Libraries without Limits: Changing Needs — Changing Roles: Changing Needs--Changing Roles : Proceedings of the 6th European Conference of Medical and Health Libraries, Utrecht, 22-27 June 1998

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The slogan 'Information professionals make the difference' was chosen to highlight the 10th anniversary of the European Association for Health Information and Libraries (EAHIL) in 1997. To what effect, under which circumstances, and how medical librarians in Europe play an active role in medical information management and education is reflected in the collection of papers presented during the 6th European Conference of Medical and Health Libraries in Utrecht, The Netherlands, June 22-27, 1998, entitled: Libraries without Limits: Changing Needs -- Changing Roles.

Medical libraries are confronted with the international aspects of copyright and licence agreements, and cope with a fast-growing demand for high quality medical information in order to bring evidence-based medicine into practice. Medical librarians also serve the public, especially in those countries where consumer health information is in the forefront of health care policy.

 

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TAKE CARE OF EVIDENCE
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LIBRARIES WITHOUT LIMITS LIMITED BY COPYRIGHT?
7
INFORMATION OWNERSHIP COPYRIGHT AND LICENCES
12
PEERREVIEW AND QUALITY CONTROL
21
CHANGING USERS ATTITUDES TOWARDS INFORMATION
23
ON THE ROLE OF VERNACULAR MEDICAL VOCABULARIES IN THE CONTEXT OF THE VIRTUAL MEDICALHEALTH LIBRARY
26
ELECTRONIC PINK BOOK BUSINESS CASE
30
NEW NHS NEW LIS
37
RETRIEVING AND EVALUATING CAL IN LIBRARIES
167
NLM FREE MEDLINE IN THE BIOMEDICAL LIBRARIES OF PADUA UNIVERSITY
168
THE INFORMATION SERVICES OF THE CENTRAL LIBRARY OF THE SEMMELWEIS UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE
170
THE EVINCE PROJECT
173
HOW NURSES SEEK AND USE NETWORKED INFORMATION SOURCES
177
THE EVIDENCE
181
IS THERE ANY NEWS?
182
THE PROVISION OF INFORMATION FOR RD UNITS AT THE COUNTY COUNCILS IN SWEDEN
185

