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[bims-librar] 2019-06-16, twenty selections

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bims-librar       Biomed News on Biomedical librarianship
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 1. A Productive Proposed Search Syntax for Health Disaster Preparedness 
     Research.
 2. Medical misinformation and the internet: a call to arms.
 3. Can You Hear Me Now? Social Listening as a Strategy for Understanding 
     User Needs.
 4. Leveraging the Librarian in a Nurse Residency Program.
 5. Now Tell Us What You Want: Information-Seeking Habits of Health 
     Sciences Faculty.
 6. ARtPM: Article Retrieval for Precision Medicine.
 7. Reference to Stacks: Getting the Most out of Library Resources.
 8. Event-Dataset: Temporal information retrieval and text classification 
     dataset.
 9. An Optometry Librarian's Vision: Improved Student Scholarly 
     Communication.
10. No Regrets When It Comes to Your Health: Anticipated Regret, 
     Subjective Norms, Information Insufficiency and Intent to Seek Health 
     Information from Multiple Sources.
11. Comparison of the accuracy of CBCT effective radiation dose 
     information in peer-reviewed journals and dental media.
12. Mining of Textual Health Information from Reddit: Analysis of Chronic 
     Diseases With Extracted Entities and Their Relations.
13. Quality assessment of patient information on the management of 
     gallstone disease in the internet - A systematic analysis using the 
     modified ensuring quality information for patients tool.
14. PROSPERO: An International Register of Systematic Review Protocols.
15. Learning Instruction: How an Academic Librarian Transitioned to a 
     Health Sciences Environment.
16. The development of search filters for adverse effects of medical 
     devices in medline and embase.
17. Use of Web-Based Health Services in Individuals With and Without 
     Symptoms of Hypochondria: Survey Study.
18. ESLMT: a new clustering method for biomedical document retrieval.
19. Learning to Love the LOR: Implementing an Internal Learning Object 
     Repository at a Large National Organization.
20. eHealth Literacy in Otolaryngology Patients.

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                                         Bull Emerg Trauma. 2019 Apr;7(2): 93-98
 1. A Productive Proposed Search Syntax for Health Disaster Preparedness 
     Research.
   Rastegarfar B, Ardalan A, Nejat S, Keshtkar A, Moradian MJ
  Objective: To find a proper search strategy to do a systematic review 
  related to preparedness for disasters.
   Methods: MeSH and Emtree terms were searched to detect synonyms for two main 
  search terms "disaster" and "preparedness". Expert opinion on the synonyms 
  was examined applying a Google form. The adopted syntax was searched in 
  PubMed and results were sifted. Hand searching in two top key journals was 
  done and sensitivity was calculated.
   Results: Out of 1120 articles, 122 were included. In PDM journal, 10 
  articles were included by hand searching, out of which 5 were not spotted in 
  PubMed search with the proposed syntax. In DMPHP journal, 13 publications 
  were included, with 5 not found in PubMed search. Because of human error in 
  hand searching 2 articles were added.
   Conclusion: The proposed syntax in this study achieves a sensitivity of 
  search of 0.6 in PubMed which could be quite applicable for researchers. 
  Moreover, in case only MeSH or Emtree terms were applied in search strategy 
  or where hand searching was not performed, there were a number of articles 
  missed.
   Keywords: Disaster; Health; Preparedness
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.29252/beat-070201.
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31198795

                               Lancet. 2019 Jun 08. pii: S0140-6736(19)31206-1. 
 2. Medical misinformation and the internet: a call to arms.
   Gunter J
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(19)31206-1
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31180024

                               Med Ref Serv Q. 2019 Apr-Jun;38(2):38(2): 181-186
 3. Can You Hear Me Now? Social Listening as a Strategy for Understanding 
     User Needs.
   Pomputius A
  Maintaining regular engagement with audiences through various forms of 
  social media is becoming more important as library users and the general 
  public increasingly rely on social media for news, updates, and feedback. 
  While large corporations have been monitoring social media for more than a 
  decade, libraries have recently begun to use social listening to stay 
  abreast of trends and assess user needs as voiced directly by their 
  communities. This column will explain what social listening is, explore 
  concerns over its widespread application, consider examples of social media 
  listening software currently available, and offer an overview of its 
  application in library settings.
   Keywords: Emerging technology; libraries; social listening; social media
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/02763869.2019.1588042
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31173567

