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  1. Libraries Without Limits: Changing Needs - Changing Roles: Proceedings of the 6th European Conference of Medical and Health Libraries, Utrecht, June 22-27, 1998
  2. Medical Library Association Guide to Health Literacy (Medical Library Association Guides) by and Feleta L. Wilson, 2008-07-16
  3. Beauty and the Beam: Your Complete Guide to Cosmetic Laser Surgery (Quality Medical Home Health Library) by Joan Swirsky, Deborah S. Sarnoff, 1998-08-15
  4. Shopping for Health (Mosby medical library) by Harold J. Cornacchia, Stephen Barrett, 1982-09-01
  5. What You Can Do About Diabetes: A Practical Program to Help Achieve Your Optimal Health Dell Medical Library by Norra Tannenhaus, 1991-05-01
  6. Webdoctor: Finding the Best Health Care Online (Quality Medical Home Health Library) by Richard M. Sharp, Vicki F. Sharp, 1998-09
  7. Library Services in Mental Health Settings (Medical Library Co-publishing Program) by Mary E. Johnson, 1997-05
  8. Directory of Medical and Health Care Libraries in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland by Derek J. Wright, W. D. Linton, 1992-07
  9. Ageing and Mental Health (Medical Library) by Robert N. Butler, Myrna I. Lewis, 1983-12
  10. Family Health & Medical Library
  11. Introduction to Reference Sources in the Health Sciences (Medical Library Association) by Jo Anne Boorkman, Fred W. Roper, 1994-06
  12. Answering Consumer Health Questions: The Medical Library Association Guide for Reference Librarians (Medical Library Association Guides) by Michele Spatz, 2008-08-31
  13. Young Students Learning Library Health & Medical Yearbook by Darlene R. Stille, 1998
  14. Illustrated Medical and Health Encyclopedia (A Modern Medical and Health Library, 1 Abdomen - Black Widow Spider)

1. NN/LM Members Directory Advanced Search
Local health libraries accessible to the UM at College Park campus.

2. Wingecarribee Library: Library And Information Week 24- 30 May 2010
448 health/medical libraries are responsible for knowledge support to clinicians, managers, educators, researchers and some directly serve patients or health consumers.

3. Links To Health Medical Libraries
Links to Health/Medical Libraries

4. Electronic Resources Australia
Some of the reasons might be that health/medical libraries are well enough resourced that they can purchase all the main products they need to satisfy their users’ needs, or
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19 January 2010
2010 ERA Membership Forum
The 3rd ERA Membership Forum will be held at the Novotel Melbourne on Collins on Friday, 12 February 2010.
We are pleased to be able to hold the Forum in Melbourne in 2010. If you are attending the VALA 2010 Conference (9-11 February 2010) please consider staying on for the ERA Membership Forum.
The ERA forum is held annually and provides the opportunity for library representatives to come together to discuss ERA policy direction and strategic issues. It also provides an opportunity to foster relations with vendors and to facilitate cross-sectoral networking.
An outline of the agenda for the day is now available. Posted by ERA at 1:44 PM 2 comments Links to this post
29 January 2009
2009 ERA Membership Forum
The 2009 ERA Membership Forum will be held on 25 March and we hope you will join us in Canberra. Registrations are open until 6 March 2009 (places are limited). You can register and find out more information on the ERA website

5. Arizona Banner Health Medical Libraries
Banner Health Arizona Staff View additional resources and apply for Athens access on the library's Intranet site. (Website may not be available at all facilities.) and Residents/Medical Libraries/AZ Medica

6. Hearing And Speech Sciences
D.C. Area Health/Medical Libraries ; PubMed (Article search engine and database for Medical and related sciences) Librarian Subject Specialist; Research Institutes
Hearing and Speech Sciences You are here: / Home Current Students / Research/Writing Research/Writing Resources for Students Guidelines for working in a lab in the department Research with Human Subjects Writing/Research Design The University of Maryland, College Park has a nationally recognized Code of Academic Integrity, administered by the Student Honor Council. This Code sets standards for academic integrity at Maryland for all undergraduate and graduate students. All students in the HESP program are responsible for upholding these standards. It is very important for you to be aware of the consequences of cheating, fabrication, facilitation, and plagiarism. For more information on the Code of Academic Integrity or the Student Honor Council, please visit their website When writing papers for courses or for independent research projects, please be mindful to avoid plagiarism. Several of the resources available on this page are intended to help students avoid plagiarism, including a recommended text. Please consult with course instructors or academic/research advisors if you have questions.

