Janice Masud-Paul, MLIS, MPH 
Health Sciences Librarian  
Drexel University 

REHABDATA is the primary repository of the National Rehabilitation Information Center (NARIC). NARIC and its databases are funded by the National Institution on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR), the research arm of the Administration for Community Living. In accordance with the NIDILRR mission, they provide funding to improve the lives of people with disabilities and promote their full participation in the community.1 NARIC contains three searchable collections, which are accessible from the following tabs on NARIC’s home page: 

1. The Articles, Books & Reports tab contains the REHABDATA Collection 

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Pamela Herring, MLIS, D-AHIP 
Electronic Resources Librarian 
Harriet F. Ginsburg Health Sciences Library 
University of Central Florida College of Medicine 

This article is an update of a review published in the February 2015 issue of Doody’s Collection Development Monthly. You can find the original review here

The LWW Health Library is an online portal of medical, pharmacy, and other health sciences programs textbooks and multimedia created for faculty, students, and residents. Customers can purchase whole collections or smaller segments of some collections to fit an institution’s curriculum. There are now 33 collectionsread more


Nursing, Health Care Informatics & Allied Health Librarian 
Helen K. and James S. Copley Library 
University of San Diego 

Where do you currently work and what is your position? 

I work at the University of San Diego in San Diego, California. I am the embedded librarian for the Hahn School of Nursing and the Beyster Institute of Nursing Research. 

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This is an update of a Publisher Profile we published in 2015. You can read the original profile here.   

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This month’s specialty profile on Clinical Care of Indigenous Peoples covers Issue 2 of Volume 3 of Doody’s Special Topics Lists.   

As our previous Health Equity and Rural Health lists have alluded to, the social determinants of Indigenous health are critical factors to consider forread more


Maggie Chorazy has served as the Editorial Review Group Chair for Epidemiology since July 2020. Since then, we’ve sent 49 titles to Dr. Chorazy’s group, of which they’ve reviewed 21.  

Dr. Chorazy is the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at theread more

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