Tuesday, 13 July 2010
Posted by Anthea
Health Information and Libraries Journal (HILJ) has just published its inaugural virtual issue. The issue celebrates the contribution of health information in informing healthcare library and information provision. It has been drawn together to reflect the 2010 biennial Health Libraries Group conference theme of Keeping Information Centre Stage Amid Changing Scenery and includes a series of eleven key papers published in the journal over the last two years.
All content in the virtual issue is free to access online at: http://www.wiley.com/bw/vi.asp?ref=1471-1834&site=1
ScHARR's very own Anna Cantrell (néeWilkinson), Diana Papaioannou, and Andrew Booth have a paper included in the virtual issue: The role of the information specialist in supporting knowledge transfer: a public health information case study written with Christine Keen from De Montfort University. Andrew Booth also has a "Using Evidence in Practice" column in the issue, entitled Research or evaluation? Does it matter?