On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the J. Otto Lottes Health Sciences Library, we celebrate the accomplishments of Health Sciences Librarians. In particular, we honor Dr. Donald Lindberg, for highlighting the role of librarians in the information transfer process for the improvement of Healthcare. “In Recognition and Appreciation for Achievements and Contributions as one of the Founding Fathers in the Field of Informatics, as a Life Lived in Service to Humanity, for Twenty-four Years of Service to the University of Missouri, for Twenty-seven Years of Service to the National Library of Medicine and for Continuing Leadership in Medical Librarianship as the Director of One of Twenty-seven National Institutes of Health, The University of Missouri honors you today.” September 28, 2011.

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  • Decision support system in a patient-centered medical home 

    Pasupathy, Kalyan S.; Kochendorfer, Karl M.; Brown, Gordon D.; Hicks, Lanis L.; Barker, Linsey M.; Leung, Ricky C. (2011)
    Lack of sufficient primary care to manage chronic diseases has been quoted as a major drawback of the healthcare system within the United States. Patient-Centered Medical Home is a care delivery model to transform how ...
  • Profiling women's breast cancer screening practices using data mining 

    Pasupathy, Kalyan S. (2009)
    Breast cancer is a major chronic disease and early identification is necessary for treatment. Mammograms are clinical tests that increase the detection of breast cancer. Funded by the Centers for Disease Control and ...
  • Go FIGure: Health Literacy and Freshman Interest Groups 

    Anderson, Kate; Wilson, Terry N. (2011)
    Mizzou offers over 100 Freshman Interest Groups (FIGs), ranging in topic from "Discovering Science" to "Social Justice Issues." Groups of 15-20 freshmen are assigned to the same residence hall community, enroll together ...
  • The phenomena of retraction in biomedical literature 

    Budd, John M., 1953-; Coble, Zach; Anderson, Kate (2010)
    These are the preliminary results of a study that examines the impact of retracted articles in biomedical literature. The study is a continuation of Budd JM, Sievert ME, Schultz TR, JAMA. 1998;280 (3): 296-7, which focused ...
  • Stressors in the pharmacy: An observational of interruptions in pharmacy 

    Burford, Mary E.; Yeck, Alison E.; Tucker, Johnny A.; Barker, Linsey M.; Pasupathy, Kalyan S. (2011)
    Errors in the healthcare field are a significant problem. Interruptions leading to distractions can cause errors as these interruptions can distract the pharmacy workers from their tasks. Hence it is important to study ...