                               Med Ref Serv Q. 2019 Apr-Jun;38(2):38(2): 113-130
 4. Leveraging the Librarian in a Nurse Residency Program.
   Glotfelty-Scheuering OA
  Hospitals are increasingly implementing Nurse Residency Programs (NRPs), but 
  medical librarians are often left out of their institution's respective 
  programs. Librarians possess a unique, knowledge-based skill set that is a 
  natural fit for the content and goals of a NRP and should be more frequently 
  considered and used by such programs. This article identifies and explores 
  several roles for librarians in NRPs and discusses the impact and results of 
  including librarians.
   Keywords: Escape room; Nurse Residency Program; evidence-based nursing; 
    evidence-based practice; hospital library; medical librarian
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/02763869.2019.1588043
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31173568

                               Med Ref Serv Q. 2019 Apr-Jun;38(2):38(2): 131-142
 5. Now Tell Us What You Want: Information-Seeking Habits of Health 
     Sciences Faculty.
   Inman M, Blevins AE, Ketterman E, Young KL
  Over the years, library collections have vastly changed due to an 
  ever-growing presence of resources available online. Many libraries have 
  experienced a dramatic decrease in the circulation of physical materials 
  with the shift to online availability of materials. It is of great value to 
  ensure libraries are meeting the needs of their users, and this can be 
  accomplished by identifying their information-seeking patterns. The aim of 
  this article is to examine how faculty use the library and to identify what 
  services and resources are of value to their work.
   Keywords: Electronic resources; information seeking; library services; 
    survey
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/02763869.2019.1588046
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31173574

                      J Biomed Inform. 2019 Jun 11. pii: S1532-0464(19)30143-1. 
 6. ARtPM: Article Retrieval for Precision Medicine.
   Milliken LK, Motomarry SK, Kulkarni A
  BACKGROUND: Information curation and literature surveillance efforts that 
  synthesize the current knowledge about the impact of genetic variability on 
  disease states and drug responses are vitally important for the practise of 
  evidence-based precision medicine. For these efforts, finding the relevant 
  and comprehensive set of articles from the ever growing scientific 
  literature is a challenge.
   METHODS: We have designed and developed Article Retrieval for Precision 
  Medicine (ARtPM), an end-to-end article retrieval system that employs 
  multi-stage architecture to retrieve and rank relevant articles for a given 
  medical case summary (genetic variants, disease, demographic, and other 
  medical conditions). We compared ARtPM with five baselines, including PubMed 
  Best Match, the improved search functionality recently introduced by PubMed.
   RESULTS: The differences in the performance of ARtPM and five baselines were 
  statistically significant for four metrics that quantify different aspects 
  of search effectiveness (P-values for P@10, R-prec, infNDCG, Recall@1000 
  were <.001, <.001, .003, .009, respectively). Pairwise systems' comparisons 
  show that ARtPM is comparable or better than the best performing baseline on 
  three metrics (R-prec: 0.324 vs 0.299, P-value=.06; infNDCG: 0.556 vs 0.465, 
  P-value=.08; R@1000: 0.665 vs 0.572, P-value=.007), but performance in P@10 
  (0.603 vs 0.630, P-value:.64) needs to improve.
   CONCLUSION: The recall-focused phase of the ARtPM is effective at retrieving 
  more relevant articles. The precision-focused ranking phase performs well at 
  deeper ranks but needs further work on early ranks (e.g., richer feature 
  set). Overall, the ARtPM system effectively facilitates evidence-based 
  precision medicine practice, and provides a robust search framework for 
  further work in this direction.
   Keywords: Biomedical Information Retrieval; Biomedical Knowledge Curation; 
    Document Retrieval; Learning to Rank; Precision Medicine; Query Expansion
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbi.2019.103224
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31200123

                               Med Ref Serv Q. 2019 Apr-Jun;38(2):38(2): 156-162
 7. Reference to Stacks: Getting the Most out of Library Resources.
   Britton RM, Robertson J
  Changing patron demands, coupled with significant repurposing of library 
  space, led the library to experience a marked decline in the usage of the 
  print reference collection. Such a significant decrease challenged 
  librarians to find new methods for promoting this still viable collection. 
  It was decided to integrate the print reference books into the general 
  library collection. After a year, circulation data demonstrated that by 
  integrating collections, reference titles were now used more frequently.
   Keywords: Academic libraries; collection management; library space; 
    medical libraries; reference collection; reference service
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/02763869.2019.1589864
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31173573

