriam Editors will accept author submissions from the deceased’s coworkers, family, and colleagues. Memoriam should be between 200 and 1,000 words in length and may address a person’s birth and background; education and training; experiences, contributions, and accomplishments; influences on others in the profession; and can include some personal anecdotes from colleagues or family. See more detailed information .
Book Reviews provide critical appraisals of new books and serials that assist readers in selecting works for their own professional use or for addition to their library collections. Reviewers are chosen based on their knowledge of and experience in areas relevant to the library and information world. Book Reviews should contain a brief overview of scope and content so that readers can determine the book’s interest to them. Reviewing each chapter of a book in detail is not necessary. For a research or historical work, please comment on its significance in relation to the focus area as well as to the field as a whole. For an applied or descriptive work, please comment on its usefulness. In both cases, compare the book with similar publications in its area and indicate its potential audiences, where relevant. When quoting the text, indicate page numbers in parentheses at the end of the quote. Book Reviews undergo editorial review. See more detailed information .
Resource Reviews provide critical appraisals of electronic resources, software, web services, and other technology tools that assist health sciences library staff in making collection development and technology implementation decisions. Reviewed resources can include databases and catalogs, electronic collections, research and reference tools, library management systems, educational instruments, commercial and open source software, and web-based productivity tools. Resource Reviews do not have an abstract. The main text should comprise no more than 2,000 words. Up to 2 figures and/or tables are included in the main text. Resource Reviews undergo editorial review. See more detailed information .
The association record consists of the proceedings of the annual meeting of the previous year and the audited schedule of assets of the calendar year ending the previous December.
Writing Guidelines and Editorial Style
The writing style of manuscripts submitted to JMLA should conform to the Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing, and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals , which is prepared by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE). Other authoritative sources guiding the writing and editorial processes include the Medical Library Association (MLA) Style Manual ; Citing Medicine: The NLM Style Guide for Authors, Editors, and Publishers, 2nd edition ; the latest edition of the Chicago Manual of Style for punctuation, form, and other areas in which the ICMJE recommendations are silent; and the latest edition of Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary for spelling.
For more information on structured abstracts, consult the MLA Research Section’s structured abstract guidelines .
JMLA reference style is based on the Medical Library Association (MLA) Style Manual , which in turn is based on Citing Medicine: The NLM Style Guide for Authors, Editors, and Publishers, 2nd edition . Authors are urged to consult recently published articles in JMLA for examples of properly formatted references. Example references appear below.
Florczak KL. Prevent betrayal by predatory publishers: trust but verify. Nurs Sci Q. 2018 Jan;31(1):11–4. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0894318417741100 .
Association of College & Research Libraries. Framework for information literacy for higher education [Internet]. The Association; 2016 [cited 11 Oct 2019]. < http://www.ala.org/acrl/standards/ilframework >.
Davis C, Ebron T. The changing face of librarianship. In: Jones SD, Murphy B, eds. Diversity and inclusion in libraries: a call to action and strategies for success. Medical Library Association Books Series. Chicago, IL: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers; 2019. p. 25–34.
Stribling JC, ed. The clinical medical librarian’s handbook. Medical Library Association Books Series. Chicago, IL: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers; 2020.
Keselman A, Smith CA, David R. Kaufman DR. Criteria for evaluating deception, disinformation, and controversy in the evolving digital consumer health information universe. Presented at: MLA ’19, the 119th Medical Library Association Annual Meeting; Chicago, IL; May 5, 2019.
Akers KG, Doty J. Emory University research data management faculty survey [dataset]. Emory Dataverse [2013; cited 18 Mar 2020]. < https://dataverse.unc.edu/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=hdl:1902.29/11578 >.
Parts of a Submission
Figures and tables.
Figures (i.e., images, screenshots, diagrams, charts, graphs) can be in color for online issues but will be processed into black and white for print issues. Consecutively numbered figures with descriptive captions and should be placed in the text at appropriate locations. Standalone image files (e.g., jpeg, tiff) with a minimum resolution of 300 dpi should be submitted as supplementary files to be processed for publication.
Consecutively numbered tables with descriptive titles should be placed in the text at appropriate locations. Tables should be created using Word's built-in table commands.
Find more information about and samples of figures and tables.
Data Availability Statement
Original Investigation, Case Reports, and Special Paper manuscripts must include a Data Availability Statement at the end of the main text describing where and how the data can be accessed in accordance with the JMLA Data Sharing Policy . An example Data Availability Statement is as follows:
Example Data Availability Statement:
“Data associated with this article are available in the Open Science Framework at <insert url>.”
Author Contributions Statement
Knowledge Synthesis, Original Investigation, Case Report, Special Paper, and Virtual Projects manuscripts must include an Author Contributions Statement at the end of the main text that uses the CRediT taxonomy to specify the role(s) played by each author.
Example Author Contributions Statement:
"Brittany Eagleton: Methodology; investigation; writing—review and editing. John Tramos: Conceptualization; methodology; investigation; software; data curation; formal analysis; visualization; writing—original draft. Lawrence Kanumba: Conceptualization; project administration; formal analysis; writing—original draft; Changying Wang: investigation; formal analysis; visualization; writing—review and editing."
If submitting to a peer-reviewed article category, author names should be redacted from this statement until the peer review process is complete.
Contributors not meeting the authorship critieria as specified by ICMJE should not be included in the Author Contributions Statement but can be acknowledged in a separate Acknowledgements section at the end of the main text. If submitting to a peer-reviewed article category, contributor names should be redacted from the statement until the peer review process is complete.
Supplemental files should include (1) survey instruments, evaluation rubrics, assessment instruments or other materials supporting the methodology to be published as appendixes and (2) stand-alone images files (e.g., jpg, tiff, png; 300 dpi minimum) for each figure. Note that manuscripts describing the results of a survey must include a copy of the survey instrument unless it has been published elsewhere.
All manuscripts must be submitted through the JMLA online submission system .
The submission process consists of 5 steps:
- Starting the submission: choose a journal section (e.g., Original Investigation, Case Report, Commentary), complete the submission preparation checklist (see below), agree to the copyright notice (see below), and provide comments to the editor, including the names and contact information for up to five suggested reviewers or individuals who should not review the work (optional).
- Uploading the submission: upload the manuscript file (including abstract, main text, references, acknowledgments, and embedded figures/tables)
- Entering the submission’s metadata: enter information for all coauthors (name, email address, ORCID ID [optional], affiliation [e.g., rank, department, institution], country, competing interests [if applicable], bio statement, manuscript title, abstract, keywords [mandatory], and contributors and supporting agencies.
- Uploading supplementary files: upload appendixes (including survey instrument, if applicable) and stand-alone image files (300 dpi minimum).
- Confirmation: confirm the successful upload of all submission files
If authors exit the system before completing their submissions, their submissions are saved automatically. Authors can return to finish the submission (or remove it should they wish) at a future time.
As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission’s compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- The results, data, figures, or other material in this manuscript have not been published previously and are not currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.
- If submitting a manuscript in peer-reviewed category (i.e., Knowledge Syntheses, Original Investigations, Case Reports, Special Papers), the manuscript includes page numbers and continuous line numbers and adheres to the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review .
- References are formatted according to the Medical Library Association Style Manual .
- If submitting a Knowledge Synthesis, Original Investigation, Case Report, Special Paper, or Virtual Projects, the manuscript contains an Author Contributions Statement using CRediT taxonomy . If submitting to a peer-reviewed article category, author names should be redacted from this statement.
Submitting a revised manuscript
If invited by the editor, authors should submit a revised manuscript under their original submission (i.e., without starting a new submission). After logging in and navigating to your author profile, click on the title of the manuscript under “Active Submissions.” Upload the revised manuscript file in the “Upload Author Version” box under “Editor Decision” on the “Review” page. Replies to reviewer comments and any updated appendixes, figures/tables, and so on can be uploaded by clicking “Add a Supplementary File” under “Submission” on the “Summary” page. There is no deadline for submitting a revised manuscript. For peer-reviewed submission categories, the revised manuscript and replies to reviewer comments may or may not be returned to the original reviewers to ensure that their concerns have been sufficiently alleviated.
After manuscript acceptance, a copyedited version of the manuscript is provided to authors for approval.
JMLA uses a double-anonymous peer review process in which the names of authors are not revealed to reviewers and the names of reviewers are not revealed to authors. Authors may suggest up to five reviewers who are well qualified to comment on the work and would not have a conflict of interest (e.g., not direct collegues or recent co-authors). Authors may also identify specific individuals who should not review their manuscript. Taking these recommendations into consideration, the editor will typically assign three reviewers to each manuscript. Reviewers are asked to use JMLA 's peer reviewer guidelines to inform their comments and recommendation. JMLA aims to complete the review process and provide feedback to authors within six weeks of submission.
Email questions about JMLA to Alexander Carroll , interim editor-in-chief.
Send books or resources for review in the JMLA to: JMLA Review Editor, Medical Library Association, 225 West Wacker Drive, Suite 650, Chicago, IL 60606-1210.
Resources for review in JMLA should be sent to: Ellen M. Aaronson, AHIP, JMLA Resource Review Editor, Mayo Clinic Libraries, 200 First Street SW, Rochester, MN 55905.
Books for review in JMLA should be sent to: Melanie J. Norton, JMLA Book Review Editor, 96 Cass Avenue, Wallingford, CT 06492.
Authors who publish with this journal agree to the following terms:
- The Author shall grant to the Publisher and its agents the nonexclusive perpetual right and license to publish, archive, and make accessible the Work in whole or in part in all forms of media now or hereafter known under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License or its equivalent, which, for the Author retains copyright in the Work, where the term “Work” shall include all digital objects that may result in subsequent electronic publication or distribution.
- Upon acceptance of the Work, the author shall grant to the Publisher the right of first publication of the Work.
- The Author shall grant to the Publisher and its agents the nonexclusive perpetual right and license to publish, archive, and make accessible the Work in whole or in part in all forms of media now or hereafter known under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License or its equivalent, which, for the avoidance of doubt, allows others to copy, distribute, and transmit the Work under the following conditions: a. Attribution—other users must attribute the Work in the manner specified by the author as indicated on the journal website; with the understanding that the above condition can be waived with permission from the Author and that where the Work or any of its elements is in the public domain under applicable law, that status is in no way affected by the license.
- The Author is able to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the nonexclusive distribution of the journal's published version of the Work (e.g., post it to an institutional repository or publish it in a book), as long as there is provided in the document an acknowledgement of its initial publication in this journal.
- Authors are permitted and encouraged to post online a prepublication manuscript (but not the Publisher’s final formatted PDF version of the Work) in institutional repositories or on their Websites prior to and during the submission process, as it can lead to productive exchanges, as well as earlier and greater citation of published work. Any such posting made before acceptance and publication of the Work shall be updated upon publication to include a reference to the Publisher-assigned DOI (Digital Object Identifier) and a link to the online abstract for the final published Work in the Journal.
- Upon Publisher’s request, the Author agrees to furnish promptly to Publisher, at the Author’s own expense, written evidence of the permissions, licenses, and consents for use of third-party material included within the Work, except as determined to be covered by the principles of Fair Use.
- The Author represents and warrants that: a. the Work is the Author’s original work; b. the Author has not transferred, and will not transfer, exclusive rights in the Work to any third party; c. the Work is not pending review or under consideration by another publisher; d. the Work has not previously been published; e. the Work contains no misrepresentation or infringement of the Work or property of other authors or third parties; and f. the Work contains no libel, invasion of privacy, or other unlawful matter.
- The Author agrees to indemnify and hold Publisher harmless from Author’s breach of the representations and warranties contained in Paragraph 7 above, as well as any claim or proceeding relating to Publisher’s use and publication of any content contained in the Work, including third-party content.
- To the extent that the Author is a U.S. Government employee, and the Work was written within the scope of their employment and is not protected by the U.S. Copyright, the above terms and conditions are modified to acknowledge 1.) that the Work is in the public domain, and 2.) Paragraph 8 does not apply.
Revised October 12, 2022
ISSN 1558-9439 (Online)
Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library
Library staff publications.
The following is a list of publications authored and co-authored by Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library staff. The evidence synthesis and comprehensive searching projects would not be possible without a team of dedicated support staff who facilitate article retrieval and citation management: Vermetha Polite, Mary Hughes, Vasean Daniels, Dorota Peglow, Pamela Gibson, Aletia Garvey, and Lisa Sanders.