7. Oklahoma Resources - Oklahoma Health Connection
Health / Medical Libraries Information provided by the National Network of Libraries of Medicine. Hospitals List of members of the Oklahoma Hospital Association.
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A joint project of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Bird Library and the Oklahoma Department of Libraries
Sponsored by the National Library of Medicine through the NN/LM SCR Office.

8. Workforce Summit 2008
The Australian Libraries Gateway on the NLA site shows 448 self described health / medical libraries. • A recent web 2.0 survey of Australian health libraries received 203

9. Alegent - Library Information Services - Omaha, NE; Council Bluffs, IA
Greater Omaha, NE; Council Bluffs, IA Library Information Services - The Alegent Health Medical Libraries provide information to the public, physicians, patients and families

10. Dissemination Of The Guidelines | Melanoma Network
surgeons, oncologists, pathologists, medical imaging physicians, oncology /general nursing staff, medical /nursing / fellowship educational institutes, health /medical libraries
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    Dissemination of the guidelines
    To disseminate the new clinical practice guidelines for the management of melanoma in Australia and New Zealand to relevant individuals and groups throughout NSW and the ACT. Methods:
    • Full hard copy of the guidelines and directions to the electronic version of the guidelines to: Summary hard copy of the guidelines to skin cancer clinics. E-bulletins about the guidelines for posting by a selection of organizations and groups (e.g. medical colleges) Articles in medical journals. Aid memoire to general practitioners.
    Dissemination of full hard copies and directions to an electronic version of the guidelines is complete. Aid memoire disseminated by the Australian Cancer Network to all GPs in Australia through insertion of hard copy in a GP journal. Development of e-bulletins and journal articles is underway. Please click here to download the full file of Clinical Practice Guidelines Management of Melanoma Alternatively you may download the following individual files:

11. Kaleida Health - A Not-for-profit Health Care Provider - Buffalo, NY
Four major Western New York health systems Children's Hospital of Buffalo, Buffalo General, DeGraff Memorial and Millard Fillmore Gates Circle and Suburban.

12. The Encyclopedia Of Memory And Memory Disorders In AvaxHome
Recommended for academic, public, highschool, and health/medical libraries. This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title
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    The Encyclopedia of Memory and Memory Disorders
    Posted By : Date : Comments : Carol Turkington, Joseph R., Ph.D. Harris, "The Encyclopedia of Memory and Memory Disorders" From Library Journal In his foreword, Noll, a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University's Department of the History of Science, states that "we provide a wealth of complex information about human memory in plain language for the general reader, the journalist, the family member of a person with a memory disorder such as Alzheimer's, and even the medical or mental health professional who is lacking the expertise to understand the highly technical professional literature on human memory." The relative contributions of the coauthor are unclear. The Encyclopedia of Memory and Memory Disorders provides more than 700 lucid entries ranging in length from a sentence or two (e.g., Narrative Chaining and Pursuit Rotor Task) to several pages (Alzheimer's Disease and Memory Enhancement). There are entries for drugs, famous researchers, physical and mental disorders, and psychological terms. See and see also references abound, and terms used within articles that are themselves main entries are indicated in all capital letters. Many of the longer articles are accompanied by short lists of references. A bibliography of several hundred entries draws somewhat more heavily from scholarly sources (e.g., Nature, Psychopharmacology Bulletin) than from popular ones (Newsweek, the Philadelphia Inquirer). Appendixes include lists of scholarly journals that publish research in memory and associations dealing with memory problems.