                                                  Data Brief. 2019 Aug;25 104048
 8. Event-Dataset: Temporal information retrieval and text classification 
     dataset.
   Khan SUR, Islam MA
  Recently, Temporal Information Retrieval (TIR) has grabbed the major 
  attention of the information retrieval community. TIR exploits the temporal 
  dynamics in the information retrieval process and harnesses both textual 
  relevance and temporal relevance to fulfill the temporal information 
  requirements of a user Ur Rehman Khan et al., 2018. The focus time of 
  document is an important temporal aspect which is defined as the time to 
  which the content of the document refers Jatowt et al., 2015; Jatowt et al., 
  2013; Morbidoni et al., 2018, Khan et al., 2018. To the best of our 
  knowledge, there does not exist any standard benchmark data set (publicly 
  available) that holds the potential to comprehensively evaluate the 
  performance of focus time assessment strategies. Considering these aspects, 
  we have produced the Event-dataset, which is comprised of 35 queries and set 
  of news articles for each query. Such that, C = { Q s , D s } , where C 
  represents the dataset, Q s is query set Q s = { q 1 , q 2 , q 3 , … … . , q 
  35 } and for each q i there is a set of news articles q i = { d r , d n r } 
  . d r , d n r are sets of relevant documents and non-relevant documents 
  respectively. Each query in the dataset represents a popular event. To 
  annotate these articles into relevant and non-relevant, we have employed a 
  user-study based evaluation method wherein a group of postgraduate students 
  manually annotate the articles into the aforementioned categories. We 
  believe that the generation of such dataset can provide an opportunity for 
  the information retrieval researchers to use it as a benchmark to evaluate 
  focus time assessment methods specifically and information retrieval methods 
  generically.
   Keywords: Focus time assessment; Information retrieval; Temporal; Text 
    classification
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2019.104048
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31194158

                               Med Ref Serv Q. 2019 Apr-Jun;38(2):38(2): 163-170
 9. An Optometry Librarian's Vision: Improved Student Scholarly 
     Communication.
   Rios DM
  Health profession students benefit academically, clinically, and 
  professionally when they acquire the writing skills necessary for scholarly 
  communication. The purpose of this article is to discuss how a solo, 
  embedded health science librarian spearheaded collaborative efforts and 
  contributed to the creation of a scaffolded writing program within the 
  existing optometry curriculum. The article includes a discussion of the 
  opportunities, challenges, and outcomes of this writing endeavor.
   Keywords: Health profession students; scholarly communication; student 
    success; writing skills
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/02763869.2019.1588038
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31173572

                                                 Health Commun. 2019 Jun 10. 1-8
10. No Regrets When It Comes to Your Health: Anticipated Regret, 
     Subjective Norms, Information Insufficiency and Intent to Seek Health 
     Information from Multiple Sources.
   Ahn J, Kahlor LA
  Research suggests that a search for health information from diverse sources 
  is crucial for obtaining accurate and quality information. As a result, this 
  study examines motivators of intentions to use multiple information sources. 
  Our guiding framework is the planned risk information seeking model, which 
  poses a direct relationship between seeking-related subjective norms and 
  information seeking intentions, and an indirect relationship between those 
  two variables through information insufficiency (or perceived need for more 
  information). To further explore these relationships, we integrate a novel 
  variable, anticipated regret, as an additional mediator of both 
  relationships. The information seeking behavior of interest in this study is 
  intention to seek information through multiple sources. Survey results from 
  379 undergraduate students show that seeking-related subjective norms are 
  positively related with information insufficiency through regret, and 
  positively related with seeking intent through regret and information 
  insufficiency. The implications of these findings are discussed.
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/10410236.2019.1626535
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31177829

                                       Gen Dent. 2019 May-Jun;67(3):67(3): 38-46
11. Comparison of the accuracy of CBCT effective radiation dose 
     information in peer-reviewed journals and dental media.
   Hicks D, Melkers M, Barna J, Isett KR, Gilbert GH
  Accessible sources of clinical information have proliferated over the past 
  decade. Although these new sources that contextualize information for 
  practice are user friendly, there are questions about their accuracy because 
  much of the material is not peer reviewed. On the other hand, traditional 
  peer-reviewed material can be somewhat removed from the needs of practicing 
  dentists, and recently questions have been raised about the accuracy of 
  journals. This study assessed the accuracy of cone beam computed tomography 
  (CBCT) radiation safety information in both professional media and 
  peer-reviewed journals. Articles introducing CBCT technology to dentists and 
  published in peer-reviewed journals were compared to articles appearing in 
  professional magazines, clinically oriented news sites, and blogs written by 
  clinicians for clinicians. The reported radiation doses of CBCT and 
  conventional dental radiographs were recorded, as were conclusions about the 
  comparative doses of these 2 imaging modalities. The proportion of articles 
  reporting CBCT dose to be greater than, equal to, or less than that of 
  conventional dental radiographs was not different between the peer-reviewed 
  and professional media articles during the period 2003-2016. There is weak 
  evidence that the conclusions of peer-reviewed journal articles, but not 
  professional media sources, became more conservative after the 2010 
  publication of an article in The New York Times that was critical of 
  misinformation concerning the safety and efficacy of CBCT in dentistry. 
  Professional media articles that were not peer reviewed were as accurate as 
  peer-reviewed journals for this topic and during the time period assessed. 
  However, the method used here necessitated a narrow focus, and more studies 
  are needed to broaden understanding.
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31199743