2022 | 2021 | 2020 | 2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2010
Last updated: 1/6/23
- Festa N, Throgmorton KF , Heaphy N, Canavan M, Gill TM. (2023). " Association of nursing home exposure to hurricane-related inundation with emergency preparedness. " JAMA Netw Open, 6(1):e2249937.
- Scierka LE, Mena-Hurtado C, Ahmed ZV, Yousef S, Arham A, Grimshaw AA , Harris KM, Burg M, Vriens PW, Heyligers J, Lee M, Yazgan I, Smolderen KG. (2023). "The association of depression with mortality and major adverse limb event outcomes in patients with peripheral artery disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis." J Affect Disord, 320:169-177.
Adjei NN, Lynn AY, Grimshaw A , Brault MA, Dugan K, Vash-Margita A. (2022). "Systematic literature review of pediatric male and female genital hair thread tourniquet syndrome." Pediatr Emerg Care, 38(2):e799-e804.
Agha AM, Pacor J, Grandhi GR, Mszar R, Khan SU, Parikh R, Agrawal T, Burt J, Blankstein R, Blaha MJ, Shaw LJ, Al-Mallah MH, Brackett A , Cainzos-Achirica M, Miller EJ, Nasir K. (2022). " The prognostic value of CAC zero among individuals presenting with chest pain: a meta-analysis ." JACC Cardiovasc Imaging , 15(10):1745-1757.
Asch RH, Pothula S, Toyonaga T, Fowles K, Groman SM, Garcia-Milian R , DiLeone RJ, Taylor JR, Esterlis I. (2022). "Examining sex differences in responses to footshock stress and the role of the metabotropic glutamate receptor 5: an [18F]FPEB and positron emission tomography study in rats." Neuropsychopharmacology .
- Bahar RC, O'Shea AW, Li ES, Swallow MA, Allocco AA, Spak JM , Hafler JP. (2022). " The pipeline starts in medical school: characterizing clinician-educator training programs for U.S. medical students. " Med Educ Online, 27(1):2096841.
Batten J, Brackett A . (2022). "Ensuring rigor in systematic reviews: Part 6, reporting guidelines. " Heart Lung, 52:22-25.
- Bennett BL, Lawson JL, Funaro MC , Ivezaj V. (2022). " Examining weight bias before and/or after bariatric surgery: A systematic review. " Obes Rev, 23(11):e13500.
- Bommersbach T, Justen M, Bunting AM, Funaro MC , Winstanley EL, Joudrey PJ. (2022). "Multidimensional assessment of access to medications for opioid use disorder across urban and rural communities: A scoping review." Int J Drug Policy, 112:103931.
Brackett A, Batten J . (2022). " Ensuring rigor in systematic reviews: Part 7, critical appraisal of systematic review quality ." Heart Lung .
Casilla-Lennon M, Hanchuk S, Zheng S, Kim DD, Press B, Nguyen JV, Grimshaw A , Leapman MS, Cavallo JA. (2022)." Pregnancy in physicians: A scoping review. " Am J Surg , 223(1):36-46.
Cassinelli Petersen GI, Shatalov J, Verma T, Brim WR, Subramanian H, Brackett A , Bahar RC, Merkaj S, Zeevi T, Staib LH, Cui J, Omuro A, Bronen RA, Malhotra A, Aboian MS. (2022). "Machine learning in differentiating gliomas from primary CNS lymphomas: a systematic review, reporting quality, and risk of bias assessment." AJNR Am J Neuroradiol, 43(4):526-533.
Charkoftaki G, Tan WY, Berrios-Carcamo P, Orlicky DJ, Golla JP, Garcia-Milian R , Aalizadeh R, Thomaidis NS, Thompson DC, Vasiliou V. (2022). "Liver metabolomics identifies bile acid profile changes at early stages of alcoholic liver disease in mice." Chem Biol Interact, 360:109931.
Chhoda A, Singh S, Sheth AH, Grimshaw AA , Gunderson C, Sharma P, Kunstman JW, Sharma A, Ahuja N, Gonda T, Farrell JJ. (2022). " Benefit of extended surveillance of low-risk pancreatic cysts after five-year stability: a systematic review and meta-analysis." Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol, S1542-3565(22)00450-5.
Chhoda A, Vodusek Z, Wattamwar K, Mukherjee E, Gunderson C, Grimshaw A , Sharma A, Ahuja N, Kastrinos F, Farrell JJ. (2022). "Late-stage pancreatic cancer detected during high-risk individual surveillance: a systematic review and meta-analysis." Gastroenterology, 162(3):786-798.
Conway R, Grimshaw AA , Konig MF, Putman M, Duarte-García A, Tseng LY, Cabrera DM, Chock YPE, Degirmenci HB, Duff E, Egeli BH, Graef ER, Gupta A, Harkins P, Hoyer BF, Jayatilleke A, Jin S, Kasia C, Khilnani A, Kilian A, Kim AHJ, Lin CMA, Low C, Proulx L, Sattui SE, Singh N, Sparks JA, Tam H, Ugarte-Gil MF, Ung N, Wang K, Wise LM, Yang Z, Young KJ, Liew JW, Grainger R, Wallace ZS, Hsieh E; COVID-19 Global Rheumatology Alliance. (2022). " SARS-CoV-2 infection and COVID-19 outcomes in rheumatic diseases: a systematic literature review and meta-analysis. " Arthritis Rheumatol, 74(5):766-775.
Coupet E Jr, Dodington J, Brackett A , Vaca FE. (2022). " United States emergency department screening for drug use among assault-injured individuals: a systematic review ." West J Emerg Med , 23(4):443-450.
- Daiy K, Harries V, Nyhan K , Marcinkowska UM. (2022). "Maternal weight status and the composition of the human milk microbiome: A scoping review." PLoS One, 17(10):e0274950.
Ding Q, Funk M, Spatz ES, Lin H, Batten J, Wu E, Whittemore R. (2022). "Sex-specific impact of diabetes on all-cause mortality among adults with acute myocardial infarction: An updated systematic review and meta-analysis, 1988-2021." Front Endocrinol (Lausanne), 13:918095.
Farhadian SF, Lindenbaum O, Zhao J, Corley MJ, Im Y, Walsh H, Vecchio A, Garcia-Milian R , Chiarella J, Chintanaphol M, Calvi R, Wang G, Ndhlovu LC, Yoon J, Trotta D, Ma S, Kluger Y, Spudich S. (2022). "HIV viral transcription and immune perturbations in the CNS of people with HIV despite ART. " JCI Insight, 7(13):e160267.
Festa N, Heaphy NM, Throgmorton KF , Canavan M, Gill TM. (2022). "Evaluating California nursing homes' emergency preparedness for wildfire exposure." J Am Geriatr Soc, 1- 8.
Firoz T, Pineles B, Navrange N, Grimshaw A , Oladapo O, Chou D. (2022). "Non-communicable diseases and maternal health: a scoping review." BMC Pregnancy Childbirth , 22(1):787.
Funaro MC, & Nyhan K . (2022). "Introduction to reporting guidelines used in animal research: Effectiveness and advocacy." In L. P. Cantwell & S. M. Harnett (Eds.), Finding Your Seat at the Table: Roles for Librarians on Institutional Regulatory Boards and Committees . Rowman & Littlefield.
Gallagher KE, Funaro MC, Woods SW. (2022). "Prescription stimulants and the risk of psychosis: a systematic review of observational studies." J Clin Psychopharmacol , 42(3):308-314.
- Garakani A, Freire RC, Buono FD, Thom RP, Larkin K, Funaro MC , Salehi M, Perez-Rodriguez MM. (2022). "An umbrella review on the use of antipsychotics in anxiety disorders: A registered report protocol." PLoS One, 17(6):e0269772.
Grant SJ, Grimshaw AA , Silberstein J, Murdaugh D, Wildes TM, Rosko AE, Giri S. (2022). " Clinical presentation, risk factors, and outcomes of immune effector cell-associated neurotoxicity syndrome following chimeric antigen receptor T cell therapy: a systematic review. " Transplant Cell Ther, S2666-6367(22)00153-1.
Green J, Pagura EJ, Hanchuk S, Casilla-Lennon M, Grimshaw A , Vanni AJ, Cavallo JA. (2022). "The pioneering and diverse contributions of Leonard N. Zinman, M.D. to urology." Urology, 160:5-9.
Guo P, Furnary T, Vasiliou V, Yan Q, Nyhan K , Jones DP, Johnson CH, Liew Z. (2022). "Non-targeted metabolomics and associations with per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) exposure in humans: A scoping review. " Environ Int, 26;162:107159.
Hanchuk S, Casilla-Lennon M, Zheng S, Kim DD, Press B, Nguyen JV, Grimshaw A , Leapman MS, Rickey LM, Cavallo JA. (2022). "The medical community's evolving focus on physician and surgeon pregnancy: thematic trends from a scoping review." Acad Med .
Harsono D, Peterson H, Nyhan K, Khoshnood K. (2022). "Factors associated with HIV acquisition in the context of humanitarian crises: a scoping review protocol." JBI Evid Synth .
- Heo S, Son JY, Lim CC, Fong KC, Choi HM, Hernandez-Ramirez RU, Nyhan K , Dhillon PK, Kapoor S, Prabhakaran D, Spiegelman D, Bell ML. (2022). "Effect modification by sex for associations of fine particulate matter (PM2.5) with cardiovascular mortality, hospitalization, and emergency room visits: systematic review and meta-analysis." Environ Res Lett, 17(5).
Hinkle JL, Alexander S, Avanecean D, Batten J , Bautista C, Hundt B, Rhudy L. (2022). " Research priority setting: the current landscape of neuroscience nursing research. " J Neurosci Nurs.
Janmohamed K, Walter N, Sangngam N, Hampsher S, Nyhan K , de Choudhury M, Kumar N. (2022). "Interventions to mitigate vaping misinformation: a meta-analysis." J Health Commun, 27:1-9.
Jekel L, Brim WR, von Reppert M, Staib L, Cassinelli Petersen G, Merkaj S, Subramanian H, Zeevi T, Payabvash S, Bousabarah K, Lin M, Cui J, Brackett A , Mahajan A, Omuro A, Johnson MH, Chiang VL, Malhotra A, Scheffler B, Aboian MS. (2022). "Machine learning applications for differentiation of glioma from brain metastasis-a systematic review." Cancers (Basel) , 14(6):1369.
- Jordan A, Quainoo S, Nich C, Babuscio TA, Funaro MC , Carroll KM. (2022). "Racial and ethnic differences in alcohol, cannabis, and illicit substance use treatment: a systematic review and narrative synthesis of studies done in the USA." Lancet Psychiatry, 9(8):660-675.
- Jordan G, Grazioplene R, Florence A, Hammer P, Funaro MC , Davidson L, Bellamy CD. (2022). "Generativity among persons providing or receiving peer or mutual support: A scoping review." Psychiatr Rehabil J, 45(2):123-135.
Kerkstra RL, Rustagi KA, Grimshaw AA , Minges KE. (2022). " Dental education practices during COVID-19: A scoping review ." J Dent Educ.
Kibbi N, Owen JL, Worley B, Wang JX, Harikumar V, Downing MB, Aasi SZ, Aung PP, Barker CA, Bolotin D, Bordeaux JS, Cartee TV, Chandra S, Cho NL, Choi JN, Chung KY, Cliby WA, Dorigo O, Eisen DB, Fujisawa Y, Golda N, Halfdanarson TR, Iavazzo C, Jiang SIB, Kanitakis J, Khan A, Kim JYS, Kuzel TM, Lawrence N, Leitao MM Jr, MacLean AB, Maher IA, Mittal BB, Nehal KS, Ozog DM, Pettaway CA, Ross JS, Rossi AM, Servaes S, Solomon MJ, Thomas VD, Tolia M, Voelzke BB, Waldman A, Wong MK, Zhou Y, Arai N, Brackett A , Ibrahim SA, Kang BY, Poon E, Alam M. (2022). " Evidence-based clinical practice guidelines for extramammary paget disease." JAMA Oncol .
