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A Reverse Diversity Audit Case Study


Glyneva Bradley-Ridout, MI
Liaison & Education Librarian

Mikaela Gray, MI
Liaison & Education Librarian

Gerstein Science Information Centre
University of Toronto Libraries

Editor’s Note: This article is based on “Using a reverse diversity audit approach to evaluate a dermatology collection in an academic health sciences library: A case presentation” published in the Journal of Academic Librarianship

Our study arose out of an interest to answer one question: How well does our collection represent the existing research on diversity in dermatology? Many areas of health sciences could do better in terms of representation, including dermatology, where patients are often underrepresented despite the differences in presentation that can occur across skin tones (Gupta et al., 2021; Marchetti et al., 2021; Thomley et al., 2021). As an academic health sciences library that supports evidence-informed education, we wanted to ensure that diversity is represented in the materials that we make available to our learners. This was the goal that led us to develop and complete a reverse diversity audit of our dermatology collection...

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Basic Concepts of Medicinal Chemistry, 3rd Edition
Author: Harrold , Marc W.

Designed to help students incrementally build their knowledge of fundamental concepts of medicinal chemistry and their applications to therapeutic decisions, Basic Concepts in Medicinal Chemistry, has been enhanced with new subject material, numerous self-assessment tools, and special features to advance and strengthen the learning process.

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Wolters Kluwer
Te Linde's Operative Gynecology, 13th Edition
Author: Handa , Victoria Lynn

With expert guidance on all aspects of gynecologic surgery, Te Linde’s Operative Gynecology, Thirteenth Edition, edited by Drs. Linda Van Le and Victoria L. Handa, remains your go-to-resource from preoperative to postoperative care. Comprehensive, step-by-step instructions on how to perform all contemporary gynecologic procedures, updated diagnostic and management approaches, a ...

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