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Wolters Kluwer’s Clinical Drug Information solutions used in 25 out of the 27 top-scoring hospitals in the US -

The Health division of Wolters Kluwer, a global provider of information and point of care solutions for the healthcare industry, has announced that its Clinical Drug Information solutions are used in 25 out of the 27 top-scoring hospitals achieving Honor Roll status in U.S. News &… Read More

Cochrane appoints Karla Soares Weiser as Deputy Editor in Chief -

Cochrane, a global independent network of researchers, professionals, patients, carers, and people interested in health, has announced the appointment of Karla Soares Weiser as Deputy Editor in Chief. This newly created post will combine leadership roles within the Cochrane Editorial Unit (CEU) and Cochrane Innovations,… Read More

National Library of Medicine releases new web page – Nursing Resources for Standards and Interoperability -

The National Library of Medicine (NLM) has released a new web page - Nursing Resources for Standards and Interoperability. The web page is a resource for nurses, students, informaticians and anyone interested in nursing terminologies for systems development. It describes the role of SNOMED CT and… Read More

Students using Cengage Learning’s digital course solutions in Calculus to gain access to live Chegg Tutors anytime -

Chegg, Inc. (CHGG), the Student Hub, and Cengage Learning, a global education company, have announced a partnership to integrate Chegg Tutors directly into Cengage Learning's leading calculus materials. Students using Cengage Learning's digital course solutions in calculus will now have direct access… Read More

Latest edition of Blogspeak now online -

The latest edition of Blogspeak is now online. Featured are: Constance Malpas and Brian Lavoie (RLUK Collective Collection in Context—the OCLC Research Perspective); David Crotty (Is it True that Most Open Access Journals Do Not Charge an APC? Sort of. It Depends.); Phill Jones (More Confusion: Do We All Agree… Read More

Center for Open Science’s Reproducibility Project finds several studies not replicable -

A four-year study published in Science Magazine on August 27, 2015, found that fewer than half of 100 published findings of three prominent psychology journals were reproducible. The 270 researchers who collaborated on the Reproducibility Project: Psychology coordinated by the Center for Open Science (COS) -… Read More

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