Krishnamurthy N, Grimshaw AA , Axson SA, Choe SH, Miller JE. (2022). " Drug repurposing: a systematic review on root causes, barriers and facilitators. " BMC Health Serv Res, 22(1):970.
- Kumar N, Hampsher S, Walter N, Nyhan K , De Choudhury M. (2022). "Interventions to mitigate vaping misinformation: protocol for a scoping review." Syst Rev , 11(1):214.
Kumar N, Janmohamed K, Nyhan K , Martins SS, Cerda M, Hasin D, Scott J, Sarpong Frimpong A, Pates R, Ghandour LA, Wazaify M, Khoshnood K. (2022). " Substance, use in relation to COVID-19: A scoping review ." Addict Behav, 127:107213.
- Kumar N, Walter N, Nyhan K , Khoshnood K, Tucker JD, Bauch CT, Ding Q, Jones-Jang SM, De Choudhury M, Schwartz JL, Papakyriakopoulos O, Forastiere L. (2022). "Interventions to mitigate COVID-19 misinformation: protocol for a scoping review." Syst Rev, 11(1):107.
Kunitomo Y, Bade B, Gunderson CG, Akgün KM, Brackett A , Cain H, Tanoue L, Bastian LA. (2022). " Racial differences in adherence to lung cancer screening follow-up: a systematic review and meta-analysis. " Chest, 161(1): 266-275.
- Kunitomo Y, Bade B, Gunderson CG, Akgün KM, Brackett A , Tanoue L, Bastian LA. (2022). " Evidence of racial disparities in the lung cancer screening process: a systematic review and meta-analysis. " J Gen Intern Med .
Lam R, Tarangelo N, Wang R, Horibe M, Grimshaw AA , Jain D, Haffar S, Bazerbachi F, Kunz PL, Li DK. (2022). "Microangiopathic hemolytic anemia is a late and fatal complication of gastric signet ring cell carcinoma: a systematic review and case-control study." Oncologist , oyac093.
Li D, Nyhan K , Zhou X, Zhu Y, Castro D, Vermund SH, & Brault M. (2022). " School closures and reopenings during the COVID-19 pandemic: A scoping review protocol ." BMJ Open, 12(2), e054292.
- Long AS, Hauc SC, Junn AH, Meyer C , Mayes L, Persing JA, Alperovich M. " IQ assessment in craniofacial neurocognitive studies: interpreting results relative to evidence-based systematic analysis. " Plast Reconstr Surg Glob Open, 10(7):e4405.
Maduka RC, Tai K, Gonsai R, DeWalt N, Chetty A, Brackett A , Olino K, Schneider EB, Ahuja V. (2022). " Indoor versus outdoor: does occupational sunlight exposure increase melanoma risk? A systematic review. " J Surg Res, 283:274-281.
- Mew EJ, Nyhan K , Bonumwezi JL, Blas V, Gorman H, Hennein R, Quach K, Shabanova V, Hawley NL, Lowe SR. (2022). "Psychosocial family-level mediators in the intergenerational transmission of trauma: Protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis." PLoS One, 17(11):e0276753.
Moneer O, Daly G, Skydel JJ, Nyhan K , Lurie P, Ross JS, Wallach JD. "Agreement of treatment effects from observational studies and randomized controlled trials evaluating hydroxychloroquine, lopinavir-ritonavir, or dexamethasone for covid-19: meta-epidemiological study." BMJ, 377:e069400.
Nowroozpoor A, Dussetschleger J, Perry W, Sano M, Aloysi A, Belleville M, Brackett A , Hirshon JM, Hung W, Moccia JM, Ohuabunwa U, Shah MN, Hwang U, GEAR 2.0 ADC Network. (2022) " Detecting cognitive impairment and dementia in the emergency department: a scoping review ." J Am Med Dir Assoc, 23(8):1314-1315.e55.
Nugent JT, Young C, Funaro MC, Jiang K, Saran I, Ghazi L, Wilson FP, Greenberg JH. (2022). " Prevalence of secondary hypertension in otherwise healthy youth with a new diagnosis of hypertension: a meta-analysis. " J Pediatr, S0022-3476(22)00078-6.
- Park DY, Wang P, An S, Grimshaw AA , Frampton J, Ohman M, Rao SV, Nanna MG. (2022) "Shortening the duration of dual antiplatelet therapy after percutaneous coronary intervention for acute coronary syndrome: a systematic review and meta-analysis: Shortening DAPT after PCI for ACS." Am Heart J, S0002-8703(22)00113-2.
- Park JH, Rada L, Feder SL, Montano AR, Batten J , Tan H, Grey M, Schulman-Green D. " Use of the self- and family management framework in quantitative studies. " Nurs Outlook, S0029-6554(22)00177-4.
Pérez-Escamilla R, Hromi-Fiedler A, Rhodes EC, Neves PAR, Vaz J, Vilar-Compte M, Segura-Pérez S, Nyhan K . (2022). "Impact of prelacteal feeds and neonatal introduction of breast milk substitutes on breastfeeding outcomes: A systematic review and meta-analysis." Matern Child Nutr, 18 Suppl 3:e13368.
Plana D, Shung DL, Grimshaw AA , Saraf A, Sung JJY, Kann BH. (2022). "Randomized clinical trials of machine learning interventions in health care: a systematic review. " JAMA Netw Open, 5(9):e2233946
Polite V, Zollo CC, Hughes MA, Daniels V, El-Hazimy K, Peglow D, Grimshaw AA, Gibson P. (2022). "Support staff take an essential role in research services." Med Ref Serv Q, 41(2):148-156.
- Putta N, Hansen CE, Funaro MC , Campbell M, Essajee S, Mbori-Ngacha D, Frimpong S, Wang SY, Paintsil E. (2022). "Evidence-based service delivery interventions for testing, linking, treating, and retaining children and adolescents living with HIV in primary health care settings: Protocol for a systematic review. " PLoS One, 17(6):e0269063.
Rahman NT , Meyer C , Thakral D, Cai WL, Chen AT, Obaid R, Garcia-Milian R . (2022). " Peer teaching as bioinformatics training strategy: incentives, challenges, and benefits. " Med Ref Serv Q, 41(1):13-25.
- Raparelli V, Wright CX, Corica B, Sharma G, Lindley K, Brackett A , Pilote L, Wood MJ, Dreyer RP. (2022). "Interventions targeted to address social determinants of health in ischemic heart disease: a sex- and gender-oriented scoping review." Can J Cardiol, S0828-282X(22)00405-6.
- Scierka LE, Mena-Hurtado C, Ahmed ZV, Yousef S, Arham A, Grimshaw AA , Harris KM, Burg M, Vriens PW, Heyligers J, Lee M, Yazgan I, Smolderen KG. (2022). " The association of depression with mortality and major adverse limb event outcomes in patients with peripheral artery disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis. " J Affect Disord , 320:169-177
Segura-Pérez S, Richter L, Rhodes EC, Hromi-Fiedler A, Vilar-Compte M, Adnew M, Nyhan K , Pérez-Escamilla R. (2022). "Risk factors for self-reported insufficient milk during the first 6 months of life: A systematic review." Matern Child Nutr, 18 Suppl 3:e13353.
Shimony S, Rozental A, Bewersdorf JP, Goldberg AD, Stein EM, Grimshaw AA , Stone RM, DeAngelo DJ, Wolach O, Stahl M. (2022) "Investigational venetoclax combination therapy in acute myeloid leukemia - a systematic review and meta-analysis. " Haematologica, 107(12):2955-2960.
- Subramanian A, Weiss D, Nyhan K , Dewan A, Jukic AMZ. (2022). "Circulating miRNAs in the first trimester and pregnancy complications: a systematic review." Epigenetics, 1-11.
Suss R, Mahoney M, Arslanian KJ, Nyhan K , Hawley NL. (2022). " Pregnancy health and perinatal outcomes among Pacific Islander women in the United States and US Affiliated Pacific Islands: Protocol for a scoping review. " PLoS One, 17(1): e0262010.
- Tillmanns N, Lum AE, Cassinelli G, Merkaj S, Verma T, Zeevi T, Staib L, Subramanian H, Bahar RC, Brim W, Lost J, Jekel L, Brackett A , Payabvash S, Ikuta I, Lin M, Bousabarah K, Johnson MH, Cui J, Malhotra A, Omuro A, Turowski B, Aboian MS. (2022). "Identifying clinically applicable machine learning algorithms for glioma segmentation: recent advances and discoveries." Neurooncol Adv, 4(1):vdac093.
Vilar-Compte M, Pérez-Escamilla R, Orta-Aleman D, Cruz-Villalba V, Segura-Pérez S, Nyhan K , Richter LM. (2022). "Impact of baby behaviour on caregiver's infant feeding decisions during the first 6 months of life: A systematic review." Matern Child Nutr, 18 Suppl 3:e13345.
Wang Y, Chen Y, Garcia-Milian R , Golla JP, Charkoftaki G, Lam TT, Thompson DC, Vasiliou V. (2022). " Proteomic profiling reveals an association between ALDH and oxidative phosphorylation and DNA damage repair pathways in human colon adenocarcinoma stem cells. " Chem Biol Interact , 368:110175.
- Whalen DH, Lewis ME, Gillson S, McBeath B, Alexander B, Nyhan K . (2022). "Health effects of Indigenous language use and revitalization: a realist review." Int J Equity Health, 21(1):169.
Wilpers A, Lynn AY, Eichhorn B, Powne AB, Lagueux M, Batten J , Bahtiyar MO, & Gross CP. (2022). " Understanding sociodemographic disparities in maternal-fetal surgery study participation. " Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy.
Yang Y, Gielissen K, Brown B, Spak JM , Windish DM. (2022). "Structure and impact of longitudinal Graduate Medical Education curricula designed to prepare future clinician-educators: A systematic scoping review: BEME Guide No. 74. " Med Teach, 23: 1-15.
- Zeidan AJ, Smith M, Leff R, Cordone A, Moran TP, Brackett A , Agrawal P. (2022). "Limited English Proficiency as a Barrier to Inclusion in Emergency Medicine-Based Clinical Stroke Research." J Immigr Minor Health.
- Zhu C, Tran PM, Leifheit EC, Spatz ES, Dreyer RP, Nyhan K , Wang SY, Goldstein LB, Lichtman JH. (2022). "The association of marital/partner status with patient-reported health outcomes following acute myocardial infarction or stroke: protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis." PLoS One, 17(11):e0267771.
Abubakari GM, Dada D, Nur J, Turner D, Otchere A, Tanis L, Ni Z, Mashoud IW, Nyhan K, Nyblade L, Nelson LE. (2021). "Intersectional stigma and its impact on HIV prevention and care among MSM and WSW in sub-Saharan African countries: a protocol for a scoping review." BMJ Open, 11(8):e047280.
Agenor M, Murchison GR, Najarro J, Grimshaw A , Cottrill AA, Janiak E, Gordon AR, Charlton BM. (2021). “ Mapping the scientific literature on reproductive health among transgender and gender diverse people: a scoping review. ” Sex Reprod Health Matters . 2021. 29(1): 1886395.
Akers KG, Pionke JJ, Aaronson EM, Chambers T, Cyrus JW, Eldermire ERB, Norton MJ . (2021). “Racial, gender, sexual, and disability identities of the Journal of the Medical Library Association’s editorial board, reviewers, and authors.” Journal of the Medical Library Association , 109(2): 167-17.
Batten J, Brackett A . (2021). " Ensuring the rigor in systematic reviews: Part 3, the value of the search ." Heart Lung , 50(2), 220-222.
Batten J, Brackett A. (2021). “Ensuring rigor in systematic reviews: Part 5, quality appraisal, data extraction, synthesis.” Heart and Lung, 50(5): 615-617.
Bewersdorf JP, Allen C, Mirza AS, Grimshaw AA , Giri S, Podoltsev NA, Gowda L, Cho C, Tallman MS, Zeidan AM, Stahl M. (2021). " Hypomethylating agents and FLT3 inhibitors as maintenance treatment for acute myeloid leukemia and myelodysplastic syndrome after allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation-a systematic review and meta-analysis." Transplant Cell Ther, 27(12):997.e1-997.e11.
