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[bims-librar] 2020-05-24, sixteen selections

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 1. Supporting the health library and information workforce.
 2. A comparative study of medical ebook and print book prices.
 3. [Sci-Hub. Removing barriers to accessing scientific information, is it 
     dangerous without the tools of critical reading?]
 4. [Database indexing of health science journals from the German-speaking 
     area: a journal analysis].
 5. The role of the health professional supporting consumers who use 'Dr 
     Google'.
 6. Look it up: Online search reduces the problematic effects of exposures 
     to inaccuracies.
 7. An updated and more efficient search strategy to identify primary care 
     relevant clinical prediction rules.
 8. Is it smart to read on your phone? The impact of reading format and 
     culture on the continued influence of misinformation.
 9. COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic: Information Sources Channels for the 
     Public Health Awareness.
10. Readability and Quality of Online Patient Education Material on 
     Websites of Breast Imaging Centers.
11. YouTube videos as a source of Hepatitis C-related information: A 
     cross-sectional study.
12. Summarization of biomedical articles using domain-specific word 
     embeddings and graph ranking.
13. Recent advances in biomedical literature mining.
14. The Quality of Online Orthopaedic Oncology Information.
15. Web-Based Health Information Following the Renewal of the Cervical 
     Screening Program in Australia: An Evaluation of the Readability, 
     Understandability and Credibility.
16. Shane Godbolt, 9 December 1943 - 24 November 2019.

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                                       Health Info Libr J. 2020 Jun;37(2): 95-97
 1. Supporting the health library and information workforce.
   McNamara S
  As a prelude to his keynote speech at the forthcoming Health Libraries Group 
  conference, Sean McNamara, Head of CILIP Scotland, provides an insight into 
  the work being undertaken with health librarians in Scotland and considers 
  how CILIP Scotland might support the health information sector in the coming 
  years.
   Keywords: United Kingdom; evidence-based library and information practice; 
    health care; libraries
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/hir.12308
  URL: http://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32419344

                                                Health Info Libr J. 2020 May 21.
 2. A comparative study of medical ebook and print book prices.
   Watson EM
  BACKGROUND: Although most medical libraries buy ebooks, there has been 
  little discussion of the comparative costs of medical ebooks and print books.
   OBJECTIVES: To determine whether individually purchased medical ebooks cost 
  more or less, on average, than the same titles in print format and, if so, 
  to calculate the price differential.
   METHODS: The author searched the platform of monograph vendor YBP for the 
  1095 titles in the 'Clinical Medicine' category of Doody's Core Titles 2018 
  edition. For each title, the print price and the lowest ebook price were 
  noted; the ratio of ebook price to print book price for each title was then 
  calculated.
   RESULTS: On average, ebooks cost 2.20 times more than their print 
  equivalents, though the size of the price differential varied greatly with 
  the publisher. For some publishers, ebooks cost nearly the same amount as 
  print books, while for others, ebooks cost three or even four times as much 
  as the print.
   DISCUSSION: The greater price of some ebooks may make them unaffordable for 
  libraries or mean that those titles cannot be purchased as ebooks even when 
  that format would be preferred.
   CONCLUSIONS: Buying ebooks, at least on a title-by-title basis, can be very 
  costly for medical libraries.
   Keywords: collection development; comparative study; economic analysis; 
    electronic books (eBooks); libraries; medical
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/hir.12310
  URL: http://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32436636

                                            Medicina (B Aires). 2020 ;80(3): 312
 3. [Sci-Hub. Removing barriers to accessing scientific information, is it 
     dangerous without the tools of critical reading?]
   Catalano HN
  URL: http://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32442958