CONSUMER HEALTH INFORMATION DEVELOPMENTS IN THE USA
42
IMPLICATIONS FOR SOCIAL EQUALITY AND THE ROLE OF THE LIBRARIAN
46
A DEVELOPMENT MODEL1
50
A REGIONAL SYSTEMS APPROACH
56
PERSPECTIVES AND ROLES OF THE HEALTH LIBRARY
61
THE ROLE OF THE CLINICAL LIBRARIAN
67
THE CONSULTANT LIBRARIAN AND EVIDENCE BASED MEDICINE
71
CAN THE MEDICAL LITERATURE BE USED TO ANWER CLINICAL QUESTIONS
75
THE WELSH PROTOCOL ENHANCEMENT PROJECT
77
SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS DEPEND ON SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE SEARCHES
78
EUROPEAN UNION CONTRIBUTION TO AN INTERNATIONAL REGISTER OF CONTROLLED TRIALS
81
DES PRINCIPES DE LA METAANALYSE NON STATISTIQUE POUR UNE REVUE CRITIQUE DE LA RECHERCHE BIOMEDICALE
82
PLANS FOR INTERNATIONAL ACCESS TO ITS INFORMATION RESOURCES
87
THE REENCHANTMENT OF THE LIBRARY
93
THE LIBRARY PARADIGM AND THE NEW ENVIRONMENT
99
A CUSTOMER ORIENTED SERVICE IN MEDICAL LIBRARIES
107
A TOOL FOR RAISING THE EFFICIENCY OF LIBRARY WORK
111
19871998
114
THE DEVELOPMENT OF A STRATEGIC PLAN FOR THE SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION PROVISION OF A PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY
117
LE DOCUMENTALISTECONSULTANT
120
A NEW ROLE FOR LIBRARY SERVICES
122
DISINTERMEDIATION OR A NEW WAY OF INTERMEDIATION?
124
TAILORMAKING A LIMITLESS LIBRARY SERVICE
125
CHALLENGES FOR A SMALL LIBRARY IN THE 21ST CENTURY
127
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AND STRUCTURED ACCESS TO QUALITY INFORMATION
131
A TOOL TO UNDERSTANDING SCIENTIFICCOMMUNICATION
135
EUROPEAN VETERINARY DISSERTATION PROJECT
138
SOLVING THE INFORMATION NEEDS OF VETERINARIANS IN AUSTRIA
142
VETERINARY PRACTITIONERS ACCESS TO AND USE OF MODERN INFORMATION
145
THE VETERINARY LIBRARIAN AS KEEPER OF THE VETERINARY DOCUMENTARY HERITAGE
146
LA RESTRUCTURATION DE LA BIBLIOTHEQUE MEDICALE UNIVERSITAIRE
155
NEW CHALLENGES AND ROLES FOR LIBRARY STAFF IN RESPONSE TO CHANGES IN THE BIOMEDICAL CURRICULA IN UK UNIVERS...
160
THE LIBRARYS ROLE IN TEACHING ABOUT CRITICAL INFORMATION TOOLS
164
SUPPORT FOR EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE IN TRAINING FOR PRIMARY CARE
188
CHANGING NEEDSCHANGING ROLES
192
DISTANCE LEARNING FOR RESPIRATORY REGISTRARS VIA THE INTERNET
195
ENDUSER EDUCATION AT THE KAROLINSKA INSTITUTE LIBRARY IN SWEDEN
198
EXPERIENCE IN A DOCUMENTATION SERVICE
200
RESULTS OF A NATIONWIDE SURVEY
202
USING HUMAN AND ELECTRONIC NETWORKS TO SUPPORT ENDUSER TRAINING IN FINDING THE EVIDENCE
203
A COLLABORATION EXPERIENCE AMONGST BIO MEDICAL UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES
209
LEARNING FROM TOO MUCH SUCCESS
212
CONSORTIA AGREEMENTS IN NORWAY
216
TOWARDS AN INTEGRATED POLICY OF ACQUISITIONS OF SERIALS IN THE LIBRARIES OF A HOSPITAL
220
A FIRST APPROACH
224
A REGIONAL HEALTH CARE LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICE NETWORK
226
ONLINE DATABASES AT THE UNIVERSITY
227
UNE ENQUETE INTERNATIONALE
231
THE COST OF DOCUMENT DELIVERY AND THE LIBRARY SERVICES PERFORMANCE
235
REMOTE ACCESS TO A LIBRARY AND INFORMATION RESOURCE FOR PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS
240
INTERNET INTRANET ET LE KIOSQUE ELECTRONIQUE
244
EXPANDING LIBRARY SERVICES TO MEDICAL STAFF AND STUDENTS AT SMALL AND REMOTE HOSPITALS
248
PANORAMA DESRESSOURCES DOCUMENTAIRES HOSPITALIERES FRANCAISES SUR INTERNET
252
SUPPORT FOR INFORMATION SEEKING ON THE MEDICAL LIBRARY WEB
259
SUPPORTING FAMILY CARERS WITH TELEMATIC INTERVENTIONS THE ACTIONPROJECT
261
PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE POSSD3ILITEES
265
TEACHING EVIDENCE BASED MEDICINE TO LIBRARIANS USING DISTANCE LEARNING
269
IDENTIFICATION AND QUALITY
273
MISSION AND GOALS
276
ATTENDING MEDICAL CONFERENCES AS A MARKETING STRATEGY FOR PROMOTING ONLINE SERVICES
278
PUBLIC RELATION MANAGEMENT IN MEDICAL LIBRARIES IN HUNGARY
282
A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL CONTRIBUTION
289
LES BffiLIOTHEQUES DBS INSTITUTS DfflSTOIRE DE LA MEDECINE EN SUISSE MEDICAL HISTORYLIBRARIES IN SWITZERLAND
294
ANALYSIS OF THE LIFE WORK AND LIBRARY BEQUEST OF TIBOR GY6RY A HUNGARIAN MEDICAL HISTORIAN
297
TRAVELLING THROUGH SPACE AND TIME
298
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