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New to Health Sciences Librarianship: Strategies, Tips, and Tricks


Kelsa Bartley, MSI, Assistant Professor, Education and Outreach Librarian, Louis Calder Memorial Library, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine

Jahala Simuel, MIS, MLS, Medical Librarian, Head of Access Services, Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library, Howard University

Jamia Williams, MLS, Health Sciences Librarian, Drake Memorial Library, SUNY Brockport


(Editor’s Note: This is a summary of a commentary published in the April 2021 edition of Journal of the Medical Library Association. The commentary expands on a poster presented at the 2020 vConference of the Medical Library Association.)

Three new librarians highlight their varied pathways into health sciences librarianship and offer insight into how they are navigating the challenges and successes of being new to the profession. A new health sciences librarian is defined as a person who has fewer than five years of experience in health sciences librarianship specifically, having either recently graduated from library school or entered the health sciences from another type of librarianship.

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American Pharmacists Association
Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs Quick Reference, 2nd Edition
Author: Mospan , Cortney

The Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs Quick Reference, 2nd Edition, provides a succinct summary of the most common self-care conditions for which community pharmacists provide treatment recommendations. It presents the most essential information that is needed in the OTC aisle to assess if patients are candidates for self-care. Appropriate treatment recommendations are also ...

American Dental Association
The Chairside Instructor: A Visual Guide to Case Presentations, 12th Edition
Author: American Dental Association

The new 12th Edition of The Chairside Instructor: A Visual Guide to Case Presentations is an invaluable tool for dental practices and students of dentistry, hygiene, and assisting.

The new edition published September 1, 2021, and includes more than 220 images across 50 topic areas. This resource can be used to explain conditions to patients or illustrate a ...

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