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Beth Whipple



  1. Surkis, A, Hogle JA, DiazGranados D, Hunt JD, Mazmanian PE, Connors E, Westby K, Whipple EC, Adamus T, Mueller M, Aphinyanaphongs Y. Classifying publications along the translational science spectrum: a machine learning approach, Journal of Translational Medicine. Accepted July 2016.
  2. Wilson AB, Taylor MA, Klein BA, Sugrue MK, Whipple EC, Brokaw JJ.  Meta analysis and review of learner performance: virtual versus optical microscopy, Medical Education. 2016; 50(4):428-40.
  3. Dixon BE, Whipple EC, Lajiness JM, Murray MD. Utilizing an integrated infrastructure for outcomes research: a systematic review, Health Information & Libraries Journal. 2016 March; 33(1):7-32.
  4. Liu GC, Odell JD, Whipple EC, Ralston RK, Carroll AE, Downs SM. Data visualization for truth maintenance in clinical decision support systems, International Journal of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. 2015;2(2):64-9.
  5. Odell J, Whipple EC. The changing landscape of scholarly publishing: will Radiation Research survive?, Radiation Research, 2013 October;180(4):335-339. PMID: 24044487 (Cover article)
  6. Whipple EC, Odell JD, Ralston RK, Liu GC. When Informationists Get Involved: The CHICA-GIS Project, Journal of eScience Librarianship, 2013 2(1): 41-45.
  7. Whipple EC, Dixon BE, McGowan JJ. Linking Health Information Technology to Patient Safety and Quality Outcomes: A Bibliometric Analysis and Review, Informatics for Health and Social Care 2013 January;(1):1-14. PMID: 22657387
  8. Whipple EC, Allgood KL, LaRue EM. Third Year Medical Students’ Knowledge of Privacy and Security Issues Concerning Mobile Devices, Medical Teacher 2012 34(8):e532-e548. PMID: 22489969
  9. Hunt J, Whipple EC, McGowan JJ. Use of social network analysis tools to validate a resources infrastructure for interinstitutional translational research: a case study, Journal of the Medical Library Association 2012 January; 100(1):48-54. PMID: 22272159
  10. Whipple EC, Richwine MP, Kaneshiro KN, Brahmi FA. Teaching first-year medical students where to go first: connecting information needs to e-resources, Medical Reference Services Quarterly 2009 Summer; 28(2):108-186. PMID: 19384719
  11. Whipple EC, McGowan JJ, Dixon BE, Zafar A. The selection of high impact health informatics literature: a comparison of results between the content expert and the expert searcher, Journal of the Medical Library Association 2009 July; 97(3):212-218. PMID: 19626147
  12. Kaneshiro KN, Emmett TW, London SK, Ralston RK, Richwine MW, Skopelja EN, Brahmi FA, Whipple E.  Use of an audience response system in an evidence-based mini-curriculum, Medical Reference Services Quarterly 2008 Fall; 27(3):284-301. PMID: 19042709
  13. Dixon BE, Zafar A, Whipple EC, Cravens GD, McGowan J. Facilitating informatics knowledge dissemination: targeted implementation resources for health care providers, American Medical Informatics Association: Annual Symposium Proceedings 2008 November; 6:932. PMID: 18998794
  14. Skopelja, EN, Whipple EC, Richwine P. Reaching and Teaching Teens: Adolescent Health Literacy and the Internet, Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet 2008 June; 12(2): 105-118.


  1. Whipple, EC. Mobile Apps for Accessing, Storing, & Sharing Medical Literature. Monroe Owen County Medical Society Newsletter. March 2013. 12(1):3.
  2. Whipple, EC. Book Review. “Health Informatics for Medical Librarians. Cleveland, Ana D., and Cleveland, Donald B.” Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 2010 7(3):268-270.


  1. Dixon BE, Rosenman M, Xia Y, Grannis SJ. A vision for the systematic monitoring and improvement of the quality of electronic health data, Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 2013;192:884-888.