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  • Roeske, Maxwell J; 0000-0003-4372-719X (2022-05-16)
    Department: Neuroscience
    Schizophrenia is a heterogeneous and functionally disabling illness that impacts individuals, their families, and society. Many individuals with schizophrenia do not achieve good clinical outcomes despite receiving optimal ...
  • Roeske, Maxwell J; 0000-0003-4372-719X (2022-05-16)
    Department: Neuroscience
    Schizophrenia is a heterogeneous and functionally disabling illness that impacts individuals, their families, and society. Many individuals with schizophrenia do not achieve good clinical outcomes despite receiving optimal ...
  • Walker, Phillip; Laferriere, Heather; Walden, Rachel Lane; Ivey, Camille (Medical reference services quarterly, 2021-10)
    Demonstrating added value can be very challenging, yet it is becoming important in academic libraries. The current literature primarily discusses citation analysis and usage reports to demonstrate return on investment for ...
  • Walden, Rachel Lane (Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries, 2021-11-24)
    SpringerLink is a subscription-based web platform for searching and accessing Springer’s collection of electronic materials. It is designed for students, researchers, educators, clinicians, and other professionals. It ...
  • Martin, Michael (2022-05)
    According to multiple studies, the lack of community college student success in many forms is a significant problem for many colleges and universities (Braxton et al., 2004; Braxton et al., 2000; Tinto, 1986, 1993). Data ...

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