The Jefferson Digital Commons (JDC) is Jefferson’s open access institutional repository that helps you share your scholarly work with the world.
The goal of the JDC is to help Jefferson faculty, staff, researchers, and students promote their scholarly work by sharing it broadly, both with the Jefferson community and around the world. Posting your work to the JDC connects you with other researchers and professionals in your field of study and allows you to grow and measure the impact of your work.
That’s why we’re excited to announce that the JDC celebrated its six millionth download earlier this month! The JDC collection includes over 20,000 articles, historical materials, conference posters, and more. If you aren’t yet sharing your scholarly work with the JDC, do it today.
Most Recent Download: “The Significance of a Triple Flexion Reflex in the Acute Spinal Cord Injured Patient: A Case Report and Review of the Literature” Read it here
Top 10 Downloads (of all time): include “A Case Study of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder” and “The Management of Performance Anxiety with Beta-Adrenergic Blocking Agents” Check out the complete list
Most Recent Additions Include: “Returning to Sport: Female Athletes Living with and beyond Cancer” and “From theory to practice: what global health practitioners need to know about social norms and narrative interventions” Check out the complete list