                                  J Med Internet Res. 2019 Jun 13. 21(6): e12876
12. Mining of Textual Health Information from Reddit: Analysis of Chronic 
     Diseases With Extracted Entities and Their Relations.
   Foufi V, Timakum T, Gaudet-Blavignac C, Lovis C, Song M
  BACKGROUND: Social media platforms constitute a rich data source for natural 
  language processing tasks such as named entity recognition, relation 
  extraction, and sentiment analysis. In particular, social media platforms 
  about health provide a different insight into patient's experiences with 
  diseases and treatment than those found in the scientific literature.
   OBJECTIVE: This paper aimed to report a study of entities related to chronic 
  diseases and their relation in user-generated text posts. The major focus of 
  our research is the study of biomedical entities found in health social 
  media platforms and their relations and the way people suffering from 
  chronic diseases express themselves.
   METHODS: We collected a corpus of 17,624 text posts from disease-specific 
  subreddits of the social news and discussion website Reddit. For entity and 
  relation extraction from this corpus, we employed the PKDE4J tool developed 
  by Song et al (2015). PKDE4J is a text mining system that integrates 
  dictionary-based entity extraction and rule-based relation extraction in a 
  highly flexible and extensible framework.
   RESULTS: Using PKDE4J, we extracted 2 types of entities and relations: 
  biomedical entities and relations and subject-predicate-object entity 
  relations. In total, 82,138 entities and 30,341 relation pairs were 
  extracted from the Reddit dataset. The most highly mentioned entities were 
  those related to oncological disease (2884 occurrences of cancer) and asthma 
  (2180 occurrences). The relation pair anatomy-disease was the most frequent 
  (5550 occurrences), the highest frequent entities in this pair being cancer 
  and lymph. The manual validation of the extracted entities showed a very 
  good performance of the system at the entity extraction task (3682/5151, 
  71.48% extracted entities were correctly labeled).
   CONCLUSIONS: This study showed that people are eager to share their personal 
  experience with chronic diseases on social media platforms despite possible 
  privacy and security issues. The results reported in this paper are 
  promising and demonstrate the need for more in-depth studies on the way 
  patients with chronic diseases express themselves on social media platforms.
   Keywords: chronic disease; data mining; social media
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.2196/12876
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31199327

    HPB (Oxford). 2019 Jun 05. pii: S1365-182X(19)30476-9. [Epub ahead of print]
13. Quality assessment of patient information on the management of 
     gallstone disease in the internet - A systematic analysis using the 
     modified ensuring quality information for patients tool.
   Raptis DA, Sinanyan M, Ghani S, Soggiu F, Gilliland JJ, Imber C
  INTRODUCTION: The internet has become a fundamental source of medical 
  information for patients, however, little is known about the quality of 
  patient information regarding the management of gallstone disease (GD).
   METHODS: A systematic review of information on GD in the internet was 
  performed. The top 100 websites for every different search term and search 
  engine were assessed using the validated EQIP tool (Score 0-36).
   RESULTS: A total of 2000 websites were identified and 212 (11%) were 
  eligible for analysis. The overall median EQIP score of all websites was 15 
  (IQR 13-18). Of all websites, 63% originated from North America however, 
  these represented the lowest median EQIP score of 15. Only 41% of the 
  websites differentiated between clinical presentations and 19% provided 
  emergency information. Only 3% of the websites reported complication rates, 
  ranging from 3 to 36%.
   CONCLUSION: This is a comprehensive assessment of online patient information 
  on GD using the EQIP tool. The assessment of the quality of websites 
  concerning GD by the EQIP tool indicates that the majority of sites were of 
  low-quality information. There is an immediate need for better informative 
  and educational websites regarding GD that are compatible with international 
  quality standards.
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hpb.2019.03.355
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31174998

