Of particular note is the history of consumerism discussed in a chapter on library services for persons with psychiatric disabilities by Anita Lyon of the Southeast Missouri Mental Health Center. Historically, patient libraries contained popular books, magazines, and multimedia to engage the mind during recovery. In mental health settings today, library services to consumers include access to authoritative materials for medical information. Lyon presents models for meeting consumers' information needs. Along the same lines, reflecting the importance of patient-focused care and an informed, satisfied customer, the consumer and patient health information section of the Medical Library Association has developed a statement on roles for the librarian in consumer health information and patient education, which is included in an appendix.