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Library-based clinical and translational research support

Kristi L. Holmes, Jennifer A. Lyon, Layne M. Johnson, Cathy C. Sarli, Michele R. Tennant
2013 Journal of the Medical Library Association  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors acknowledge attendees of the MLA CE classes noted in the paper and Paul Schoening, Cecilia E. Botero, Robert Engeszer, AHIP, Hannah F.  ...  In this age of translational science, biomedical libraries can provide critical support.  ...  The authors' individual contributions to this report reflect their diverse environments: public and private institutions with different reporting structures (in the health sciences or the university library  ... 
doi:10.3163/1536-5050.101.4.017 pmid:24163607 pmcid:PMC3794691 fatcat:5yqeh3hhmjaanntwpzvmmsmata

The IMIA Strategic Plan - Towards IMIA 2015

P.J. Murray
2008 IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics  
Methods IMIA, the International Medical Informatics Association, unanimously adopted the IMIA Strategic Plan, 'Towards IMIA2015', at its 2007 General Assembly meeting in Brisbane, Australia.  ...  The wide dissemination of this plan is one of the first stages in the developing IMIA Transition Plan, which will develop a roadmap and specific projects for implementing the strategy.  ...  or assimilate intellectual knowledge that is required worldwide to advance biomedical informatics in its role of improving health and healthcare. • being the informatics association that effectively and  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0038-1638572 fatcat:zkgat2v7ara2nn7m6rgxjm2as4

Classification schemes of Information Science: Twenty-eight scholars map the field

Chaim Zins
2007 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
Glynn Harmon for their deep reflections throughout the study. The study was conducted at Bar-Ilan University in Israel. Aires, Argentina; Prof.  ...  Aldo de Albuquerque Barreto, Brazilian Institute for Information in Science and Technology, Brazil  ...  Applied Information Science 14.1 Librarianship 14.2 Bioinformatics 14.3 Chemical Documentation 14.4 Health/Biomedical Informatics 14.5 Legal Informatics 14.6 Aviation Informatics [18] (Michal Lorenz  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.20506 fatcat:2kzwjh6cxrfi7ntm4t6iniocxq

DDI and Enhanced Data Citation

Larry Hoyle, Mary Vardigan, Jay Greenfield, Sam Hume, Sanda Ionescu, Jeremy Iverson, John Kunze, Barry Radler, Wendy Thomas, Stuart Weibel, Michael Witt
2016 IASSIST Quarterly  
Wendy Thomas is the Director of the Data Access Core in the Minnesota Population Center (MPC) at the University of Minnesota and has been active in the data and information technology community for over  ...  Sam has over 20 years of work experience in clinical research informatics.  ...  , primarily in the context of the preparation and publication of scholarly papers.  ... 
doi:10.29173/iq129 fatcat:yjkwiurtmzfargkjxbgybf3lcm

Rising expectations: access to biomedical information

D A B Lindberg, B L Humphreys
2008 IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics  
To provide an overview of the expansion in public access to electronic biomedical information over the past two decades, with an emphasis on developments to which the U.S.  ...  Review of the increasingly broad spectrum of web-accessible genomic data, biomedical literature, consumer health information, clinical trials data, and images.  ...  and signif icant new events in a story of continuing progress.  ... 
pmid:18587496 pmcid:PMC2441483 fatcat:p5xxdjcjzraotjnwvknrmrqyiq

Rising Expectations: Access to Biomedical Information

B. L. Humphreys, D. A. B. Lindberg
2008 IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics  
Objective To provide an overview of the expansion in public access to electronic biomedical information over the past two decades, with an emphasis on developments to which the U.S.  ...  Methods Review of the increasingly broad spectrum of webaccessible genomic data, biomedical literature, consumer health information, clinical trials data, and images.  ...  and signif icant new events in a story of continuing progress.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0038-1638596 fatcat:tmaom4ja5fgy3jryjqx227kbte

Enhancing Next‐Generation Sequencing‐Guided Cancer Care Through Cognitive Computing

Nirali M. Patel, Vanessa V. Michelini, Jeff M. Snell, Saianand Balu, Alan P. Hoyle, Joel S. Parker, Michele C. Hayward, David A. Eberhard, Ashley H. Salazar, Patrick McNeillie, Jia Xu, Claudia S. Huettner (+13 others)
2017 The Oncologist  
One thousand eighteen patient cases that previously underwent targeted exon sequencing at the University of North Carolina (UNC) and subsequent analysis by the UNCseq informatics pipeline and the UNC MTB  ...  Patients and physicians who are considering enrollment in clinical trials may benefit from the support of such tools applied to genomic data.  ...  Partial results of this study have previously been presented as part of the CBS 60 Minutes segment on artificial intelligence.  ... 
doi:10.1634/theoncologist.2017-0170 pmid:29158372 pmcid:PMC5813753 fatcat:atmmriamgnaablqy6txl25p2t4

