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UAE Elsevier and Al Hammadi in deal for implementation of Elsevier's Order Sets and Care Planning solutions in all three Al Hammadi hospitals over the next five years - 23 Nov 2018

Elsevier, the information analytics business specialising in science and health, has announced an agreement with Al Hammadi Company for Development and Investment (Al Hammadi) to implement Elsevier's Order Sets and Care Planning solutions in Al Hammadi hospitals across Saudi Arabia.

Al Hammadi currently oversees three large hospitals in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: Al Hammadi Hospital Al Olaya (300 beds), Al Hammadi Hospital Al Suwaidi (428 beds), and Al Hammadi Hospital Al Nuzha (600 beds).

Implementation of Order Sets and Care Planning solutions marks an important step of digital transformation for the hospital. The Saudi Arabian government is encouraging hospitals to harness technology optimising patient care by putting hospitals with HIMSS EMRAM Stage 6 accreditations or above in higher reimbursement plans. The first step in the agreement with Elsevier will be to complete the implementation phase by the end of 2018.

Al Hammadi will join a growing number of hospitals in the region to implement Elsevier's Clinical Decision Support Solutions. Last year, following the implementation of Order Sets and Care Planning solutions, the Al Habib Medical Group achieved HIMSS EMRAM stage 6 .

Elsevier's Clinical Decision Support Solutions focus on driving operational efficiencies through improving communication and increasing access to evidence-based guidelines. Orders Sets quickly translate knowledge into actionable orders, while Care Planning allows the integration of evidence-based, patient-centered care planning directly into the hospitals' EHR.

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German Science of Synthesis 4.12 now live, new release includes reference volume Flow Chemistry in Organic Synthesis - 23 Nov 2018

The latest release of Thieme's knowledge base for synthetic methodology is adding more than 1,000 pages of new content, including the new reference library volume Flow Chemistry in Organic Synthesis, edited by T. F. Jamison and G. Koch. With Science of Synthesis 4.12, synthetic chemists today are provided with up-to-date and complete information.

The latest addition to the reference library, Flow Chemistry in Organic Synthesis, edited by T. F. Jamison and G. Koch, introduces the principles and potential of flow chemistry for synthetic chemical reactions. The authors of the volume - pioneers in both the practical and conceptual aspects of flow chemistry - aim to make this potential available to a wider audience. Far more than just the adaptation of batch processes to flow systems, flow chemistry offers a paradigm shift in chemical synthesis: continuous flow holds the power to access new reaction types and chemistry space. The volume examines principles of reactor design and automation, as well as separations and purifications in flow systems. It discusses the application of flow to photochemistry, electrochemistry, gaseous systems, using immobilised reagents and catalysts, and in multistep processes. In addition to covering syntheses of peptides, carbohydrates, and pharmaceuticals, the work includes several chapters on the use of flow in an industrial context. Flow Chemistry in Organic Synthesis comprises a total of approx. 590 pages.

Among the highlights of the latest Knowledge Update is the major revision of the chapter on benzo[c]furans or isobenzofurans by H. Kwiecień. While these compounds are highly reactive and can normally only be isolated after trapping, for example by Diels-Alder reaction with dienophiles, 1,3-diarylbenzo[c]furans and 1,3-dihydroisobenzofuran-1(3H)-ones (phthalides) are much more stable.

The new Knowledge Update volume comprises a total of approx. 500 printed pages, representing up-to-date and reliable synthetic methods. SOS Knowledge Updates are governed by clearly defined criteria for method selection as well as established editorial processes. The Editorial Board, in conjunction with the volume editors and authors, reviews the whole field of synthetic organic chemistry as presented in SOS and evaluate significant developments in synthetic methodology. With expert evaluated content focusing on subjects of particular current interest, the SOS Reference Library complements the SOS Knowledge Updates to make SOS the complete information source for the modern synthetic chemist.

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UK eLife, Coko, Hindawi Limited and Digirati partner to develop latest version of Libero - 23 Nov 2018

eLife, together with the non-profit Collaborative Knowledge Foundation (Coko), open-access publisher Hindawi Limited and digital consultancy Digirati, has announced a new formal partnership to develop the latest version of Libero.

