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Celebrating 1 Year of Nature Reviews Disease Primers


April 2016 marked the first anniversary of Nature Reviews Disease Primers. The journal has had a tremendous year, publishing 51 Primers and PrimeViews across all medical specialties written by more than 400 leading experts. They are receiving upwards of 15,000 visitors to the site each month and have had >20,000 views of the Huntington disease animation and HIV webinar. Nature Reviews Disease Primers publishes commissioned articles


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As the industry sees a shift in the way users search for content, librarians are in a unique position to influence the discovery process. The challenge is to make the content procured both searchable and accessible, so librarians are looking to content providers for help with discovery. Springer Nature is committed to discoverability and has dedicated staff participating in industry standards organizations, whose goals are to standardize the data and indexing so


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