The Journal of Medical Library and Information Science (JMLIS) is a scientific-research and peer-reviewed international journal of interest to researchers, and students in the health library and information sciences, which has the approval of the scientific-research rank of the Medical Sciences Journals Commission of the Islamic Republic of Iran on 2022/03/14. The journal's scope encompasses all aspects of the health library and information sciences.
The Highly Cited Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Articles of Cardiac And Cardiovascular Systems: A Scientometric Study Based on Web of Science
Estimating the Online Presence of COVID-19 Papers in Social Media: An Altmetric Study
The Effect of Staff Attitude on the Level of Students' Utilization of Library Resources in Edo State College of Nursing Sciences (EDOCNS)
Design and Development of a Public Health Information Service Model for Rural Inhabitants of Balasore District of Odisha: A Case Study
Comparative Study of Research Performance and Innovation-Industry Indicators in National and International University Ranking Systems
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