                               Med Ref Serv Q. 2019 Apr-Jun;38(2):38(2): 171-180
14. PROSPERO: An International Register of Systematic Review Protocols.
   Schiavo JH
  PROSPERO is an international database of systematic review protocols 
  produced by the University of York's Center for Research and Dissemination 
  and funded by the National Institute for Health Research. It contains 
  protocols of systematic reviews on health and social care, welfare, public 
  health, education, crime, justice, and health-related international 
  development. PROSPERO compiles a comprehensive listing of systematic review 
  protocols in an attempt to avoid duplication of effort, reduce reporting 
  bias, and promote transparency.
   Keywords: Evidence-based practice; health sciences database; product 
    evaluation; search engine
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/02763869.2019.1588072
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31173570

                               Med Ref Serv Q. 2019 Apr-Jun;38(2):38(2): 197-201
15. Learning Instruction: How an Academic Librarian Transitioned to a 
     Health Sciences Environment.
   Moreau E
  This guest column details the experience of an early career academic 
  librarian learning how to instruct and assist students in health sciences 
  programs. It includes information on mentoring, peer coaching, formal and 
  informal trainings, and proficiencies needed for reference and instruction 
  services. The author shares sources of specific knowledge and skills that 
  empowered her to transition to health sciences librarianship.
   Keywords: Library instruction; health sciences librarianship; medical 
    education
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/02763869.2019.1595281
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31173569

                                                Health Info Libr J. 2019 Jun 11.
16. The development of search filters for adverse effects of medical 
     devices in medline and embase.
   Golder S, Farrah K, Mierzwinski-Urban M, Wright K, Loke YK
  BACKGROUND: Objectively derived search filters for adverse drug effects and 
  complications in surgery have been developed but not for medical device 
  adverse effects.
   OBJECTIVE: To develop and validate search filters to retrieve evidence on 
  medical device adverse effects from ovid medline and embase.
   METHODS: We identified systematic reviews from Epistemonikos and the Health 
  Technology Assessment (hta) database. Included studies within these reviews 
  that reported on medical device adverse effects were randomly divided into 
  three test sets and one validation set of records. Using word frequency 
  analysis from one test set, we constructed a sensitivity maximising search 
  strategy. This strategy was refined using two other test sets, then 
  validated.
   RESULTS: From 186 systematic reviews which met our inclusion criteria, 1984 
  unique included studies were available from medline and 1986 from embase. 
  Generic adverse effects searches in medline and embase achieved 84% and 83% 
  sensitivity. Recall was improved to over 90%, however, when specific adverse 
  effects terms were added.
   CONCLUSION: We have derived and validated novel search filters that retrieve 
  over 80% of records with medical device adverse effects data in medline and 
  embase. The addition of specific adverse effects terms is required to 
  achieve higher levels of sensitivity.
   Keywords: embase ; medline ; information retrieval; literature searching; 
    medical devices; medical subject headings (MeSH); meta-analysis; 
    methodological filters; review; search strategies; searching
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/hir.12260
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31187590

                                  J Med Internet Res. 2019 Jun 10. 21(6): e10980
17. Use of Web-Based Health Services in Individuals With and Without 
     Symptoms of Hypochondria: Survey Study.
   Eichenberg C, Schott M
  BACKGROUND: An increasing number of people consult physicians because of 
  distressing information found online. Cyberchondria refers to the phenomenon 
  of health anxiety because of online health information.
   OBJECTIVE: This study aimed to examine online health research of individuals 
  with and without symptoms of hypochondria and their impact on health anxiety 
  as well as behavior.
   METHODS: An online survey was conducted. Demographic data, health-related 
  internet use, and general health behavior were assessed. The illness 
  attitude scale was used to record symptoms of hypochondria.
   RESULTS: The final sample consisted of N=471 participants. More than 40% 
  (188/471) of participants showed at least some symptoms of hypochondria. 
  Participants with symptoms of hypochondria used the internet more frequently 
  for health-related purposes and also frequented more online services than 
  individuals without symptoms. Most online health services were rated as more 
  reliable by individuals with symptoms of hypochondria. Changes to behavior 
  such as doctor hopping or ordering nonprescribed medicine online were 
  considered more likely by individuals with symptoms of hypochondria.
   CONCLUSIONS: Results show that individuals with symptoms of hypochondria do 
  not turn to online research as a result of lacking alternatives but rather 
  consult health services on- as well as offline.
   Keywords: anxiety; eHealth; hypochondria; survey
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.2196/10980
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31199311