Bewersdorf JP, Sheth AH, Vetsa S, Grimshaw A , Giri S, Podoltsev NA, Gowda L, Tamari R, Tallman MS, Rampal RK, Zeidan AM, Stahl M. (2021). " Outcomes of allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplantation in patients with myelofibrosis - a systematic review and meta-analysis. " Transplant Cell Ther. S2666-6367(21)00935-0.
Brackett A, Batten J . (2021). " Ensuring the rigor in systematic reviews: Part 4, screening the results. " Heart Lung, 50(2), 182-184.
Cabrera DM, Diaz MM, Grimshaw A , Salvartierra J, Garcia P, Hsieh E. (2021). " Aging with HIV in Latin America and the Caribbean: a systematic review. " Curr HIV/AIDS Rep.
Cerdeña JP, Rivera LM, Spak JM . (2021). "Intergenerational trauma in Latinxs: A scoping review." Soc Sci Med , 270, 113662.
Chandran RR, Xie Y, Gallardo-Vara E, Adams T, Garcia-Milian R , Kabir I, Sheikh AQ, Kaminski N, Martin KA, Herzog EL, Greif DM. "Distinct roles of KLF4 in mesenchymal cell subtypes during lung fibrogenesis. " Nat Commun, 12(1):7179.
Chao GF, Emlaw J, Chiu AS, Yang J, Thumma J, Brackett A , Pei KY. (2021). " Asian American Pacific Islander representation in outcomes research: NSQIP scoping review ." Journal of the American College of Surgeons .
Charkoftaki G, Golla JP, Santos-Neto A, Orlicky DJ, Garcia-Milian R , Chen Y, Rattray NJW, Cai Y, Wang Y, Shern CT, Mironova V, Wang Y, Johnson CH, Thompson DC, Vasiliou V. (2021). "Identification of dose-dependent DNA damage and repair responses from subchronic exposure to 1,4-dioxane in mice using a systems analysis approach." Toxicol Sci.
Chhoda A, Dawod SM, Grimshaw A , Mahadev S. (2021). " ID: 3526872 Diagnostic yield of endosonographic characterization of asymptomatic biliary dilation: a systematic review and metanalysis. " Gastrointestinal Endoscopy . 93 (6 Suppl.): AB256-AB257.
Chhoda A, Dawod S, Grimshaw A, Gunderson C, Mahadev S. (2021). "Evaluation of diagnostic yield of EUS among patients with asymptomatic common bile duct dilation: systematic review and meta-analysis." Gastrointest Endosc, 94(5):890-901.e8.
Conway R, Grimshaw AA , Konig MF, Putman M, Duarte-García A, Tseng LY, Cabrera DM, Chock YPE, Degirmenci HB, Duff E, Egeli BH, Graef ER, Gupta A, Harkins P, Hoyer BF, Jayatilleke A, Jin S, Kasia C, Khilnani A, Kilian A, Kim AH, Lin CMA, Low C, Proulx L, Sattui SE, Singh N, Sparks JA, Tam H, Ugarte-Gil MF, Ung N, Wang K, Wise LM, Yang Z, Young KJ, Liew JW, Grainger R, Wallace ZS, Hsieh E; COVID-19 Global Rheumatology Alliance. (2021). " SARS-CoV-2 Infection and COVID-19 Outcomes in Rheumatic Disease: A Systematic Literature Review And Meta-Analysis. " Arthritis Rheumatol.
Davlidova S, Haley-Johnson Z, Nyhan K, Farooq A, Vermund SH, Ali S. (2021). "Prevalence of HIV, HCV and HBV in Central Asia and the Caucasus: A systematic review." Int J Infect Dis, 104:510-525.
Ellingson MK, Shi X, Skydel JJ, Nyhan K , Lehman R, Ross JS, Wallach JD. (2021). "Publishing at any cost: a cross-sectional study of the amount that medical researchers spend on open access publishing each year." BMJ Open, 11(2):e047107.
Farheen SA, Gupta A, Dhar R, Patadia P, Funaro MC , Bhattacharya Gi, Tampi RR. (2021) " A systematic review of ketamine for the treatment of depression among older adults. " The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 29(4): S93-S96.
Furnary T, Garcia-Milian R , Liew Z, Whirledge S, Vasiliou V. (2021). "In silico exploration of the potential role of acetaminophen and pesticides in the etiology of autism spectrum disorder." Toxic, 9(5): 97.
Ferrara M, Funaro MC , Vacca F, Kusmann F, Tedeschini E, Galeazzi GM, Scattoni ML, Starace F. (2021). "The cost of caring during recent epidemics: a rapid review of risk factors, psychological manifestations, and strategies for its treatment." Annali dell'Istituto Superiore di Sanità, 57(1): 1-7.
Gallegos C, Oikonomou EK, Grimshaw A , Gulati M, Young BD, Miller EJ. (2021). “ Non-steroidal treatment of cardiac sarcoidosis: A systematic review .” IJC Heart and Vasculature . 34.
Grafe M . (2021). “ Treating the digital disease: the role of digital and physical primary sources in undergraduate teaching. ” RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage , 22(1): 25-32.
Gruenbaum BF, Sandhu MRS, Bertasi RAO, Bertasi TGO, Schonwald A, Kurup A, Gruenbaum SE, Freedman IG, Funaro MC , Blumenfeld H. (2021). " Absence seizures and their relationship to depression and anxiety: evidence for bidirectionality ." Epilepsia, 62(5): 1041-56.
Gupta A, Joshi P, Bhattacharya G, Lehman M, Funaro MC , Tampi DJ, Tampi RR. (2021). "Is there evidence for using anticonvulsants in the prevention and/or treatment of delirium among older adults?" International psychogeriatrics, 29(4): 1-15.
Haugh D . (2021). " Communicating with medical library users during COVID-19 ." Journal of the Medical Library Association , 109(1), 107–111.
Haugh D . (2021). " Resource discovery for the twenty-first century library: case studies and perspectives on the role of IT in user engagement and empowerment ." (Book Review). Journal of the Medical Library Association, 109(1), 157–158.
Haugh D . (2021). "Marketing and social media: a guide for libraries, archives, and museums." Journal of the Medical Library Association , 109(4).
Holleck JL, Roberts AE, Marhoffer EA, Grimshaw AA , Gunderson CG. (2021). " Risk of intestinal necrosis with sodium polystyrene sulfonate: a systematic review and meta-analysis. J Hosp Med , 16(8):489-494.
Ibrahim EY, Domenicano I, Nyhan K , Elfil M, Mougalian SS, Cartmel B, Ehrlich BE. (2021). " Cognitive effects and depression associated with taxane-based chemotherapy in breast cancer survivors: a meta-analysis. " Front Oncol, 11:642382.
Janmohamed K, Walter N, Nyhan K , Khoshnood K, Tucker JD, Sangngam N, Altice FL, Ding Q, Wong A, Schwitzky ZM, Bauch CT, De Choudhury M, Papakyriakopoulos O, Kumar N. (2021). " Interventions to mitigate COVID-19 misinformation: a systematic review and meta-analysis. " J Health Commun , 26(12):846-857.
Jordan G, Grazioplene R, Florence A, Hammer P, Funaro MC , Davidson L, & Bellamy CD. (2021). "Generativity among persons providing or receiving peer or mutual support: A scoping review. " Psychiatric rehabilitation journal.
Jordan A, Mathis M, Haeny A, Funaro MC , Paltin D, Ransome Y. (2021). "An evaluation of opioid use in black communities: a rapid review of the literature." Harvard Review of Psychiatry , 29(2): 108-30.
Joudrey PJ, Howell BA, Nyhan K , Moravej A, Doernberg M, Ross JS, Wang EA. (2021). " Reporting of substance use treatment quality in United States adult drug courts ." Int J Drug Policy , 90:103050.
Kir D, Shapero K, Chatterjee S, Grimshaw A , Oddleifson A, Spatz ES, Goldsweig AM, Desai NR. (2021). "Effect of institutional transcatheter aortic valve replacement volume on mortality: A systematic review and meta-analysis." Catheter Cardiovasc Interv.
Ko CJ, Kim R, Fortin AHt, Spak JM , Hafler JP. (2021). "Relationship-centered care in the physician-patient interaction: improving your understanding of metacognitive interventions ." Cutis , 107(6), 320-324.
Kremer C, Jiang R, Singh A, Sukys J, Brackett A , Kohli N. (2021). "Factors affecting posterior glottic stenosis surgery outcomes: systematic review and meta-analysis. " Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology .
Kumar N, Janmohamed K, Nyhan K , Forastiere L, Zhang WH, Kågesten A, Uhlich M, Sarpong Frimpong A, Van de Velde S, Francis JM, Erausquin JT, Larrson E, Callander D, Scott J, Minichiello V, Tucker J. (2021). " Sexual health (excluding reproductive health, intimate partner violence and gender-based violence) and COVID-19: a scoping review. " Sex Transm Infect, 97(6):402-410.
Kumar N, Oles W, Howell BA, Janmohamed K, Lee ST, Funaro MC , O'Connor PG, Alexander M. (2021). "The role of social network support in treatment outcomes for medication for opioid use disorder: a systematic review." Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 127: 108367.
Laera E, Gutzman K, Spencer A, Beyer C, Bolore S, Gallagher J , Pidgeon S, Rodriguez R. (2021). " Why are they not accessing it? User barriers to clinical information access." J Med Libr Assoc., 109(1):126-132.
Lerner MZ, Bourdillon AT, Dai F, Brackett A , Kohli N. (2021). "Safety considerations for esophageal dilation by anesthetic type: A systematic review ." Am J Otolaryngol, 42(5):103128.
Litwan K, Tran V, Nyhan K , Pérez-Escamilla R. (2021) "How do breastfeeding workplace interventions work?: a realist review." Int J Equity Health, 20(1):148.
Long AS, Zhang AD, Meyer CE , Egilman AC, Ross JS, Wallach JD. (2021). "Evaluation of trials comparing single-enantiomer drugs to their racemic precursors: a systematic review." JAMA Netw Open, 4(5):e215731.
McNamara KF, Biondi BE, Hernández-Ramírez RU, Taweh N, Grimshaw AA , Springer SA. (2021). "A systematic review and meta-analysis of studies evaluating the effect of medication treatment for opioid use disorder on infectious disease outcomes." Open Forum Infect Dis, 8(8):ofab289.
Mannheimer S, Newman S , Coates HL, Rinehart A. (2021). " Special Issue: 2020 Research Data Access and Preservation Summit. " Journal of eScience Librarianship, 10(1): e1197.
Nam S, Griggs S, Ash, GI, Dunton GF, Huang S, Batten J, Parekh N, Whittemore R. (2021). “Ecological momentary assessment for health behaviors and contextual factors in persons with diabetes: a systematic review. ” Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice . 174: Article 108745.
Norton MJ. (2021). “Cannabis in Medicine: An Evidence-Based Approach.” (Book Review). Journal of the Medical Library Association , 109(2): 345.
Nyhan K, Grossetta Nardini HK . (2021). " Evidence synthesis papers would benefit from segmented peer review. " Transl Oncol, 14(5):101060.
Ordway MR, Condon EM, Ibrahim BB, Abel EA, Funaro MC , Batten J , Sadler LS, Redeker NS (2021). “A systematic review of the association between sleep health and stress biomarkers in children.” Sleep Medicine Reviews , 59, Article 101494.
Pagura EJ, Kirschenbaum A, Grimshaw A , Zinman LN, Vanni AJ, Cavallo JA. (2021). "The evolution of colonic mucosa use in urethral reconstruction." Urology .
Sandhu MRS, Gruenbaum BF, Gruenbaum SE, Dhaher R, Deshpande K, Funaro MC , Lee T-SW, Zaveri HP, Eid T. (2021). " Astroglial glutamine synthetase and the pathogenesis of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy. " Frontiers in Neurology, 12: 534.
Schulman-Green D, Feder SL, Dionne-Odom JN, Batten J , En Long VJ, Harris Y, Wilpers A, Wong T, Whittemore R. (2021). “Family caregiver support of patient self-management during chronic, life-limiting illness: A qualitative metasynthesis.” Journal of Family Nursing, 27(1): 55-72.
Segura-Pérez S, Hromi-Fiedler A, Adnew M, Nyhan K , Pérez-Escamilla R. (2021). " Impact of breastfeeding interventions among United States minority women on breastfeeding outcomes: a systematic review. " Int J Equity Health, 20(1):72.