      Z Evid Fortbild Qual Gesundhwes. 2020 May 18. pii: S1865-9217(20)30043-X. 
 4. [Database indexing of health science journals from the German-speaking 
     area: a journal analysis].
   Hirt J, Brinkmann S, Cadima R, Dichter MN, Golla A, Kaap-Fröhlich S, 
   Kachler M, Lauer N, Meiling C, Messer M, Paulicke D, Saal S, Schmidt S, 
   Schwarz C, Tholen R, Ulrich G, Warnke A, Abraham J
  BACKGROUND: Journal hand searching offers the possibility to complement a 
  literature search as part of systematic reviews and other evidence 
  syntheses. Hand searching is indicated in cases where scientific journals 
  with potentially relevant publications addressing the research question are 
  not indexed in a literature database. However, it is often unclear whether 
  these journals are actually indexed, and when they are, in which literature 
  databases. In many cases, it is also unknown which journals should be 
  searched by hand in addition to systematic literature search after databases 
  to be searched have been specified. Therefore, the project aimed to 
  investigate the indexation of selected scientific health science journals 
  and to provide an overview of indexation in order to facilitate the hand 
  search planning process.
   METHODS: Journals from German-speaking countries covering eight professional 
  fields (medical laboratory assistance, occupational therapy, midwifery, 
  logopedics, nursing, physiotherapy, public health and rehabilitation) were 
  considered that publish original research papers or systematic reviews or 
  other review types in German and/or English. Two researchers per field 
  identified relevant journals and independently analyzed the indexing 
  locations using the journal websites. In case of missing information, we 
  contacted the editors.
   RESULTS: A total of 70 journals were included: from 1 to 17 journals per 
  field. These journals are indexed in 1 to 29 databases. Twelve journals are 
  not indexed or do not offer information concerning indexation. Indexation is 
  distributed across n=74 different literature databases. Most journals are 
  indexed in LIVIVO (n=55) and bibnet.org (n=33). Other common indexing 
  databases are Scopus (n=18), Web of Science Core Collection (n=16), PSYNDEX 
  (n=13), and Embase (n=10).
   CONCLUSIONS: The results indicate a heterogeneous indexation of the included 
  journals. Only a small number is indexed in common international literature 
  databases such as MEDLINE or CINAHL. On the other hand, only a few journals 
  are not indexed in any database. The results can be used as a basis to 
  define databases for literature searches as part of systematic reviews. In 
  addition, the findings might guide the selection of journals for hand 
  searching after literature databases have been defined.
   Keywords: Database; Datenbank; Gesundheitswissenschaften; Hand search; 
    Handsuche; Health Sciences; Methode; Methods; Review; Übersichtsarbeit
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.zefq.2020.04.003
  URL: http://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32439423

                                                        J Adv Nurs. 2020 May 18.
 5. The role of the health professional supporting consumers who use 'Dr 
     Google'.
   West S, Kornhaber R, Visentin DC, Thapa DK, Cleary M
  Google has become so synonymous with information search, retrieval and 
  sharing that it entered our lexicon as the most-used verb to express 
  searching information online. Consequently, few are surprised to learn that 
  'googling' applies as equally to health information seeking as it does to TV 
  series spoilers or homemade slime recipes. Almost half the population uses 
  what is now referred to as 'Dr Google' (Astrup, 2018), the use of the Google 
  search engine to obtain information relating to health matters.
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.14419
  URL: http://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32420628

                                                        Mem Cognit. 2020 May 21.
 6. Look it up: Online search reduces the problematic effects of exposures 
     to inaccuracies.
   Donovan AM, Rapp DN
  People often reproduce information they read, which is beneficial when that 
  information is accurate. Unfortunately, people are also often exposed to 
  inaccurate information, with subsequent reproductions allowing for 
  problematic decisions and behaviors. One empirically validated consequence 
  of exposures to inaccuracies is that after reading falsehoods, participants 
  are more likely to make errors answering related questions than if they 
  previously read accurate statements, particularly for unfamiliar 
  information. Interventions designed to attenuate these reproductions are 
  often ineffective, at least as studied in tasks that restrict participants 
  to generating answers based on text content and relevant prior knowledge. In 
  the real world, however, people have access to outside resources to evaluate 
  information. In three experiments, we tested whether affording the option to 
  search for relevant online information following exposure to inaccurate 
  statements would reduce reproductions of those inaccuracies on a 
  post-reading task. Participants given the opportunity to search for 
  information were less likely to reproduce inaccurate information and more 
  likely to produce correct responses, in comparison to the performance of 
  participants who were not allowed to search. We also tested whether warnings 
  about potentially inaccurate information would encourage searches and inform 
  responses. While warnings increased searching, additional reductions in 
  inaccurate reproductions were not observed. Given the contingencies of many 
  lab tasks, reproductions of inaccurate information might be overestimated. 
  Resources available in the real world can offer useful supports for reducing 
  the influence of and uncertainty associated with inaccurate exposures, 
  consistent with contemporary accounts of memory and comprehension.
   Keywords: Inaccurate information; Memory; Online search; Reading 
    comprehension; Text processing
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.3758/s13421-020-01047-z
  URL: http://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32441010