Biomed Tech (Berl). 2019 Jun 14. pii: /j/bmte.ahead-of-print/bmt-2018-0068/bmt-2018-0068.xml. 
18. ESLMT: a new clustering method for biomedical document retrieval.
   Keyvanpour M, Serpush F
  MEDLINE is a rapidly growing database; to utilize this resource, 
  practitioners and biomedical researchers have dealt with tedious and 
  time-consuming tasks such as discovering, searching, reading and evaluating 
  of biomedical documents. However, making a label for a group of biomedical 
  documents is expensive and needs a complicated operation. Otherwise, 
  compound words, polysemous and synonymous problems can influence the search 
  in MEDLINE. Therefore, designing an efficient way of sharing knowledge and 
  information organization is essential so that information retrieval systems 
  can provide ideal outcomes. For this purpose, different strategies are used 
  in the retrieval of biomedical documents (RBD). However, still a number of 
  unrelated results for the users' query are obtained in the RBD process. 
  Studies have shown that well-defined clusters in the retrieval system 
  exhibit a more efficient performance in contrast to the document-based 
  retrieval. Accordingly, the present study proposes the Expanding Statistical 
  Language Modeling and Thesaurus (ESLMT) for clustering and retrieving 
  biomedical documents. The results showed that Clustering with ESLM 
  Similarity and Thesaurus (CESLMST) in all those criteria in this study have 
  a higher value than the other compared methods. The results indicated that 
  the mean average precision (MAP) has improved in the Clusters' Retrieval 
  Derived from ESLM Similarity-Query (CRDESLMS-QET) method in comparison to 
  the previous methods with the Text REtrieval Conference (TREC) data set.
   Keywords: MEDLINE; MeSH thesaurus; biomedical document retrieval; 
    clustering; statistical language modeling
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/bmt-2018-0068
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31199756

                               Med Ref Serv Q. 2019 Apr-Jun;38(2):38(2): 143-155
19. Learning to Love the LOR: Implementing an Internal Learning Object 
     Repository at a Large National Organization.
   Knapp M, Risha Z, Gatewood R, Van Der Volgen J, Brown R, Kizilboga R
  This article is a case study that discusses the development and 
  implementation of an internal learning object repository (LOR) for a large 
  national organization with a distributed working environment. It describes 
  the organizational environment and why an internal LOR was needed. It 
  describes technical considerations, including the various document 
  management systems (DMS) available, and why an open source DMS was selected 
  to use as an internal LOR. Lastly, this article weighs the benefits and 
  challenges of implementing a LOR across a distributed working environment 
  and reflects on challenges associated with implementation.
   Keywords: Digital learning objects repository; document management 
    systems; learning object repository
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/02763869.2019.1588049
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31173571

                            Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol. 2019 Jun 13. 3489419856377
20. eHealth Literacy in Otolaryngology Patients.
   Bailey CE, Kohler WJ, Makary C, Davis K, Sweet N, Carr M
  OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to compare eHealth literacy-one's 
  perception of one's ability to use the Internet for health care-among 
  otolaryngology patients in 3 geographic settings of the same department.
   SETTING: An academic otolaryngology department.
   METHOD: Patients' opinions and perceptions of their eHealth literacy were 
  assessed with a validated paper survey administered in the summer of 2017.
   RESULTS: Of 381 asked, 351 people completed the survey, 149 at a university 
  town teaching hospital clinic (group A), 101 at a nearby rural clinic (group 
  B), and 101 at a remote rural clinic (group C). Mean scores were 30.80, 
  28.97, and 29.03 for groups A, B, and C, respectively. The overall mean was 
  29.76 ± 5.97. Three surveys reported the minimum score of 8, and 26 reported 
  the maximum score of 40. Results were statistically significantly different 
  among all sites (P = .001), between groups A and B (P = .027), and between 
  groups A and C (P = .0175). Women reported higher eHealth literacy (30.13 ± 
  6.27) than men (28.87 ± 5.11) (P = .045). Participant age and role (patient 
  or parent of a patient) were statistically insignificant. Mean scores were 
  similar to those previously reported in other patient populations.
   CONCLUSIONS: Otolaryngology patients in a university town had better eHealth 
  literacy than patients in more rural settings, suggesting that online 
  medical resources and access points are less likely to be useful in rural 
  populations.
   Keywords: eHEALS; eHealth; electronic; health literacy; self-assessment
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0003489419856377
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31195809

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