Taggart T, Ritchwood TD, Nyhan K , Ransome Y. " Messaging matters: achieving equity in the HIV response through public health communication ." Lancet HIV, 8(6):e376-e386.
Thompson B, Chen Y, Davidson EA, Garcia-Milian R , Golla JP, Apostolopoulos N, Orlicky DJ, Schey K, Thompson DC, Vasiliou V. (2021). " Impaired GSH biosynthesis disrupts eye development, lens morphogenesis and PAX6 function. " Ocul Surf, 22:190-203.
Tiegs AW, Titus S, Mehta S, Garcia-Milian R , Seli E, Scott RT Jr. (2021). "Cumulus cells of euploid versus whole chromosome 21 aneuploid embryos reveal differentially expressed genes. " Reprod Biomed Online, 43(4):614-626.
Titus S, Szymanska KJ, Musul B, Turan V, Taylan E, Garcia-Milian R , Mehta S, Oktay K. (2021). "Individual-oocyte transcriptomic analysis shows that genotoxic chemotherapy depletes human primordial follicle reserve in vivo by triggering proapoptotic pathways without growth activation." Sci Rep, 11(1): 407.
Tran AN, Wang M, Hundt M, Chugh R, Ohm J, Grimshaw A , Ciarleglio M, Hung KW, Proctor DD, Price CC, Laine L, Al-Bawardy B. (2021). "Immune checkpoint inhibitor-associated diarrhea and colitis: a systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies." J Immunother, 44(8):325-334.
Vitalis D, Vilar-Compte M, Nyhan K , Pérez-Escamilla R. (2021). "Breastfeeding inequities in South Africa: Can enforcement of the WHO Code help address them? - A systematic scoping review." Int J Equity Health, 20(1):114.
Wilpers A, Bahtiyar MO, Stitelman D, Batten J , Calix RX, Chase V, Yung N, Maassel N, Novick, G. (2021). “The parental journey of fetal care: A systematic review and metasynthesis.” American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology . 3(3):100320.
Wu B, Arslanian KJ, Nyhan K, Taylor S, Shabanova V, Muasau-Howard B, Hawley NL. (2021). "Preterm birth among Pacific Islander women and related perinatal outcomes: a scoping review protocol." BMJ Open, 11(11):e050483.
Wu X, Khunte M, Payabvash S, Zhu C, Brackett A , Matouk CC, Gandhi D, Sanelli P, Malhotra A. (2021). "Outcomes after thrombectomy for minor stroke: a meta-analysis." World Neurosurg, 149:e1140-e1154.
Zakko A, Zakko L, Grimshaw AA, Laine L. (2021). " Antiplatelet monotherapy is associated with an increased risk of bleeding after endoscopic sphincterotomy ." Dig Dis Sci.
Zhang X, McDonald JG, Aryal B, Canfrán-Duque A, Goldberg EL, Araldi E, Ding W, Fan Y, Thompson BM, Singh AK, Li Q, Tellides G, Ordovás-Montanes J, García Milian R , Dixit VD, Ikonen E, Suárez Y, Fernández-Hernando C. (2021). " Desmosterol suppresses macrophage inflammasome activation and protects against vascular inflammation and atherosclerosis." Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A , 118(47):e2107682118.
Zhao X, Tian L, Brackett A , Dai F, Xu J, Meng L. (2021). " Classification and differential effectiveness of goal-directed hemodynamic therapies in surgical patients: A network meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. " J Crit Care, 61, 152-161.
Adjei N, Lynn A, Grimshaw A, Brault M, Vash-Margita A (2020). "81. Recurrent labial hair thread tourniquet syndrome in an adolescent girl: a systematic review and case report." Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology , 33(214).
Ahsan MK, Figueroa-Hall L, Baratta V, Garcia-Milian R , Lam TT, Hoque K, Salas PJ, Ameen NA. (2020). “Glucocorticoids and serum- and glucocorticoid-inducible kinase 1 are potent regulators of cftr in the native intestine: implications for stress-induced diarrhea.” American Journal of Physiology-Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology , 319: G121-G132.
Annapureddy AR, Angraal S, Caraballo C, Grimshaw A , Huang C, Mortazavi BJ, Krumholz HM. (2020). "The National Institutes of Health funding for clinical research applying machine learning techniques in 2017." npj Digital Medicine , 3(13).
Arora T, Martin M, Grimshaw A , Mansour S, Wilson F. (2020). "Prediction of outcomes after acute kidney injury in hospitalised patients: protocol for a systematic review. " BMJ Open ,10:e042035.
Batten J. (2020). " Partnering with librarians. " Journal of Pediatric Healthcare, 34(1): 1.
Brackett A and Batten J . (2020) "Ensuring the rigor in systematic reviews: Part 1, the overview." Heart Lung.
Brackett A and Batten J. (2020) "Ensuring the rigor in systematic reviews: Part 2, preparation is key: The question and the protocol." Heart Lung.
Burman A, Garcia-Milian R , Whirledge S. (2020) “ Gene X environment: the cellular environment governs the transcriptional response to environmental chemicals.” Human Genomics , 14: 19.
Casilla-Lennon M, Grimshaw A, Cavallo J. (2020). “The evolving focus on surgeon pregnancy by the medical community.” Journal of Urology , 203(Supplement 4): e293.
Chase D and Haugh D . (Eds.) (2020). Open praxis, open access: digital scholarship in action . Chicago, IL: ALA Editions.
Chhoda A, Singh S, Sheth AH, Grimshaw A , Farrell JJ. (2020). "Long-term surveillance of low-risk presumed mucinous cysts: a systematic review and meta-analysis." Gastroenterology . 158(6 Supplement 1):S-599.
Conte M, Gallagher J , Holmes K, Jaguszewski J, Kern B, Rethlefsen M, Seymour A (2020). “Answering the call: academic health sciences libraries and COVID-19. ” National Library of Medicine.
Corcoran KL, Bastian LA, Gunderson CG, Steffens C, Brackett A , Lisi AJ. (2020). "Association between chiropractic use and opioid receipt among patients with spinal pain: a systematic review and meta-analysis." Pain Med , 21 (2):e139-e145.
Coupet E, Dodington J, Brackett A , Vaca F.E. (2020). " Emergency department screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment of substance use in victims of community violence: a systematic review." Academic Emergency Medicine , 27(Supplement 1):S262.
Deary EC, Ross JS, Nyhan K , Wallach JD. (2020). "Conflicts of interest among authors of published cannabidiol articles, 2014–2019." Annals of Internal Medicine, 172(11):769-771.
Gallegos C, Oikonomou EK, Grimshaw A , Gulati M, Young BD, Miller EJ. (2021). “Non-steroidal treatment of cardiac sarcoidosis: A systematic review.” IJC Heart and Vasculature. 34.
Giri S, Aryal MR, Yu H, Grimshaw A , Pathak R, Huntington SP, Dhakal, B. (2020) “Efficacy and safety of frontline regimens for older transplant-ineligible patients with multiple myeloma: A systematic review and meta-analysis." Journal of Geriatric Oncology.
Giri S, Grimshaw A , Dimopoulos M, Mateos MV, Usmani S, Facon T, Moreau P, Bdjulbegovic B, Costa L. (2020). “Impact of daratumumab in the treatment of multiple myeloma according to cytogenetic risk.” HemaSphere , 4, 432.
Grafe M , Hirsch D, Landis B, Powell S. (2020). " Support services at Yale University for teaching with primary sources: an exploration of instructor rationales and needs ." Library Staff Publications, EliScholar.
Griggs S, Conley S, Batten J , and Grey M. (2020). “A systematic review and meta-analysis of behavioral sleep interventions for adolescents and emerging adults.” Sleep Medicine Reviews , 54(101356).
Gul B, Shah T, Head SJ, Chieffo A, Hu X, Li F, Brackett A , Gesick C, Bisarya PK, Lansky A. (2020). "Revascularization options for females with multivessel coronary artery disease: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials." JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions , 13(8):1009-1010.
Gunderson CR, Bilan VP, Holleck JL, Nickerson P, Cherry BM, Chui P, Bastian, L, Grimshaw AA , Rodwin BA. (2020). “Prevalence of harmful diagnostic errors in hospitalised adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis.” BMJ Quality & Safety .
Gupta A, Dhar R, Patadia P, Funaro M , Bhattacharya G, Farheen SA, & Tampi RR. (2020). “A systematic review of ketamine for the treatment of depression among older adults.” International psychogeriatrics , 1-13.
Gupta A, Bhattacharya G, Farheen SA, Funaro M, Balasubramaniam M, Young J, Tampi RR. (2020). “Systematic review of benzodiazepines for anxiety disorders in late life.” Annals of clinical psychiatry, 32(2): 114-127.
Harper A, Ginapp C, Bardelli T, Grimshaw A , Justen M, Mohamedali A, Thomas I, Puglisi L. (2020). "Debt, incarceration, and re-entry: a scoping review." American Journal of Criminal Justice.
Hassan S, Nguyen M, Buchanan M, Grimshaw A , Adams OP, Hassell T, et al (2020). " Management of chronic noncommunicable diseases after natural disasters in the caribbean: A scoping review." Health Affairs , 39, 2136-2143.
Hoff E, Adams Z, Grimshaw A , Goddard-Eckrich DA, Dasgupta A, Sheth SS, Meyer JP. (2020). “Reproductive life goals: a systematic review of pregnancy planning intentions, needs, and interventions among women involved in US criminal justice systems.” Journal of Women’s Health.
Hope MO, Taggart T, Galbraith-Gyan KV, Nyhan K. (2020) "Black Caribbean emerging adults: a systematic review of religion and health." Journal of Religion and Health , 59(1): 431-451.
Kandel-Kfir M, Garcia-Milan R , Gueta I, Lubitz I, Ben-Zvi I, Shaish A, Shir L, Harats D, Mahajan M, Canaan A, Kamari Y. (2020). "IFNγ potentiates TNFα/TNFR1 signaling to induce FAT10 expression in macrophages." Molecular Immunology , 117: 101-109.
Kapoor R, Wasser TD, Funaro MC , Norko MA. (2020). " Hospital treatment of persons found not guilty by reason of insanity. " Behav Sci Law , 38: 426– 440.
Kir D, Shapero K, Chatterjee S, Grimshaw A , Oddleifson A, Spatz E, Goldsweig A, Desai NR (2020). "Effect of institutional trans-catheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) volume on mortality: a systematic review and meta-analysis." Journal of the American College of Cardiology , 75 (11):1415.
Klemen ND, Feingold PL, Hashimoto B, Wang M, Kleyman S, Brackett A , Gross CP, Pei KY. (2020). "Mortality risk associated with venous thromboembolism: a systematic review and Bayesian meta-analysis." Lancet Haematology , 7(8):e583-e593.
Kotlyar A, Grechukhina O, Chen A, Popkhadze S, Grimshaw A , Tal O, Taylor HS, Tal R. (2020). “Vertical Transmission of Covid-19: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.” American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Luna AVO, Johnson R, Funaro M , Canarie MF, & Pierce RW. (2020). “Methylene blue for refractory shock in children: a systematic review and survey practice analysis.” Pediatric critical care medicine , 21(6):e378-e386.
Luo X, Guo X, Tan Y, Zhang Y, Garcia-Milian R , Wang Z, Shi J, Yu T, Ji J, Wang X, et al. (2020) “Ktn1 variants and risk for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.” American Journal of Medical Genetics, Part B, Neuropsychiatric Genetics, 183, 234-244.
Maitoza LA, Neeman E, Funaro M , Pierce RW. (2020) " Relevance of microvascular flow assessments in critically ill neonates and children: a systematic review. " Pediatr Crit Care Med, Apr;21(4): 373-384.
Meyer C, Pierre J, Harper T, Ravaei K, Worsham D. Schaub, G. & McClure, H. (2020) "More than an internship: a student-led learning community for instructional design." (Book Chapter). In Engaging Students through Campus Libraries: High-Impact Learning Models . Eds. Schaub B and McClure H.
Milano MT, Chiang VLS, Soltys SG, Wang TJC, Lo SS, Brackett A , Nagpal S, Chao S, Garg AK, Jabbari S, Halasz LM, Gephart MH, Knisely JPS, Sahgal A, Chang EL. (2020). "Executive summary from American Radium Society's appropriate use criteria on neurocognition after stereotactic radiosurgery for multiple brain metastases." Neuro Oncol.