                     J Clin Epidemiol. 2020 May 13. pii: S0895-4356(19)30926-6. 
 7. An updated and more efficient search strategy to identify primary care 
     relevant clinical prediction rules.
   Ebell MH, Fahey T, Murphy ME, Barry A, Barry H, Hickner J
  OBJECTIVE: To develop an improved search strategy for clinical prediction 
  rules.
   STUDY DESIGN AND SETTING: We first refined a list of 30 primary care 
  relevant journals and improved the efficiency of the Haynes Narrow Filter/ 
  Teljour/Murphy Inclusion Filter with 26 items by removing one term (Modified 
  Haynes 26 filter). We then developed the "Royal College of Surgeons Ireland 
  (RCSI) filter", and compared it with the modified HNF/TMIF26 for its ability 
  to detect prediction riules in the primary care literature. All abstracts 
  and if necessary full text were reviewed independently in parallel by 
  primary care physicians. Key outcomes were the percentage of prediction 
  rules identified out of the total identified by both search strategies 
  (sensitivity), and the number of articles that had to be reviewed to 
  identify them (efficiency).
   RESULTS: The Modified Haynes 26 filter returned 1701 abstracts versus 1062 
  for the RCSI filter. The RCSI filter identified 105/111 of all prediction 
  rules identified by either filter, compared with 107/111 by the Modified 
  Haynes 26 filter (94.6% vs 96.4%, p = 0.52). Also, 9.9% of abstracts found 
  using the RCSI filter were prediction rules, compared with only 6.3% using 
  the Modified Haynes 25 filter (p = 0.001).
   CONCLUSION: We have developed a novel "RCSI filter" that more efficiently 
  identifies prediction rules in the medical literature.
   Keywords: PubMed; clinical decision rule; clinical prediction rule; 
    decision support; evidence-based medicine; literature search
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclinepi.2020.05.013
  URL: http://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32416334

                                                        Mem Cognit. 2020 May 19.
 8. Is it smart to read on your phone? The impact of reading format and 
     culture on the continued influence of misinformation.
   Xu Y, Wong R, He S, Veldre A, Andrews S
  Despite advances in digital technology that have resulted in more people 
  accessing information via mobile devices, little is known about reading 
  comprehension on mobile phones. This research investigated the impact of 
  reading format by comparing sensitivity to misinformation presented either 
  in printed texts or in digital format on mobile phones to readers of English 
  versus Chinese. Participants read pairs of short newspaper-style articles 
  containing a critical piece of information that was either retracted or not 
  retracted, and were later assessed on their memory for critical and general 
  details, as well as inferential judgements related to the retracted 
  information. The average results replicated previous evidence that repeating 
  the original misinformation at the time of retraction enhanced memory 
  updating. However, reading on a mobile phone reduced the likelihood that 
  readers noticed the retraction and updated their memory with alternative 
  information in both language groups and reduced the extent to which 
  inferences were modified by the alternative information in readers of 
  Chinese but not English. Chinese readers showed significantly better general 
  memory, but were more affected by the continued influence of the 
  misinformation. These differences between Chinese and English-speaking 
  participants may reflect cultural influences on the tendency to apply a 
  dialectical rather than an analytic reasoning strategy and incorporate 
  contradictory information into the memory representation of a discourse or 
  event.
   Keywords: Chinese; Continued-influence effect; Digital format; 
    Misinformation; Mobile phone; Reading comprehension
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.3758/s13421-020-01046-0
  URL: http://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32430888

