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Academic health sciences libraries increasingly are urged to develop research support services for faculty and students. However, moving to a research-centric culture is not easy. It requires assessment of existing competencies (defined as knowledge, experience, and skills) to identify capacity and gaps and to inform individualized and unit-level professional development activities. This case study examines the self-assessment process undertaken by librarians at a large urban academic healthdoi:10.1080/02763869.2019.1657724 pmid:31687904 fatcat:lhucpp7dknegfnehuaagjywwo4