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Award for Best Oral Presentation by a First Timer

Work to develop a rare disease guideline search protocol was presented in order to raise awareness of RARE-Bestpractices, and to demonstrate the engagement of information professionals in multidisciplinary research projects. Hunting zebra: retrieving rare disease guidelines Authors: Jan Manson, Michele Hilton Boon, Karen … Continue reading

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Award for the Best Oral Presentation

KnowledgeShare, a web-based application, was produced to manage core services (evidence searching, teaching, current awareness), to increase access to evidence, and to aid collaborative working. The system enables library and knowledge service (LKS) staff to collaborate on and deliver personalised, targeted updates … Continue reading

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Best Poster from a First Timer

The study reviewed the options available for preserving publications written by the teaching and research staff of the faculty taking into account copyright as well. It compared article citations, and were surprised to learn that the articles receiving most citations were the ones … Continue reading

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Next issue of JEAHIL

Would you like to sum up your thoughts and experience from this summer´s EAHIL conference in beautiful Rome? Next issue is all about what went on in Rome. We would love to have an article from you! Manuscripts should be … Continue reading

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Using the internet: easier said than done

Mauro Mazzocut, Laura Ciolfi, Emanuela Ferrarin and Ivana Truccoloi at Scientific and Patients Library – CRO Aviano IRCCS, National Cancer Institute, Aviano, Italy wrote this article on using the internet. Is it as easy as we think? Since 1993, the CRO library … Continue reading

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Micromedex: a brief review for a UK School of Pharmacy

This review is written by Atai Okokon, Hon Research Fellow at Partnerships in Health Information, UK. Micromedex is one of the most popular tools used by pharmacists to provide medicines information. This paper outlines a brief review of the product to determine … Continue reading

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The roles, skills, training needs and contributions of health library and information professionals

This study by Barbara Sen, Robert Villa and Elizabeth Chapman at The Information School, University of Sheffield, UK aimed to record the experiences of health information professionals practising across Europe, to provide data to aid career planning, support strategic decision-making for … Continue reading

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