                         Asia Pac J Public Health. 2020 May 19. 1010539520927261
 9. COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic: Information Sources Channels for the 
     Public Health Awareness.
   Ali MY, Bhatti R
  The main purpose of this paper is to highlight the important information 
  sources of the Public Health awareness used by the library and information 
  sources in this Pandemic situation. Social distancing phase Information 
  professional used a different medium to connect with their patron and try to 
  serve the best manner. The role of the information professional in health 
  information and health literacy is very vital. Information professional 
  public health awareness information with the library patrons and the general 
  public. In this paper, the researchers provide a brief introduction to 
  different information channel support in information dissemination.
   Keywords: COVID-19; coronavirus; health information; librarian; pandemic; 
    public health
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/1010539520927261
  URL: http://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32429681

                     J Am Coll Radiol. 2020 May 16. pii: S1546-1440(20)30410-5. 
10. Readability and Quality of Online Patient Education Material on 
     Websites of Breast Imaging Centers.
   Choudhery S, Xi Y, Chen H, Aboul-Fettouh N, Goldenmerry Y, Ho C, Viroslav 
   H, Zhang C, Goudreau S
  OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to assess the readability and 
  quality of patient information regarding mammography, tomosynthesis, and 
  breast density on the websites of ACR-designated mammography Breast Imaging 
  Centers of Excellence (BICOEs) in the United States.
   MATERIALS AND METHODS: In this institutional review board-exempt study, 
  websites of mammography BICOEs were identified by state. Websites were 
  assessed for presence of patient education material on screening 
  mammography, tomosynthesis, and breast density. This material was then 
  assessed for readability using five well-established readability metrics 
  (Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease Index, Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level, Gunning-Fog 
  Score, Coleman-Liau Index, and Simple Measure of Gobbledygook Index) and for 
  quality using the DISCERN instrument.
   RESULTS: We identified 1,482 BICOE centers, of which 1,451 (98%) had 
  websites; 79% (1,156 of 1,451) of websites had information on screening 
  mammography, 45% (657 of 1,451) on tomosynthesis, and 16% (228 of 1,451) on 
  breast density. Readability analysis showed that the overall average grade 
  level of patient information was 12.4. Average readability grade levels by 
  tested indexes were Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level of 11.5, Gunning-Fog Score of 
  14.1, Coleman-Liau Index of 14.1, and Simple Measure of Gobbledygook Index 
  of 10.9. The average Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease score was 45, with 0 being 
  the most difficult and 100 being the easiest text to read. The overall 
  DISCERN score nationally was 2.61 of 5 (with 5 representing the highest 
  quality).
   CONCLUSIONS: Although most BICOEs have patient education material on their 
  websites regarding mammography and some have information regarding 
  tomosynthesis and breast density, the average readability grade level of 
  this material is more than double the nationally recommended readability 
  grade level of 6 for health care information. Additionally, the overall 
  quality of this material is relatively low per established quality metrics.
   Keywords: Mammography; online; patient education quality; readability
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jacr.2020.04.016
  URL: http://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32428435

                Travel Med Infect Dis. 2020 May 14. pii: S1477-8939(20)30176-9. 
11. YouTube videos as a source of Hepatitis C-related information: A 
     cross-sectional study.
   Ortiz-Martínez Y, Castellanos-Mateus S, Rojas-Moreno H, Suárez-Molina J
   Keywords: Hepatitis C; Knowledge; Online systems; Social media; 
    Video-audio media
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tmaid.2020.101708
  URL: http://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32417437

