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A Library for Internists IX: Recommendations from the American College of Physicians*

Mark E. Frisse, MD; and Valerie Florance, MLS, PhD
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*Because of space constraints, a condensed version of “A Library for Internists IX” is published here. For the full-text version, which includes annotations of the materials listed, readers are referred to the American College of Physicians' World Wide Web site (www.acponline.org). Reprints will contain the full text. The Library for Internists Core Committee of the American College of Physicians was chaired by Drs. Mark E. Frisse and Valerie Florance. Dr. Frisse is the Director of the Bernard Becker Medical Library and Associate Dean for Academic Information Management, Washington University School of Medicine (St. Louis, Missouri). Dr. Florance is the Director of the Edward G. Miner Library, University of Rochester Medical Center (Rochester, New York), and is an assistant professor for the School of Nursing and the School of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Rochester. Other members of the Library for Internists IX Core Committee include Frank Davidoff, MD, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Brad Evanoff, MD, St. Louis, Missouri; Daniel P. Sulmasy, OFM, MD, PhD, Washington, DC; Margaret Tempero, MD, Omaha, Nebraska; and Mark J. Utell, MD, Rochester, New York. Acknowledgments: We appreciate the long hours and hard work provided by staff members of the American College of Physicians, particularly Erin J. Bernhardt, project coordinator, and Susan Perry, creator of the database that produced the Library. Ms. Bernhardt corresponded with committee members, nominators of books, and publishers; maintained and updated relevant files; collated and edited the final bibliography; and checked the accuracy of citations. We are also grateful for the time, energy, and ideas provided by the members of the Library for Internists IX Core Committee, who took significant time to scrutinize the nominated works. Finally, we thank all who sent in nominations, for without their contributions none of this would have been possible. Requests for Reprints: Customer Service, American College of Physicians, Independence Mall West, Sixth Street at Race, Philadelphia, PA 19106-1572. Telephone, 800-523-1546; fax, 215-351-2594.


Copyright ©2004 by the American College of Physicians


Ann Intern Med. 1997;126(10):836-846. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-126-10-199705150-00043
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The American College of Physicians has compiled its ninth library of reference materials designed to help internists and community libraries acquire and apply current knowledge in internal medicine. The Library for Internists began as a compilation of printed materials, but now that powerful computers and computer networks have become ubiquitous, its character is changing to include electronic information resources that will eventually compose a virtual medical library.

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