Impact of information technology on the role of health sciences librarians

R M Braude
1993 Bulletin of the Medical Library Association  
This paper explores four topics relevant to this issue: the emergence of new forms of health sciences information, the impact of technology on the practice of health sciences librarianship, the interaction  ...  of technology and the practice of health sciences librarianship, and the relationship among these three topics and the educational preparation of health sciences librarians.  ...  Fueled by advances in medical informatics, the rate of formation of these new forms and structures of in-formation is expanding [1] .  ... 
pmid:8251976 pmcid:PMC225824 fatcat:fnurlidchnfvzg6spyyzfklz6y

Biomedical Ph.D. Students Enrolled in Two Elite Universities in the United Kingdom and the United States Report Adopting Multiple Learning Relationships

Matthew W. Kemp, Benjamin M. Lazarus, Gabriel G. Perron, William P. Hanage, Elaine Chapman, Norman Johnson
2014 PLoS ONE  
In the present study, we discuss the findings of semi-structured interviews with biomedical Ph.D. students from the United Kingdom and the United States to: i) determine if the learning relationships identified  ...  in an Australian biomedical Ph.D. cohort are also important in a larger international student cohort; and ii) improve our understanding of student perceptions of value in their supervisory relationships  ...  Cohen for supporting the UK-based arm of this study. The Authors wish to thank the study participants for kindly donating their time in support of this research.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0103075 pmid:25054473 pmcid:PMC4108381 fatcat:tu2m2yjjqbeo5axd7fwwnrml5q

Domain Knowledge Representation Through Multiple Sub Ontologies: An Application Interoperability

Sunitha Abburu, Golla Suresh Babu
2018 Zenodo  
Ontology is broadly used in diverse applications such as artificial intelligence, bioinformatics, biomedical, information integration, etc.  ...  The issues that limit application interoperability is lack of common vocabulary, common structure, application domain knowledge ontology based semantic technology provides solutions that resolves application  ...  , health informatics etc.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1316241 fatcat:tpgmb2e2uvfwljwqbkriwg6xru


Kadriye O. Lewis, Murat Sincan
2019 Online Learning  
an online medical informatics course.  ...  This paper introduces how two instructors from different countries (USA and Turkey), one experienced in online teaching and the other in medical informatics, collaborated successfully, to develop and teach  ...  in public health; primary care informatics; consumer access to health information)  Bioinformatics (Sequence, structure and biological pathway information; sources for biomedical data; medical record  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v13i2.1666 fatcat:zxxmdalm5jfwlnsd7lh4gmriki

Internet Resources: Biotechnology resources

Judith L. Hart, Gary E. Hart
2019 College & research libraries news  
This listing of links to the Home pages/serv ers of professional societies reflects the broad range of disciplines involved in biotechnol ogy.  ...  Our collec tion policies and our standards for reference service reflect the value of open access in all academic libraries.  ...  Kovacs and associates, this directory is a search able database of scholarly and professional elec tronic conferences.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crln.58.11.759 fatcat:jkw24oxzlzfxdg7ccnjq3htcr4


2008 Education for Information  
The Diversity Conference has a history of bringing together scholarly, government and practice-based participants with an interest in the issues of diversity and community.  ...  Diversity is in many ways reflective of our present world order, but there are ways of taking this further without necessary engendering its alternatives: racism, conflict, discrimination and inequity.  ...  The wide scope of ECIME reflects the increased use of technology to manage information in and between organizations of all types and sizes across the globe.  ... 
doi:10.3233/efi-2008-263-406 fatcat:xqd7shiygvei3hppaqqy47qcbq

Nuclear Receptor Signaling Atlas: Opening Access to the Biology of Nuclear Receptor Signaling Pathways

Lauren B. Becnel, Yolanda F. Darlington, Scott A. Ochsner, Jeremy R. Easton-Marks, Christopher M. Watkins, Apollo McOwiti, Wasula H. Kankanamge, Michael W. Wise, Michael DeHart, Ronald N. Margolis, Neil J. McKenna, Frances M Sladek
2015 PLoS ONE  
Finally, the new website integrates the Transcriptomine analysis tool, which allows for mining of millions of richly annotated public transcriptomic data points in the field, providing an environment for  ...  We anticipate that this new release of the NURSA database will have tangible, long term benefits for both basic and clinical research in this field.  ...  The input of our NURSA Beta Testing Group is critical to ensure that the resource is responsive to community needs and, accordingly, we thank the current group members: Drs. Ana  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0135615 pmid:26325041 pmcid:PMC4556694 fatcat:gpa2kmpdgfbzdphjtx4xnto6mq

Ethical Decisions in Emergent Science, Engineering and Technologies [chapter]

D. A.
2012 Emerging Informatics - Innovative Concepts and Applications  
Legality can be a subset of ethical decisions (A). An example is a biomedical researcher's responsibility to abide by copyright and intellectual property laws.  ...  While the events in Curves A and B are remembered, less information about the event is remembered in Curve B because the event is less dramatic.  ...  I hope this will help further exploration of knowledge in the informatics discipline.  ... 
doi:10.5772/36313 fatcat:2pvzlj3355bfvanzqbwwk5xzp4
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