volume 16, issue 2, P47-47 2010
DOI: 10.1007/bf03355136
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Sandra L. Bertman

Abstract: Twenty earnest scientists, librarians, and academic physicians sit around the table deciding which journals to index for the world's biomedical literature. As a clinician with no academic affiliation, I am the odd man out. A new periodical on the medical humanities comes up for consideration. It is excellent and addresses an underrepresented area (Table 1). After I wax enthusiastic about this periodical, a medical scientist asks why this should be included-what the Humanities have to do with Science? There are…

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