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Thursday, November 17, 2005

Health Information & Libraries J, Vol 22, Issue 4: Table of Contents

Blackwell Synergy: Health Information & Libraries J, Vol 22, Issue 4: Table of Contents

Guest Editorial
Marcus Weisen

Availability of accessible publications: designing a methodology to provide reliable estimates for the Right to Read Alliance
Suzanne Lockyer, Claire Creaser, J. Eric Davies

Learning resource needs of UK NHS support staff
Anne Devaney, Helen Outhwaite

Access to learning resources for students on placement in the UK: what are the issues and how can we resolve them?
Richard Marriott

A survey of users and non-users of a UK teaching hospital library and information service
Kathleen M. Turtle

Health information in Italian public health websites: moving from inaccessibility to accessibility
Cristina Mancini, Monica Zedda, Annarita Barbaro

Document delivery service at a Scottish primary care hospital library: Maria Henderson Library, Glasgow
Uma Maheswari

How well are we doing in supporting evidence-based health care? The 'Information Mastery' perspective
Michele Hilton Boon

Searching a biomedical bibliographic database from Hungary-the 'Magyar Orvosi Bibliografia'
Ildiko Kele, Daniel Bereczki, Vivek Furtado, Judy Wright, Clive E. Adams

Using research to justify your service: cause and effect
Andrew Booth

Supporting e-learning-a view from the Open University
Nicky Whitsed

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Book review
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Evidence-based health care: supporting evidence-based decision making in practice. A CASP CD-ROM and Workbook
Jo Hunter

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