Pagura EJ, Kirschenbaum A, Grimshaw A , Zinman LN, Vanni AJ, Cavallo JA. (2021). " The evolution of colonic mucosa use in urethral reconstruction." Urology . 149:21-23.
Panagiotoglou D, McCracken R, Lavergne MR, Strumpf EC, Gomes T, Fischer B, Brackett A , Johnson C, Kendall P. (2020). " Evaluating the intended and unintended consequences of opioid-prescribing interventions on primary care in British Columbia, Canada: protocol for a retrospective population-based cohort study." BMJ Open, 10(11):e038724. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2020-038724. PMID: 33154053; PMCID: PMC7646336.
Payabvash S, Brackett A , Forghani R, Malhotra A. (2020). "Differentiation of lymphomatous, metastatic, and non-malignant lymphadenopathy in the neck with quantitative diffusion-weighted imaging: systematic review and meta-analysis." Neuroradiology , 61(8):897-910.
Rodwin BA, Bilan VP, Merchant NB, Steffens CG, Grimshaw AA , Bastian LA, Gunderson CG. (2020). " Rate of preventable mortality in hospitalized patients: a systematic review and meta-analysis. " Journal of General Internal Medicine .
- Seval N, Wurcel A, Gunderson C, Grimshaw A , Springer S. “The impact of medications for opioid use disorder on Hepatitis C incidence among incarcerated persons: a systematic review.” Infectious Disease Clinics of North America . 34(3): 559-584.
Shen LL, Ahluwalia A, Sun M, Young BK, Grossetta Nardini HK , Del Priore LV. (2020). “Long-term natural history of atrophy in eyes with choroideremia: a systematic review and meta-analysis of individual-level data.” Ophthalmology Retina , 4(8):840-852.
Shen LL, Ahluwalia A, Sun M, Young BK, Grossetta Nardini HK , Del Priore LV. (2020). “Long-term natural history of visual acuity in eyes with choroideremia: a systematic review and meta-analysis of data from 1004 individual eyes.” British Journal of Ophthalmology.
Shen LL, Sun M, Grossetta Nardini HK , Del Priore LV. (2020). “Progression of unifocal versus multifocal geographic atrophy in age-related macular degeneration: a systematic review and meta-analysis." Ophthalmology Retina, S2468-6530(20)30122-6.
Shen LL, Sun M, Khetpal S, Grossetta Nardini HK , Del Priore LV. (2020). “Topographic variation of the growth rate of geographic atrophy in nonexudative age-related macular degeneration: a systematic review and meta-analysis." Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science , 61(1):2.
Smiley SL, Milburn NG, Nyhan K , Taggart T. (2020). " A systematic review of recent methodological approaches for using ecological momentary assessment to examine outcomes in US-based HIV research." Current HIV/AIDS Reports , 1-10.
Steffens C, Sung M, Bastian LA, Edelman EJ, Brackett A , Gunderson CG. (2020). "The association between prescribed opioid receipt and community-acquired pneumonia in adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis." J Gen Intern Med, 35(11), 3315-3322.
Sun Y, Mironova V, Chen Y, Lundh EPF, Zhang Q, Cai Y, Vasiliou V, Zhang Y, Garcia-Milian R , Khan SA, Johnson CH. (2020). "Molecular pathway analysis indicates a distinct metabolic phenotype in women with right-sided colon cancer." Translational Oncology , 13(1): 42-56.
Taggart T, Milburn NG, Nyhan K , Ritchwood TD. (2020). "Utilizing a life course approach to examine HIV risk for black adolescent girls and young adult women in the United States: a systematic review of recent literature." Ethnicity & Disease , 30(2): 277.
Tran AN, Hundt M, Wang M, Ohm J, Chugh R, Grimshaw A, Hung KW, Laine L, Al-Bawardy B. (2020). "Immune checkpoint inhibitor-associated diarrhea and colitis: a systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies." Gastroenterology , 158, S-1160.
Tuakli-Wosornu YA, Sun Q, Gentry M , Ona Ayala KE, Doolan FC, Ottesen TD, Caldwell B, Naushad N, Huang P, Kirby S. (2020). "Non-accidental harms ('abuse') in athletes with impairment ('para athletes'): a state-of-the-art review." Br J Sports Med , 54(3):129-138.
Viera A, Bromberg DJ, Whittaker S, Refsland BM, Stanojlović M, Nyhan K , Altice FL. (2020). " Adherence to and retention in medications for opioid use disorder among adolescents and young adults." Epidemiologic Reviews.
Wallach JD, Wang K, Zhang AD, Cheng D, Grossetta Nardini HK , Lin H, Bracken MB, Desai M, Krumholz HM, Ross JS. (2020). " Updating insights into rosiglitazone and cardiovascular risk through shared data: individual patient and summary level meta-analyses. " BMJ
Wang K, Grossetta Nardini H , Post L, Edwards T, Nunez-Smith M, Brandt C. (2020). “Information loss in harmonizing granular race and ethnicity data: descriptive study of standards.” J Med Internet Res , 22(7):e14591.
Wu X, Khunte M, Payabvash S, Zhu C, Brackett A , Matouk CC, Gandhi D, Sanelli P, Malhotra A. (2020). " Outcomes after thrombectomy for minor stroke: a meta-analysis. " World Neurosurg .
Zhao X, Zhang L, Brackett A , Dai F, Xu J, Meng L. (2020). "Hemodynamic management and surgical site infection: Network meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials." J Clin Anesth, 67:110021.
Zohrabian VM, Staib LH, Castillo M, Wang L . (2020) "Scientific collaboration across time and space: bibliometric analysis of the American Journal of Neuroradiology, 1980-2018. " American Journal of Neuroradiology, 41(5): 766-771.
- Alofe O, Kisanga E, Inayat-Hussain SH, Fukumura M, Garcia-Milian R, Perera L, Vasiliou V, Whirledge S. (2019) “Determining the endocrine disruption potential of industrial chemicals using an integrative approach: public databases, in vitro exposure, and modeling receptor interactions.” Environment International, 131, 104969.
- Bardia A, Blitz D, Dai F, Hersey D , Jinadasa S, Tickoo M, and Schonberger RB. (2019) “Preoperative chlorhexidine mouthwash to reduce pneumonia after cardiac surgery: a systematic review and meta-analysis.” Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery.
- Batten J and Brackett A (2019). "NER Hospital Librarians: Resources for Nursing and Allied Health Care Professionals ( MS #1081)" . National Network of Libraries of Medicine New England Region (NNLM NER).
- Biroscak BJ, Pantalon MV, Dziura JD, Hersey DP , and Vaca FE. (2019) “Use of non-face-to-face modalities for emergency department screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (ED-SBIRT) for high-risk alcohol use: A scoping review.” Substance Abuse , 40(1): 20-32.
- Chaney C, Lopez M, Wiley KS, Meyer C , Valeggia C. (2019) "Systematic review of chronic discrimination and changes in biology during pregnancy among African American women." Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities , 6(6):1208–1217.
- Charkoftaki G, Thompson D, Engel J, Golla JP, Garcia-Milian R , Lam T, and Vasiliou V. (2019) “Integrated multi-omics approach reveals a role of ALDH1A1 in lipid metabolism in human colon cancer cells.” Chemico-Biological Interactions , 304: 88-96.
- Chen Y, Golla S, Garcia-Milian R , Thompson DP, Gonzalez FJ, and Vasiliou V. (2019) “Hepatic metabolic adaptation in a murine model of glutathione deficiency.” Chemo-Biological Interactions , 303: 1-6
- Chen Y, Manna SK, Golla S, Krausz KW, Cai Y, Garcia-Milian R , Chakraborty T, Chakraborty J, Chatterjee R, Thompson DC, et al. (2019) “Glutathione deficiency-elicited reprogramming of hepatic metabolism protects against alcohol-induced steatosis.” Free Radical Biology and Medicine, 143, 127-139.
- Conley S, Knies A, Batten J , Ash G, Miner B, Hwang Y, Jeon S, Hwang Y, and Redeker NS. (2019) “Agreement between actigraphic and polysomnographic measures of sleep in adults with and without chronic conditions: a systematic review and meta-analysis.” Sleep Medicine Reviews , 46: 151-160.
- Funaro MC, Rojiani R, and Norton MJ . (2019) “Improving community well-being through collaborative initiatives at a medic al library.” Journal of the Medical Library Association , 107(3): 425.
- Geng B, Brackett A , Wu X, and Malhotra A. (2019) “Meta-analysis of recent literature on utility of follow-up imaging in isolated perimesencephalic hemorrhage.” Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery , 180: 111-116.
- Giri S, Grimshaw A, Bal S, Godby K, Kharel P, Djulbegovic B, Dimopoulos M, Facon T, Usmani SZ, Mateos MV, Costa LJ. “Evaluation of daratumumab for the treatment of multiple myeloma in patients with high-risk cytogenetic factors: a systematic review and meta-analysis.” JAMA Oncology . 6(11):1759-1765.
- Giri S, Aryal MR, Yu H, Grimshaw A , Pathak R, Huntington SF, Dhakal B. (2019) "Evaluation of efficacy and safety of front-line regimens for the treatment of transplant ineligible patients with multiple myeloma: network meta-analysis of phase 2/3 randomized controlled trials." Blood , 134(S1): 2188.
- Gnanapandithan K, Kharel P, Grimshaw A , Giri S. (2019) "Hematologic immune-related adverse events from immune checkpoint inhibitors: a systematic review of case-reports and case-series." Blood , 134(S1): 3606.
- Grafe M. (2019) “Yale digitizes medieval and renaissance medical and scientific manuscripts.” Watermark , 42(2): 22-24.
- Grafe M . (2019) “The Medical Heritage library Flickr: over 2.2 million images available online!” Watermark , 42(2): 24-25.
- Grossetta Nardini HK, Batten J, Funaro MC, Garcia-Milian R, Nyhan K, Spak JM, Wang L , and Glover J. (2019) "Librarians as methodological peer reviewers for systematic reviews: results of an online survey." Research Integrity Peer Review , 4(23).
- Gruenbaum SE, Chen EC, Sandhu MRS, Deshpande K, Dhaher R, Hersey D , and Eid T. (2019) “Branched-chain amino acids and seizures: a systematic review of the literature.” CNS Drugs , 33(8): 755-770.
- Gunderson CG, Bilan VP, Holleck JL, Nickerson P, Cherry BM, Chui P, Bastian LA, Grimshaw AA , Rodwin BA. (2020). “ Prevalence of harmful diagnostic errors in hospitalised adults: A systematic review and meta-analysis.” BMJ Quality and Safety. 29 (12):1008-1018.
- Harper A, Ginapp C, Bardelli T, Grimshaw A , Justen M, Mohamedali A, Thomas I, Puglisi L. (2020). "Debt, incarceration, and re-entry: a scoping review." American Journal of Criminal Justice.
- Hassan S, Nguyen M, Buchanan M, Grimshaw A , Adams OP, Hassell T, et al (2020). "Management of chronic noncommunicable diseases after natural disasters in the caribbean: A scoping review." Health Affairs , 39, 2136-2143.
- Hope MO, Taggart T, Galbraith-Gyan KV, and Nyhan K. (2019). "Black Caribbean Emerging Adults: A Systematic Review of Religion and Health. " Journal of Religion and Health , 1-21.
- Hsiang, WR, Lukasiewicz A, Gentry M , Kim C-Y, Leslie MP, Pelker R, Forman HP, and Wiznia DH. (2019) “Medicaid patients have greater difficulty scheduling health care appointments compared with private insurance patients: a meta-analysis.” Inquiry: A Journal of Medical Care Organization, Provision and Financing , 56.
- Kharel P, Gnanapandithan K, Pandey RK, Jha S, Grimshaw A , Giri S. (2019) " Copper deficiency and cytopenia: a systematic review. " Blood , 134(S1): 5025.
- Kotlyar A, Grechukhina O, Chen A, Popkhadze S, Grimshaw A , Tal O, Taylor HS, Tal R. (2020). “Vertical Transmission of Covid-19: a systematic review and meta-analysis .” American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology . 224(1): 35-53.
