The current issue of Academic Medicine contains essays responding to the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC) 2011 question of the year "What improvements in medical education will lead to better health for individuals and populations?" The response written by Dr Mary Moore, Chair of the Department of Health Informatics and Executive Director of the Calder Memorial Library, on behalf of the Association of American Health Sciences Libraries, was accepted for inclusion in the issue. Her article, entitled Teaching Physicians to Make Informed Decisions in the Face of Uncertainty: Librarians and Informaticians on the Health Care Team, addresses the role librarians play in the health care team and led to an invitation to Dr Moore to present at the AAMC conference this weekend. Read this article and more, ranging from translational science implications to personalized medicine, in the November issue, which is available to both subscribers and non-subscribers.