The development of search filters for adverse effects of medical devices in medline and embase
ConclusionWe have derived and validated novel search filters that retrieve over 80% of records with medical device adverse effects data inmedline andembase. The addition of specific adverse effects terms is required to achieve higher levels of sensitivity. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - June 11, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Su Golder, Kelly Farrah, Monika Mierzwinski ‐Urban, Kath Wright, Yoon Kong Loke Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Involving libraries in improving health literacy to achieve Sustainable Development Goal ‐3 in developing economies: a literature review
ConclusionIt was concluded that libraries in developing economies have to take actions to improve users ’ health literacy in order to become prominent stakeholders in the process of achieving SDG‐3. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - June 5, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Biliamin O. Popoola Tags: Review Article Source Type: research

Issue Information
Health Information&Libraries Journal, Volume 36, Issue 2, Page i-iv, June 2019. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - June 5, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Tags: Issue Information Source Type: research

Conference season
AbstractHealth library and information workers no longer find themselves restricted to presenting at purely local or national health ‐related library events, a diversity evidenced by the two conferences supported by CILIP'sHealth Libraries Group this month, June 2019. TheHealth Libraries Group is an official sponsor of #EBLIP10, the 10th internationalEvidence Based Library and Information Practice conference, which encourages us to think about the evidence we collect and use to inform practice. TheHealth Libraries Group also strengthens its links withEAHIL: The European Association of Health Information and Libraries by ...
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - June 5, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Maria J. Grant Tags: Editorial Source Type: research

Tell me and I'll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I'll understand: a review of the Teaching and Learning in Action feature
AbstractAppointed at the turn of the year Donna Iriving is the incoming Teaching and Learning in Action Regular Feature Editor, in this quarters issue Donna presents and overview of Regular Features over the past five years to share examples of your best practice. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - June 5, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Donna Irving Tags: Teaching and Learning in Action Source Type: research

Ugandan health libraries in the 21st century: key initiatives and challenges
This article is part of a series in this regular feature which looks at new directions in health science libraries. This paper highlights new initiatives aimed at ensuring health libraries can contribute to the development of Uganda in the 21st century and the challenges facing libraries. It stresses that for libraries to be successful they need to form networks and collaborations for resource sharing; take advantage of the benefits of information technology; computerise their library systems; as well as invest in the development of staff. The paper highlights the main challenge facing the library service as inadequate fun...
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - June 5, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Alison Annet Kinengyere Tags: International Perspectives and Initiatives Source Type: research

Evaluating user experiences of a clearing house for health policy and systems
ConclusionOur paper provides insights on the issues that can be addressed to improve online resources for health policy and system information in a limited resource setting. Users ’ experience of such resources can be improved by regularly appraising and appropriately indexing the contents, and optimising the capacity to customise information. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - June 5, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Boniface Mutatina, Robert Basaza, Nelson K. Sewankambo, John N. Lavis Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

The impact of orphan drug policies in treating rare diseases
AbstractThis paper is based on Shalini Weerasooriya's Masters dissertation in Public Health at the University of Sheffield. A literature review was conducted to understand the role that orphan drug policies have played in the development of new treatments for rare diseases. The impacts of the policies were categorised as ‘tangible’ or ‘intangible’ and further synthesis identified 10 main themes such as incentives for investment, criteria for eligibility and assessment of drug applications and further guidance to industry during the drug development cycle. The review concludes that whilst policies ha...
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - June 5, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Shalini U. Weerasooriya Tags: Dissertations into Practice Source Type: research

The Embase UK filter: validation of a geographic search filter to retrieve research about the UK from OVID Embase
ConclusionThe Embase UK filter can be used alongside the MEDLINE UK filter. The filters have the potential to save time and associated resource costs when they are used for context ‐sensitive topics that require research about UK settings. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - June 5, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Lynda Ayiku, Paul Levay, Thomas Hudson, Jenny Craven, Amy Finnegan, Rachel Adams, Elizabeth Barrett Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Health information in the digital age: an empirical study of the perceived benefits and costs of seeking and using health information from online sources
ConclusionThis paper highlights the differences between OHIS and OHIU based on their impact factors and applies social exchange theory to understand such factors. Online health information providers must improve the ease of use of their websites or applications, enhance the quality of their health information and focus on their functionality. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - June 5, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Cong Ren, Zhaohua Deng, Ziying Hong, Wei Zhang Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Towards a deeper understanding of meaningful use in electronic health records
ConclusionBy employing the lens of Dooyeweerd's aspects, the study enhances the understanding of diversity in one discipline and could potentially provide a new system for the classification of diversity within other related disciplines. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - June 5, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Sina Joneidy, Maria Burke Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Wither health science librarianship? Many questions, many options
AbstractThe 2019 virtual issue of the Health Information and Libraries Journal  (HILJ) is published to link to the 2019 EAHIL Workshop taking place in Basel, Switzerland on 17‐20 June 2019. The workshop is structured around six topics: (i) Roadmap of our Profession; (ii) Technology Uptake; (iii) Ecology of Scholarly Communications; (iv) Impact + Assessment; (v) Benchmarki ng + Advocacy; (vi) Evidence‐Based Practice. These themes have been used to compile this virtual issue, which contains published articles selected from HILJ from the March 2019 issue through to June 2017. The virtual issue mir...
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - June 5, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Jeannette Murphy Tags: Editorial – Virtual Issue 2019 Source Type: research

