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PLOS ONE : Leading Emergency Medicine Journal?

Tweet Having a good deal of contact with the Department of Emergency Medicine at my institution and their scholarly and information needs,  I took a look at SCImago for the top 10 Emergency Medicine journals with at least 30 published articles in the past three years: Knowing the PLOS ONE publishes research from many disciplines, [...]

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Thu, November 1 2012 » Uncategorized » No Comments

The open access advantage: a case study of a colleague in pediatric emergency medicine

Tweet Today I met the Chief Medical Information Officer for Yale-New Haven Hospital, Allen L. Hsiao MD, who is also an Assistant Professor for the Yale School of Medicine specializing in Pediatric Emergency Medicine.  Dr. Hsiao was was talking to the Yale Medical Library staff about the implementation of an electronic medical record (EMR) system [...]

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Tue, April 10 2012 » Uncategorized » 1 Comment

Emergency Medicine and PMC- Not quite there yet

Tweet Having looked a general medicine journals recently and being less than impressed with some of the most famous journals and their benign stance (absolute authors’ responsibility for PMC archiving) about serving tax payer access interest,  I thought to take a similar look at another specialty. Emergency medicine occupies an important role in every hospital [...]

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Mon, September 5 2011 » Uncategorized » No Comments