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Collecting for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Lessons Learned


Ana Corral, MLIS (she/they) 
GME & Research Librarian 
School of Medicine Library 
UNLV University Libraries   


Stefanie Lapka, MSIS, AHIP (she/they) 
Health Sciences Librarian 
University of Houston Libraries 

Editor’s note: This article is based on a contributed paper from MLA/SLA ‘23. 


University of Houston Libraries is a large academic research library system that serves the University of Houston (UH) community across its three Houston-area campuses, consisting of seven academic colleges and 10 professional schools with nearly 47,000 students and more than 2,800 faculty. It is the second-most ethnically diverse research university in the U.S. With long-established health sciences programs in optometry, pharmacy, and social work, a college of nursing was added in 2015 and an allopathic medical school was established in 2019. As a public Tier One research university(1), the Libraries’ primary focus is supporting the research activities of its large and diverse academic community.

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National Academies Press
Charting a Future for Sequencing RNA and Its Modifications: A New Era for Biology and Medicine
Author: National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

Concerted efforts to deepen understanding of RNA modifications and their role in living systems hold the potential to advance human health, improve crop yields, and address other pressing societal challenges. RNA, which carries the information encoded by DNA to the places where it is needed, is amazingly diverse and dynamic. RNA is processed and modified through natural biological pathways, ...

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Guilford Press
Getting Unstuck from PTSD: Using Cognitive Processing Therapy to Guide Your Recovery
Author: Reick , Patricia A.

Are you having trouble getting back to normal after a frightening experience? Do you feel stuck second-guessing what you did or did not do in the moment? Do you find yourself avoiding places, people, or sensations that remind you of what happened? Problems like these may be symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The good news is that recovery is possible. This is the first self-help ...

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