13. EMRO.WHO.INT : - 40 In TOP 100 GOVERNMENT SITES. Rating: 891000
diseases,, Food Safety, www.emro.who.nt, infectious diseases,,,, EMRO, Mental Health, medical libraries

14. Datesheet Of Intermediate Arts Karachi
One Stop Directories Search U of M About the U of M Academics Admissions Arts Culture Community Connections Employment Health Medical Libraries Computers Research of intermediate arts karachi.php

15. Te Puna Web Directory > NZ > Health
Links include other government health sites, health/medical libraries and New Zealand Health Strategy DHB toolkits. Ministry of Health Library and Information Centre
Web Directory
NZ Health See also:
  • Parenting@ Science and Technology@ ActiveSmart
    Presents information on physical fitness, nutrition, diet and lifestyle balance encouraging users to develop a personal training programme that works for them.
    Advisory Committee on Assisted Reproductive Technology : [web site]

    ACART, an independent advisory committee, established under the Human Assisted Reproductive Technology (HART) Act 2004 to provide advice and formulate guidelines for the regulation of assisted human reproduction. Site includes guidelines on IVF surrogacy.
    Ananda Marga New Zealand

    Information about Ananda Marga, yoga and meditation. Includes news and events, blog, and audio and video clips.
    Asian Health

    Site groups together Asian health resources intended for use by health and social service professionals as well as people in the community.
    Australia and New Zealand Health Policy is an Open Access, peer-reviewed, online journal aiming to improve interaction between policy practitioners and academics, and to promote debate and understanding about contemporary health policy developments in the region. All issues are available in full-text.
    Australian and New Zealand Society of Biomechanics

    Information about the Australian and New Zealand Society of Biomechanics. Includes ANZSB newsletters.

16. Aslib: The Association For Information Management
Icelandic Health Medical Libraries Group, Iceland; International Fund for Agriculture, Italy; International Labour Organization, Switzerland
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  • Home About us Membership Publications ... Training and Events ASLIB On-site Training
    ASLIB On-site Training
    ASLIB On-site Training services are delivered on your premises to meet your needs
    On-site Training
    Benefits of ASLIB On-site Training ASLIB On-site Courses ASLIB On-site Training Clients Contact Us
    Increasingly organisations are opting for on-site training. On-site training offers flexibility, cost-savings and an opportunity for team building within an organization.
    Benefits of ASLIB On-site Training
    ASLIB courses can be delivered on your premises, tailored to the needs of your organisation. If you are training staff in any aspect of information and knowledge management, ASLIB On-site Training can provide the following benefits for your organisation:
    • Training tailor-made for your requirements Workshops taught within the culture of your organization Opportunities for team-building and sharing In-house confidentiality Key personnel remain on site No travel or accommodation costs for delegates Savings on public course fees.

17. Institute For Science And Health
Health Medical Libraries HardinMD Medical/Health Libraries on the Web Veterinary Medicine Libraries Veterinary Medicine Libraries Worldwide Library Associations

18. The University Of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
Athletics Recreation; Colleges, Schools, Departments; Diversity; Global Engagement; Health Medical; Libraries; Outreach Extension; Research Innovation
The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
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    Waste, Water and Community
    The UA’s Bureau for Applied Research in Anthropology (BARA) performs research, teaches, and reaches out to educate and improve the quality of life across Arizona, the nation and the world. Anthropologist Diane Austin and her students are leading an effort to bring technology and communities on both sides of the border together to save water, protect precious rivers and turn waste into a resource.
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    Filling Minds at the Think Tank
    Everyone can use a little outside help now and again. With three locations, a crack staff, and comprehensive services, the Think Tank is a place where a freshman can improve his math, an international student can get help with her writing, and any UA student can learn, practice and pursue excellence.
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    UA Tackles Unconscious Bias
    Research shows that people are swayed by unconscious biases about gender, age, ethnicity and other factors. Now the UA is working to counter these subtle influences – especially for women in the sciences. That’s one facet of the UA ADVANCE program, funded by a $3.3 million ADVANCE IT grant from the National Science Foundation.
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    Finding New Treatments for Venomous Bites and Stings
    There’s a lot more to studying pharmacy than counting pills in a lab. The VIPER Institute, founded by Associate Professor Leslie Boyer, M.D., gives students the chance to go out in the field and study venomous critters like the bark scorpion. From Morocco to Mexico, they are participating in exciting, ground-breaking research on anti-venoms that will save lives.

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20. Medical & Health Libraries
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