                      J Biomed Inform. 2020 May 18. pii: S1532-0464(20)30080-0. 
12. Summarization of biomedical articles using domain-specific word 
     embeddings and graph ranking.
   Moradi M, Dashti M, Samwald M
  Text summarization tools can help biomedical researchers and clinicians 
  reduce the time and effort needed for acquiring important information from 
  numerous documents. It has been shown that the input text can be modeled as 
  a graph, and important sentences can be selected by identifying central 
  nodes within the graph. However, the effective representation of documents, 
  quantifying the relatedness of sentences, and selecting the most informative 
  sentences are main challenges that need to be addressed in graph-based 
  summarization. In this paper, we address these challenges in the context of 
  biomedical text summarization. We evaluate the efficacy of a graph-based 
  summarizer using different types of context-free and contextualized 
  embeddings. The word representations are produced by pre-training neural 
  language models on large corpora of biomedical texts. The summarizer models 
  the input text as a graph in which the strength of relations between 
  sentences is measured using the domain specific vector representations. We 
  also assess the usefulness of different graph ranking techniques in the 
  sentence selection step of our summarization method. Using the common 
  Recall-Oriented Understudy for Gisting Evaluation (ROUGE) metrics, we 
  evaluate the performance of our summarizer against various comparison 
  methods. The results show that when the summarizer utilizes proper 
  combinations of context-free and contextualized embeddings, along with an 
  effective ranking method, it can outperform the other methods. We 
  demonstrate that the best settings of our graph-based summarizer can 
  efficiently improve the informative content of summaries and decrease the 
  redundancy.
   Keywords: Deep learning; Graph ranking; Medical text mining; Natural 
    language processing; Text summarization; Word embedding
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbi.2020.103452
  URL: http://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32439479

               Brief Bioinform. 2020 May 18. pii: bbaa057. [Epub ahead of print]
13. Recent advances in biomedical literature mining.
   Zhao S, Su C, Lu Z, Wang F
  The recent years have witnessed a rapid increase in the number of scientific 
  articles in biomedical domain. These literature are mostly available and 
  readily accessible in electronic format. The domain knowledge hidden in them 
  is critical for biomedical research and applications, which makes biomedical 
  literature mining (BLM) techniques highly demanding. Numerous efforts have 
  been made on this topic from both biomedical informatics (BMI) and computer 
  science (CS) communities. The BMI community focuses more on the concrete 
  application problems and thus prefer more interpretable and descriptive 
  methods, while the CS community chases more on superior performance and 
  generalization ability, thus more sophisticated and universal models are 
  developed. The goal of this paper is to provide a review of the recent 
  advances in BLM from both communities and inspire new research directions.
   Keywords: Biomedical Literature Mining; Deep Learning; Natural Language 
    Processing
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/bib/bbaa057
  URL: http://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32422651

                   J Am Acad Orthop Surg Glob Res Rev. 2020 Mar;pii: e19.00181. 
14. The Quality of Online Orthopaedic Oncology Information.
   Zade RT, Tartaglione JP, Chisena E, Adams CT, DiCaprio MR
  "Cancer" is one of the top three health-related Internet searches, yet 
  research shows over 30% of patients are confused after searching for medical 
  information. The quality and accuracy of Internet oncology literature varies 
  widely and can affect patient perceptions or seeking of care.
   Purpose: This study hypothesizes that online patient resources for 
  orthopaedic oncology are often inconsistent, inaccurate, or incomprehensible 
  by the standard patient and examines the readability, quality, and accuracy 
  of common orthopaedic oncology websites.
   Methods: Three common search terms were searched in three popular search 
  engines. The first 25 nonsponsored websites were identified for each term; 
  randomized to search term; and evaluated via a 25-question quality score, 
  DISCERN treatment-based score, predetermined accuracy score, and 
  Flesch-Kincaid reading level.
   Results: Forty-eight websites were included. Website quality, DISCERN score, 
  accuracy score, and reading level were not statistically different based on 
  search term. Quality and DISCERN scores were markedly higher from websites 
  without commercial gain. Websites were consistently written above the 
  recommended reading level.
   Discussion: Online orthopaedic oncology literature is frequently confusing 
  and complicated. The orthopaedic surgeon should be aware that patients 
  frequently access this information and should ensure that patients receive 
  accurate primary source material relevant to their care.
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.5435/JAAOSGlobal-D-19-00181
  URL: http://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32440631