Community-driven and open-source, Libero is a platform of services and applications that help content providers do more with everything they publish. The software presents content in a responsive online format that is easy to access and inviting to read on any device, and is straightforward to integrate with other services that enhance the reader's interaction with published literature.

Libero was originally developed by the non-profit eLife, which aims to help scientists accelerate discovery by operating a platform for research communication that encourages and recognises the most responsible behaviours in science. To facilitate adoption of Libero as a platform by other organisations and expand a high-quality, open infrastructure as an alternative to proprietary systems, eLife, Coko, Hindawi and Digirati have created this partnership.

The community will contribute to the ongoing, long-term development of the platform, and came together to plan the project during eLife's inaugural Libero Sprint this summer. The event included discussions of how the community, and the various components that make up the Libero platform, will be governed as the software is developed.

The MoU describes the way in which eLife, Coko, Hindawi and Digirati will work together to ensure the Libero platform fulfils its purpose for the community. Its terms encompass the development, test and launch of the reusable open-source components of Libero. These components will be made available under an open-source MIT licence as they are developed, with the intention of expanding the community of collaborating organisations that are actively contributing to the project.

In parallel with Libero, eLife, Coko, Hindawi and others are working together to build xPub - a user-driven, open-source platform that will help streamline communications between authors, editors and reviewers at all stages of the submission and review process. eLife, Coko and Hindawi in particular share a commitment to building a holistic, open-source infrastructure for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of research communication.

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UK BMJ launches new open access journal - World Journal of Pediatric Surgery - 23 Nov 2018

Healthcare knowledge provider BMJ has added a new title to its extensive portfolio of more than 60 specialist journals, with the launch of World Journal of Pediatric Surgery.

The journal joins BMJ's other paediatric titles Archives of Disease in Childhood (ADC), ADC Fetal & Neonatal, ADC Education & Practice and BMJ Paediatrics Open. It is the first international open access journal focusing on children's surgery.

World Journal of Pediatric Surgery publishes ground-breaking original research, reviews, case reports, editorials and clinical images to reflect the current situation and future development of paediatric surgery across the world.

Aimed primarily at physicians, researchers and students involved in the care of infants and children, the journal includes research on areas such as robotic surgery, artificial intelligence and 3D printing.

The journal is being published by BMJ on behalf of the Children's Hospital of Zhejiang University School of Medicine (ZUCH), and Zhejiang University Press.

The journal's Editor-in-Chief is Dr Qiang Shu, Professor of Pediatric Surgery and Vice President at Children's Hospital Zhejiang University School of Medicine.

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UK Federation University Australia launches institutional data repository by Figshare - 23 Nov 2018

Federation University Australia recently launched its institutional data repository, available at federation.figshare.com.

Faculty and Higher Degree by Research students will be able to upload supplemental research data and non-traditional research outputs in order to receive a citable DOI and track usage metrics. The University will also be able to import data published by Federation University Australia researchers in the Public Library of Science (PLoS) Figshare data repository into the institutional data repository.

Researchers will also be able to create Figshare project spaces around existing research projects, allowing for collaborative uploading of data and a public page to showcase the outputs of that particular project. An example of a Figshare project at Federation University Australia can be found at https://figshare.com/projects/Federation_University_s_Bush_Medicine_Project/56045.

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US Four academic libraries in New Zealand migrate to OCLC’s Tipasa - 23 Nov 2018

Non-profit global library cooperative OCLC has announced that four leading academic libraries in New Zealand have migrated to Tipasa™, the first cloud-based interlibrary loan management system that automates routine borrowing and lending functions for individual libraries. The University of Canterbury, University of Waikato, Auckland University of Technology and University of Otago expect to go-live in December 2018.

OCLC introduced Tipasa in January 2017 as a new interlibrary loan management system built on the OCLC WorldShare technology platform that takes full advantage of the world's largest resource sharing network. The straightforward staff interface is easy to use, making it easy to train staff. A library-branded patron interface built with responsive design allows users to place and monitor requests from anywhere with any device.

OCLC continues to develop Tipasa in phases. New features and functionality released this year includes RapidILL integration, copyright, and patron data retention. Additional features and functionality will be added over time, such as NCIP integration to streamline workflows between Tipasa and library management systems.

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