- Landau S, Guo X, Velazquez H, Torres R, Olson E, Garcia-Milian R , Moeckel G, Desir GV, and Safirstein R. (2019) “Regulated necrosis and failed repair in cisplatin-induced chronic kidney disease.” Kidney International , 95(4): 797-814.
- Maitoza L, Neeman E, Funaro M , and Pierce RW. (2019) “Microcirculation dysfunction in critically ill children: A systematic review.” Shock , 51(6S1): 121.
- Mao Q, Fan L, Wang X, Lin X, Cao Y, Zheng C, Zhang Y, Zhang H, Garcia-Milian R , Kang L, et al. (2019) “Transcriptome-wide pirna profiling in human brains for aging genetic factors.” Jacobs Journal of Genetics , 4.
- Moore M, Batten J , and Lazenby M. (2019) “Sexual minority men and the experience of undergoing treatment for prostate cancer: an integrative review.” European Journal of Cancer Care .
- Nicholson J, Spak JM , Kovar-Gough I, Lorbeer ER, Adams NE. (2019) "Entrustable professional activity 7: opportunities to collaborate on evidence-based medicine teaching and assessment of medical students." BMC Medical Education , 19(1): 330.
- Norton MJ and Booss J. (2019) “Missionaries, measles, and manuscripts: revisiting the Whitman tragedy.” Journal of the Medical Library Association , 107(1): 108-113.
- Norton MJ . (2019) “Civilization and Disease.” Journal of the Medical Library Association (book review), 107(1): 115–116.
- Norton, MJ. (2019) “ 3D printing in medical libraries: a crash course in supporting innovation in health care.” Journal of the Medical Library Association , 107: 626.
- Patel KK, Mejia Munne JC, Gunness VRN, Hersey D , Alshafai N, Sciubba D, Nasser R, Gimbel D, Cheng J, and Nouri A. (2019) “Corrigendum to ‘Subacute combined degeneration of the spinal cord following nitrous oxide anesthesia: A systematic review of cases.’” Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery , 177: 123-124.
- Payabvash S, Brackett A , Forghani R, and Malhotra A. (2019) “Differentiation of lymphomatous, metastatic, and non-malignant lymphadenopathy in the neck with quantitative diffusion-weighted imaging: systematic review and meta-analysis.” Neuroradiology , 61(8): 897-910.
- Perkins AN, Inayat-Hussain SH, Deziel NC, Johnson CH, Ferguson SS, Boyles AL, Garcia-Milian R , Thompson DC, and Vasiliou V. (2019) “Evaluation of potential carcinogenicity of organic chemicals in synthetic turf crumb rubber.” Environmental Research, 169: 163-172.
- Reid EA, Kovalerchik O, Jubanyik K, Brown S, Hersey D , and Grant L. (2019) “Is palliative care cost-effective in low-income and middle-income countries? A mixed-methods systematic review.” BMJ Supportive Palliative Care , 9(2): 120-129.
- Sadruddin AFA, Ponguta LA, Zonderman AL, Wiley KS, Grimshaw A , Panter-Brick C. (2019) " How do grandparents influence child health and development? A systematic review. " Social Science and Medicine , 239.
- Sahraei M, Chaube B, Liu Y, Sun J, Kaplan A, Price NL, Ding W, Oyaghire S, Garcia-Milian R , Mehta S, et al. (2019) “Suppressing mir-21 activity in tumor-associated macrophages promotes an antitumor immune response.” Journal of Clinical Investigation , 129, 5518-5536
- Shah T, Gul B, Head S, Abbott JD, Chieffo A, Baumbach A, Hu X, Li F, Brackett A , Gesick C, Bisarya P, Mehran R, Grines C, Geirsson A, Mehilli J, and Lansky A. (2019) "TCT-237 revascularization options for women with coronary artery disease: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials." Journal of the American College of Cardiology , 74 (13 Supplement):B236.
- Shen L, Liu F, Grossetta Nardini HK , and Del Priore LV. (2019) “Natural history of autosomal recessive stargardt disease in untreated eyes: a systematic review and meta-analysis of study- and individual-level data.” Ophthalmology , 126(9): 1288-1296.
- Shen LL, Liu F, Nardini HG , and Del Priore LV. (2019) “Reclassification of fundus autofluorescence patterns surrounding geographic atrophy based on progression rate: a systematic review and meta-analysis.” Retina , 39(10): 1829-1839.
- Shen LL, Liu F, Grossetta Nardini HK , and Del Priore LV. (2019) “Fellow eye status is a biomarker for the progression rate of geographic atrophy: a systematic review and meta-analysis.” Ophthalmology Retina , 3(4): 305-315.
- Shung D, Simonov M, Gentry M , Au B, and Laine L. (2019) “Machine learning to predict outcomes in patients with acute gastrointestinal bleeding: a systematic review.” Digestive Diseases and Sciences , 64(8): 2078-2087.
- Sahraei M, Chaube B, Liu Y, Sun J, Kaplan A, Price NL, Ding W, Oyaghire S, García-Milian R , Mehta S, Reshetnyak YK, Bahal R, Fiorina P, Glazer PM, Rimm DL, Fernández-Hernando C, Suárez Y. (2019) "Suppressing miR-21 activity in tumor-associated macrophages promotes an antitumor immune response." The Journal of Clinical Investigation , 129(12): 5518-5536.
- Van Schalkwyk SC, Hafler J, Brewer TF, Maley MA, Margolis C, McNamee L, Meyer I, Peluso MJ, Schmutz AM, Spak JM , Davies D; Bellagio Global Health Education Initiative. (2019) “Transformative learning as pedagogy for the health professions: a scoping review.” Medical Education , 53(6): 547-558.
- Annapureddy A, Minges K, Annapureddy T, Grimshaw A , Murugiah K, Curtis J, Freedman J, and Miller E. (2018) “Incidence of ventricular arrhythmias, appropriate device therapies, and mortality among patients with cardiac sarcoidosis with an implantable cardioverter defibrillator: a meta-analysis.” Circulation, 138: A15171.
- Bauce K, Fahs DB, Batten J , and Whittemore R. (2018) “Videoconferencing for management of heart failure: an integrative review.” Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 44: 45–52.
- Cheraghlou S, Otremba M, Kuo Yu P, Agogo GO, Hersey D , and Judson BL. (2018) “Prognostic value of lymph node yield and density in head and neck malignancies.” Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery, 158(6): 1016–1023.
- Garcia-Milian R , Hersey D , Vukmirovic M, and Duprilot F. (2018) “Data challenges of biomedical researchers in the age of omics.” PeerJ, 6: e5553.
- Grafe M. (2018) “Yale acquires important history of disability collection.” The Watermark, 41(2): 30–31.
- Green ML, Moeller JJ, and Spak JM . (2018) “Test-enhanced learning in health professions education: a systematic review: BEME Guide No. 48.” Medical Teacher, 40(4): 337–350.
- Horien C, Athar W, Grossetta Nardini HK , and Grunschel B. (2018) “Substance use in medical trainees: current problems and future directions.” Academic Psychiatry, 42(3): 438–439.
- Inayat-Hussain SH, Fukumura M, Muiz Aziz A, Jin CM, Jin LW, Garcia-Milian R , Vasiliou V, and Deziel NC. (2018) “Prioritization of reproductive toxicants in unconventional oil and gas operations using a multi-country regulatory data-driven hazard assessment.” Environment international, 117: 348–358.
- Lundsberg LS, Lee HC, Dueñas GV, Gregory KD, Grossetta Nardini HK , Pettker CM, Illuzzi JL, and Xu X. (2018) “Quality assurance practices in obstetric care: a survey of hospitals in California.” Obstetrics and Gynecology, 131(2): 214–223.
- Malhotra A, Wu X, Geng B, Hersey D , Gandhi D, and Sanelli P. (2018) “Management of small unruptured intracranial aneurysms: a survey of neuroradiologists.” American Journal of Neuroradiology, 39(5): 875–880.
- Mis M, Yang Y, Tanaka B, Gomis-Perez C, Liu S, Dib-Hajj F, Adi T, Garcia-Milian R , Schulman B, Dib-Hajj D, and Waxman S. (2018) “Resilience to pain: a peripheral component identified using induced pluripotent stem cells." The Journal of Neuroscience, 39(3): 382-392.
- Norton MJ, Funaro MC , and Rojani, R. (2018) “Improving healthcare professionals’ well-being through the use of therapy dogs.” Journal of Hospital Librarianship, 18(3): 203-209.
- Oldfield BJ, Muñoz N, Mcgovern MP, Funaro M , Villanueva M, Tetrault JM, and Edelman EJ. (2018) “Integration of care for HIV and opioid use disorder: a systematic review of interventions in clinical and community-based settings.” AIDS (London, England) .
- Patel KK, Mejia Munne JC, Gunness VRN, Hersey D , Alshafai N, Sciubba D, Nasser R, Gimbel D, Cheng J, and Nouri A. (2018) “Subacute combined degeneration of the spinal cord following nitrous oxide anesthesia: a systematic review of cases. ” Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery, 173: 163–168.
- Powers EM, Shiffman RN, Melnick ER, Hickner A , and Sharifi M. (2018) “Efficacy and unintended consequences of hard-stop alerts in electronic health record systems: a systematic review.” Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 25(11): 1556-1566.
- Shen L, Liu F, Grossetta Nardini H , Del Priore LV. (2018) “Natural history of geographic atrophy in untreated eyes with nonexudative age-related macular degeneration—a systematic review and meta-analysis.” Ophthalmology Retina, 2(9): 914–921.
- Tuakli-Wosornu YA, Mashkovskiy E, Ottesen T, Gentry M , Jensen D, and Webborn N. (2018) “Acute and chronic musculoskeletal injury in para sport: a critical review.” Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 29(2): 205–243.
- Vermette D, Hu P, Canarie M, Funaro M, Glover J , Balda M, and Pierce R. (2018) “Tight junction structure, function and assessment in the critically ill.” Shock, 49(6S): 82-82.
- Vermette D, Hu P, Canarie M, Funaro M, Glover J , Balda M, and Pierce RW. (2018) “Tight junction structure, function, and assessment in the critically ill: a systematic review.” Intensive Care Medicine Experimental, 6(1): 37.
- Wu C, Lee R, Lee M, e Silva A, Hsieh TH, Possoit H, Brackett A , and Lin H. (2018) “Chapter 28 - Role of Neuroinflammation in the Pathophysiology of Traumatic Brain Injury.” In Minagar A, Ed. Neuroinflammation (Second Edition), 563-578.
- Zhang L, Brackett A , Dai F, Ai Y, and Meng L. (2018) “Association of conflicts of interest with the results and conclusions of goal-directed hemodynamic therapy research: a systematic review with meta-analysis.” Intensive Care Med, 44(10): 1638-1656.
- Brandenburg MD and García-Milian R. (2017) “Interinstitutional collaboration for end-user bioinformatics training: cytoscape as a case study.” Journal of the Medical Library Association, 105(2): 179–184.
- Funaro M and Nyhan K. (2017) “Expert searching: animal experimentation, compliance, and literature searching.” Medical Library Association News: Expert Searching Column, May.
- Grafe M. (2017) “Catherine L. Thompson, patient expectations: how economics, religion and malpractice shaped therapeutics in early America.” Social History of Medicine . 30(1): 229–230.
- Guo X, Qiu W, Garcia-Milian R , Lin X, Zhang Y, Cao Y, Tan Y, Wang Z, Shi J, Wang J, Liu D, Song L, Xu Y, Wang X, Liu N, Sun T, Zheng J, Luo J, Zhang H, Xu J, Kang L, Ma C, Wang K, and Luo X. (2017) “Genome-wide significant, replicated and functional risk variants for Alzheimer’s disease.” Journal of Neural Transmission, 124(11): 1455–1471
- Husain Z, Sahgal A, De Salles A, Funaro M , Glover JG , Hayashi M, Hiraoka M, et al. (2017) “Stereotactic body radiotherapy for de novo spinal metastases: systematic review: International Stereotactic Radiosurgery Society practice guidelines.” Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine, 27(3): 295–302.
- Malhotra A, Wu X, Forman HP, Grossetta Nardini HK , Matouk CC, Gandhi D, Moore C, and Sanelli P. (2017) “Growth and rupture risk of small unruptured intracranial aneurysms: a systematic review. " Annals of Internal Medicine, 167(1): 26–33.
