Introduction to health sciences librarianship : a management handbook / Frank R. Kellerman.

Health sciences librarianship today demands a balance among computer files, human ingenuity, and print sources. The many information sources presently available enable health sciences librarians to do a better job, but that job has also become correspondingly more difficult. This professional refere...

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Main Author: Kellerman, Frank R.
Format: Book
Published: Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1997.
Series:Greenwood library management collection.
Table of Contents:
  • 1. The Biomedical Journal
  • 2. Indexing, Index Medicus, and Other Traditional Abstracting and Indexing Services
  • 3. Computerized Bibliographic Searching: MEDLINE and Beyond
  • 4. Collection Development, Acquisitions, and Cataloging
  • 5. Reference: Service and Sources
  • 6. Computerization of Biomedical Information
  • 7. The Habitat of the Health Sciences Librarian.