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Subject knowledge in the health sciences library: an online survey of Canadian academic health sciences librarians
(Journal of the Medical Library Association, 2005)
Objectives: This study investigated whether Canadian academic health sciences librarians found knowledge of the health sciences to be important and, if so, how they acquired and maintained this knowledge. Methods: Data ...
Taking the mountain to Mohammed : the effect of librarian visits to faculty members on their use of the library
(Routledge Taylor & Francis, 2010)
The role of subject knowledge in academic health sciences libraries: an online survey of librarians working in the United States
(Canadian Health Libraries Association, 2008)
Introduction - Previous research suggests that Canadian academic health sciences librarians value knowledge of the health sciences and spend a considerable amount of time gaining and maintaining it. The current study ...
An introductory guide to drug reference sources
(Haworth Press, 2006)
A huge number of drug reference sources exist. For the librarian new to the drug information field, choosing the appropriate source to answer a reference question can be difficult. This paper presents some common drug ...
Effectiveness of Home Visiting Programs on Child Outcomes: A Systematic Review
Background: The effectiveness of paraprofessional home-visitations on improving the circumstances of disadvantaged families is unclear. The purpose of this paper is to systematically review the effectiveness of paraprofessional ...