                                                J Med Internet Res. 2020 Apr 09.
15. Web-Based Health Information Following the Renewal of the Cervical 
     Screening Program in Australia: An Evaluation of the Readability, 
     Understandability and Credibility.
   Mac OA, Thayre A, Tan S, Dodd RH
  BACKGROUND: Three main changes were implemented in the Australian National 
  Cervical Screening Program (NCSP) in December 2017: an increase in the 
  recommended age to start screening, extended screening intervals, and change 
  from the Papanicolaou (Pap) test to primary human papillomavirus screening 
  (cervical screening test). The internet is a readily accessible source of 
  information to explain the reasons for these changes to the public. It is 
  important that web-based health information about changes to national 
  screening programs is accessible and understandable for the general 
  population.
   OBJECTIVE: This study aimed to evaluate Australian web-based resources that 
  provide information about the changes to the cervical screening program.
   METHODS: The term cervical screening was searched in 3 search engines. The 
  first 10 relevant results across the first 3 pages of each search engine 
  were selected. Overall, 2 authors independently evaluated each website for 
  readability (Flesch Reading Ease [FRE], Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level, and 
  Simple Measure of Gobbledygook [SMOG] index), quality of information 
  (Patient Education Materials Assessment Tool [PEMAT] for printable 
  materials), credibility (Journal of the American Medical Association [JAMA] 
  benchmark criteria and presence of Health on the Net Foundation code of 
  conduct [HONcode] certification), website design, and usability with 5 
  simulation questions to assess the relevance of information. A descriptive 
  analysis was conducted for the readability measures, PEMAT, and the JAMA 
  benchmark criteria.
   RESULTS: Of the 49 websites identified in the search, 15 were eligible for 
  inclusion. The consumer-focused websites were classed as fairly difficult to 
  read (mean FRE score 51.8, SD 13.3). The highest FRE score (easiest to read) 
  was 70.4 (Cancer Council Australia Cervical Screening Consumer Site), and 
  the lowest FRE score (most difficult to read) was 33.0 (NCSP Clinical 
  Guidelines). A total of 9 consumer-focused websites and 4 health care 
  provider-focused websites met the recommended threshold (sixth to eighth 
  grade; SMOG index) for readability. The mean PEMAT understandability scores 
  were 87.7% (SD 6.0%) for consumer-focused websites and 64.9% (SD 13.8%) for 
  health care provider-focused websites. The mean actionability scores were 
  58.1% (SD 19.1%) for consumer-focused websites and 36.7% (SD 11.0%) for 
  health care provider-focused websites. Moreover, 9 consumer-focused and 3 
  health care provider-focused websites scored above 70% for 
  understandability, and 2 consumer-focused websites had an actionability 
  score above 70%. A total of 3 websites met all 4 of the JAMA benchmark 
  criteria, and 2 websites displayed the HONcode.
   CONCLUSIONS: It is important for women to have access to information that is 
  at an appropriate reading level to better understand the implications of the 
  changes to the cervical screening program. These findings can help health 
  care providers direct their patients toward websites that provide 
  information on cervical screening that is written at accessible reading 
  levels and has high understandability.
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.2196/16701
  URL: http://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32442134

                                     Health Info Libr J. 2020 Jun;37(2): 168-169
16. Shane Godbolt, 9 December 1943 - 24 November 2019.
   
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/hir.12309
  URL: http://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32419343

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January 2019, Week 1
December 2018, Week 5
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December 2018, Week 3
December 2018, Week 2
December 2018, Week 1
November 2018, Week 5
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November 2018, Week 3
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November 2018, Week 1
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January 2018, Week 5
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January 2018, Week 1
December 2017, Week 5
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December 2017, Week 3
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December 2017, Week 1
November 2017, Week 5
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January 2017, Week 5
January 2017, Week 4
January 2017, Week 3
January 2017, Week 2
January 2017, Week 1
December 2016, Week 5
December 2016, Week 4
December 2016, Week 3
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December 2016, Week 1
November 2016, Week 5
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November 2016, Week 1
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January 2016, Week 1
December 2015, Week 5
December 2015, Week 4
December 2015, Week 3
December 2015, Week 2
December 2015, Week 1
November 2015, Week 5
November 2015, Week 4
November 2015, Week 3
November 2015, Week 2
November 2015, Week 1
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December 2014, Week 5
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November 2014, Week 5
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November 2014, Week 3
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December 2013, Week 5
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December 2012, Week 5
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November 2012, Week 5
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December 2011, Week 5
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December 2010, Week 5
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December 2009, Week 5
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December 2008, Week 5
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December 2007, Week 5
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December 2006, Week 5
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