- Malhotra A, Wu X, Kalra VB, Grossetta Nardini HK , Liu R, Abbed KM, and Forman HP. (2017) “Utility of MRI for cervical spine clearance after blunt traumatic injury: a meta-analysis.” European Radiology, 27(3): 1148–1160.
- Mansour SG, Puthumana J, Coca SG, Gentry M , and Parikh CR. (2017) “Biomarkers for the detection of renal fibrosis and prediction of renal outcomes: a systematic review.” BMC Nephrology, 18(1): 72.
- McDougall JA, Ferucci ED, Glover J , and Fraenkel L. (2017) “Telerheumatology: a systematic review.” Arthritis Care & Research , 69(10): 1546–1557.
- Meddings J, Saint S, Krein SL, Gaies E, Reichert H, Hickner A , McNamara S, Mann JD, and Mody L. (2017) “Systematic review of interventions to reduce urinary tract infection in nursing home residents.” Journal of Hospital Medicine, 12(5): 356–368.
- Norton MJ and Rupp N , eds. (2017) Transforming Medical Library Staff for the Twenty-First Century . Lanham, Md: Rowman & Littlefield.
- Nwanyanwu K, Grossetta Nardini HK , Shaughness G, Nunez-Smith M, and Newman-Casey PA. (2017) “Systematic review of community-engaged research in ophthalmology.” Expert Review of Ophthalmology, 12(3): 233–241.
- Tsay CJ, Stratakis CA, Faucz FR, London E, Stathopoulou C, Allgauer M, Quezado M, Dagradi T , Spencer DD, Lodish M. "Harvey Cushing treated the first known patient with Carney complex." Journal of the Endocrine Society (2017) 1(10):1312-1321.
- Wong AH, Tiyyagura GK, Dodington JM, Hawkins B, Hersey D , and Auerbach MA. (2017) “Facilitating tough conversations: using an innovative simulation-primed qualitative inquiry in pediatric research.” Academic Pediatrics, 17(8): 807–813.
- Zinchuk AV, Gentry MJ , Concato J, Yaggi HK. (2017) “Phenotypes in obstructive sleep apnea: a definition, examples and evolution of approaches.” Sleep Medicine Reviews, 35: 113–123.
- Appel TA. (2016) “A woman can practice medicine: Connecticut women physicians, 1865–1920.” Connecticut History Review, 55(1): 3–33.
- Brackett A . (2016) “Tips for the First-Year Health Sciences Librarian.” Medical Reference Services Quarterly, 35(4): 454–460.
- García-Milian R. (2016) “Expert searching: biomart: A ‘one-stop shop’ datamining tool.” Medical Library Association News, 56(2): 10–11.
- Grossetta Nardini H and Wang L . (2016) “The Yale MeSH analyzer: a new tool for search refinement.” Medical Library Association News, 56(6): 6–7.
- Gruenbaum SE, Zlotnik A, Gruenbaum BF, Hersey D , and Bilotta F. (2016) “Pharmacologic neuroprotection for functional outcomes after traumatic brain injury: a systematic review of the clinical literature.” CNS Drugs, 30(9): 791–806.
- Herring P, Spak JM , Blanco M, and Love N (Eds.). (2016) “Annotated bibliography of journals for educational scholarship.” AAMC-Regional Groups on Educational Affairs: Medical Education Scholarship, Research and Evaluation (MESRE) Section .
- Munro HP and Appel TA . (2016) “Pushing the cause of women in medicine ahead: Connecticut’s women physicians during the first world war.” Connecticut History Review, 55(2): 198–222.
- Neshat-Vahid S, Pierce R, Hersey D , Raffini LJ, and Faustino EV. (2016) “Association of thrombophilia and catheterassociated thrombosis in children: a systematic review and meta-analysis.” Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis, 14(9): 1749–1758.
- Neubauer PD, Hersey D , and Leder SB. (2016) “Pharyngeal residue severity rating scales based on fiberoptic endoscopic evaluation of swallowing: a systematic review.” Dysphagia, 31(3): 352–359
- Norton HF, Tennant MR, Botero C, and García-Milian, R . (2016) “Assessment of and response to data needs of clinical and translational science researchers and beyond.” Journal of eScience Librarianship, 5(1).
- Park S, Abdi T, Gentry M , and Laine L. (2016) “Histological disease activity as a predictor of clinical relapse among patients with ulcerative colitis: a systematic review and meta-analysis.” American Journal of Gastroenterology, 111(12): 1692–1701
- Robinson AA, Jain A, Gentry M , and McNamara RL. (2016) “Left ventricular thrombi after STEMI in the primary PCI era: a systematic review and meta-analysis.” International Journal of Cardiology, 221(15): 554–559.
- Silvestri MT, Bongiovanni TR, Glover JG , and Gross CP. (2016) “Impact of price display on provider ordering: a systematic review.” Journal of Hospital Medicine, 11(1): 65–76.
- Wang L and Grossetta Nardini HK . (2016) “The Yale MeSH Analyzer: using technology to make searching more efficient.” Journal of the Medical Library Association, 104(4): 355–357.
- Zanin TZ, Hersey D , Cone DC, and Agrawal P. (2016) “Tapping into a vital resource: understanding the motivators and barriers to blood donation in sub-Saharan Africa.” African Journal of Emergency Medicine, 6(2): 70–79.
- Zuo L, García-Milian R , Guo X, Zhong C, Tan Y, Wang Z, Wang J, Wang X, Kang L, Lu L, Chiang-Shan RL, and Luo X. (2016) “Replicated risk nicotinic cholinergic receptor genes for nicotine dependence.” Genes, 7(11): 95.
- Barash P, Bieterman K, and Hersey D . (2015) “Game changers: the 20 most important anesthesia articles ever published.” Anesthesia & Analgesia, 120(3): 663–670.
- Grafe M . (2015) “Finding 19th and early 20th century materials online.” Medical Library Association News, 55(6): 1
- Le Grand Rogers R, Narvaez Y, Venkatesh AK, Fleischman W, Hall MK, Taylor RA, Hersey D , Sette L , and Melnick ER. (2015) “Improving emergency physician performance using audit and feedback: a systematic review.” American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 33(10): 1505–1514.
- Rupp N . (2015) " Review of Medlantis. " Journal of the Medical Library Association, 103(4): 240–242.
- Rupp N and Norton M . (2015) “Cool things we are doing in our library: games at the Yale medical library.” Medical Library Association News , 55(8): 14.
- Schaub JA, Coca SG, Moledina DG, Gentry M , Testani JM, and Parikh CR. (2015) “Amino-terminal pro-B-type natriuretic peptide for diagnosis and prognosis in patients with renal dysfunction: a systematic review and meta-analysis.” JACC: Heart Failure, 3(12): 977–989.
- Appel TA . (2014) “Writing women into medical history in the 1930s: Kate Campbell Hurd-Mead and ‘medical women’ of the past and present.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 88(3): 457–492.
- Hickner A (2014). “Considering drupal as a content management system.” Medical Library Association News, 54(7): 19.
- Kurup V, Dabu-Bondoc S, Senior A, Dai F, Hersey D , and Vadivelu N (2014). “Concern for pain in the pre-operative period - is the Internet being used for information by patients?” Pain Practice, 14(2): E69–E75.
- Lyon JA, García-Milian R , Norton HF, and Tennant MR (2014). “ The use of Research Electronic Data Capture (REDCap) software to create a database of librarian-mediated literature searches.” Medical Reference Services Quarterly, 33(3): 241–252.
- Rohde JM, Dimcheff DE, Blumberg N, Saint S, Langa KM, Kuhn L, Hickner A , and Rogers MAM (2014). “Health care-associated infection after red blood cell transfusion: a systematic review and meta-analysis.” JAMA—Journal of the American Medical Association, 311(13): 1317–1326.
- Schaefer N, Stoyan-Rosenzweig N, and García-Milian R (2014). “Health and safety during Canal construction.” In 100 Years of the Panama Canal: Celebrating the Centennial 1914–2014 . Tampa, FL: Faircount Media Group: 134–141.
- Vidal E, Sharathkumar A, Glover J , and Faustino EVS (2014). “Central venous catheter-related thrombosis and thromboprophylaxis in children: a systematic review and meta-analysis.” Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis, 12(7): 1096–1109.
- Xu X, Grossetta Nardini HK , and Ruger JP (2014). “Micro-costing studies in the health and medical literature: protocol for a systematic review.” Systematic Reviews, 3:47.
- Yonkers KA, Blackwell KA, Glover J , and Forray A (2014). “Antidepressant use in pregnant and postpartum women.” Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, 10: 369–392.
- Becker WC, Fraenkel L, Edelman EJ, Holt SR, Glover J , Kerns RD, and Fiellin DA (2013). “Instruments to assess patient-reported safety, efficacy, or misuse of current opioid therapy for chronic pain: a systematic review.” Pain, 154(6): 905–916.
- Edelman EJ, Gordon KS, Glover J , McNicholl IR, Fiellin DA, and Justice AC (2013). “The next therapeutic challenge in HIV: polypharmacy.” Drugs and Aging, 30(8): 613–628.
- García-Milian R , Norton HF, Auten B, Davis VI, Holmes KL, Johnson M, and Tennant MR (2013). “Librarians as part of cross-disciplinary, multiinstitutional team projects: experiences from the VIVO collaboration.” Science and Technology Libraries, 32(2): 160–175.
- Kurup V, Considine A, Hersey D , Dai F, Senior A, Silverman DG, and Dabu-Bondoc S (2013). “Role of the Internet as an information resource for surgical patients: a survey of 877 patients.” British Journal of Anaesthesia , 110(1): 54–58.
- Kurup V and Hersey D (2013). “The changing landscape of anesthesia education: is flipped classroom the answer?” Current Opinion in Anaesthesiology, 26(6): 726–731.
- Nayeri UA, West AB, Grossetta Nardini HK , Copel JA, and Sfakianaki AK (2013). “Systematic review of sonographic findings of placental mesenchymal dysplasia and subsequent pregnancy outcome.” Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, 41(4): 366–374.
- Greenberg CJ, Wang L . (2012) “Building health literacy among an urban teenage population by creating online health videos for public and school health curriculum use.” Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet , 16(2):135-146.
- Krom ZR, Batten J , Bautista C. (2010) “ A unique collaborative nursing evidence-based practice initiative using the Iowa model: a clinical nurse specialist, a health science librarian, and a staff nurse's success story. ” Clinical Nurse Specialist , 24(2):54-9.
When you’re performing research as part of your job or for a school assignment, you’ll probably come across case studies that help you to learn more about the topic at hand. But what is a case study and why are they helpful? Read on to lear...
Case studies are important because they help make something being discussed more realistic for both teachers and learners. Case studies help students to see that what they have learned is not purely theoretical but instead can serve to crea...
Examples of a case study could be anything from researching why a single subject has nightmares when they sleep in their new apartment, to why a group of people feel uncomfortable in heavily populated areas. A case study is an in-depth anal...
This article is a case study of a small, specialized medical library as it attempted to understand, and cope with, the complex simultaneous challenges of
By thoroughly describing the planning and implementation of specific library projects, case studies can impart wisdom and insight to readers, giving them a leg
and the The Health Education Campus Library, which is a quiet study area
... services by embracing technology and collaborations: A case study ... Terrie R. Wheeler, Weill Cornell Medicine Samuel J. Wood Library
Authors. Kristine M. Alpi William R. Kenan, Jr. Library of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State University, Raleigh
Academic Library: A Medical. Humanities Case Study. Kathleen Kasten-Mutkus and Jamie Saragossi abstract: This paper sets out to identify the ways in which
Grunigen Medical Library. Reserve GML's Study Room or Conference Room! UCInetID required. GML reserve room QR code. 714-456-5585. |. Email Library.
They differ from case studies (published as Original Investigations articles) in that they do not employ rigorous qualitative case study
Download Citation | COVID-19 and Innovation in Medical Library Services: A Scoping Review of Case Studies | The services of medical
This study investigated users' satisfaction with library information resources and services at the College of Health Sciences (CHS) library Niger Delta
"Evidence of racial disparities in the lung cancer screening process: a systematic review and meta-analysis." J Gen Intern Med. Lam R, Tarangelo