Introduction to health sciences librarianship / M. Sandra Wood, editor.

The general term "health sciences libraries" covers a wide range of areas beyond medical libraries, such as biomedical, nursing, allied health, pharmacy, and others. Introduction to Health Sciences Librarianship provides a sound foundation to all aspects of these types of libraries to stud...

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Other Authors: Wood, M. Sandra.
Format: Book
Published: Binghamton, NY : Haworth Information Press, [2008]
Table of Contents:
  • Overview of health sciences libraries and librarianship / Mary Moore
  • The health care environment / Logan Ludwig
  • Journal collection development : challenges, issues and strategies / Laurie L. Thompson, Mori Lou Higa
  • Monographic and digital resource collection development / Esther Carrigan, Mori Lou Higa, Rajia Tobia
  • Organizing resources for information access / Maggie Wineburgh-Freed
  • Access issues / Elizabeth R. Lorbeer, Cindy Scroggins
  • Information services in health sciences libraries / Elizabeth H. Wood
  • Information retrieval in the health sciences / Elizabeth H. Wood
  • Marketing, public relations, and communication / Patricia C. Higginbottom, Lisa A. Ennis
  • Information literacy education in health sciences libraries / Stewart M. Brower
  • Evidence-based practice / Jonathan D. Eldredge
  • Health informatics / K. Ann McKibbon, Ellen Gay Detlefsen
  • Management in academic health sciences libraries / Francesca Allegri, Martha Bedard
  • Management of and issues specific to hospital libraries / Dixie A. Jones
  • Library space planning / Elizabeth Connor
  • Special services provided by health sciences libraries / Brenda L. Seago
  • Health sciences librarianship in rare book and special collections / Stephen J. Greenberg, Patricia E. Gallagher
  • Consumer health information / Catherine Arnott Smith.