Issue Information
Health Information&Libraries Journal, Volume 36, Issue 2, Page i-iv, June 2019. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - June 5, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Tags: Issue Information Source Type: research

Conference season
AbstractHealth library and information workers no longer find themselves restricted to presenting at purely local or national health ‐related library events, a diversity evidenced by the two conferences supported by CILIP'sHealth Libraries Group this month, June 2019. TheHealth Libraries Group is an official sponsor of #EBLIP10, the 10th internationalEvidence Based Library and Information Practice conference, which encourages us to think about the evidence we collect and use to inform practice. TheHealth Libraries Group also strengthens its links withEAHIL: The European Association of Health Information and Libraries by ...
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - June 5, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Maria J. Grant Tags: Editorial Source Type: research

Wither health science librarianship? Many questions, many options
AbstractThe 2019 virtual issue of the Health Information and Libraries Journal  (HILJ) is published to link to the 2019 EAHIL Workshop taking place in Basel, Switzerland on 17‐20 June 2019. The workshop is structured around six topics: (i) Roadmap of our Profession; (ii) Technology Uptake; (iii) Ecology of Scholarly Communications; (iv) Impact + Assessment; (v) Benchmarki ng + Advocacy; (vi) Evidence‐Based Practice. These themes have been used to compile this virtual issue, which contains published articles selected from HILJ from the March 2019 issue through to June 2017. The virtual issue mir...
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - June 5, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Jeannette Murphy Tags: Editorial – Virtual Issue 2019 Source Type: research

Health information behaviour of rare disease patients: seeking, finding and sharing health information
ConclusionHealth information seeking and sharing are important aspects of rare disease patients ’ everyday life. Challenges they face could be overcome in cooperation with patient support groups, health care professionals and health information professionals. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - May 17, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Snje žana Stanarević Katavić Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Tell me and I'll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I'll understand: a review of the Teaching and Learning in Action feature
AbstractAppointed at the turn of the year Donna Iriving is the incoming Teaching and Learning in Action Regular Feature Editor, in this quarters issue Donna presents and overview of Regular Features over the past five years to share examples of your best practice. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - May 17, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Donna Irving Tags: Teaching and Learning in Action Source Type: research

Fulfilling information needs of patients in online health communities
ConclusionsThe OHCs effectively fulfil the information needs of patients by utilising authoritative domain knowledge in the medical field. Knowledge based services for online patients facilitate an intelligent OHC in the future. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - May 14, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Donghua Chen, Runtong Zhang, Jiayi Feng, Kecheng Liu Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Ugandan health libraries in the 21st century: key initiatives and challenges
This article is part of a series in this regular feature which looks at new directions in health science libraries. This paper highlights new initiatives aimed at ensuring health libraries can contribute to the development of Uganda in the 21st century and the challenges facing libraries. It stresses that for libraries to be successful they need to form networks and collaborations for resource sharing; take advantage of the benefits of information technology; computerise their library systems; as well as invest in the development of staff. The paper highlights the main challenge facing the library service as inadequate fun...
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - May 14, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Alison Annet Kinengyere Tags: International Perspectives and Initiatives Source Type: research

Fulfilling information needs of patients in online health communities
ConclusionsThe OHCs effectively fulfil the information needs of patients by utilising authoritative domain knowledge in the medical field. Knowledge based services for online patients facilitate an intelligent OHC in the future. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - May 14, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Donghua Chen, Runtong Zhang, Jiayi Feng, Kecheng Liu Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Evaluating user experiences of a clearing house for health policy and systems
ConclusionOur paper provides insights on the issues that can be addressed to improve online resources for health policy and system information in a limited resource setting. Users ’ experience of such resources can be improved by regularly appraising and appropriately indexing the contents, and optimising the capacity to customise information. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - May 14, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Boniface Mutatina, Robert Basaza, Nelson K. Sewankambo, John N. Lavis Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

The impact of orphan drug policies in treating rare diseases
AbstractThis paper is based on Shalini Weerasooriya's Masters dissertation in Public Health at the University of Sheffield. A literature review was conducted to understand the role that orphan drug policies have played in the development of new treatments for rare diseases. The impacts of the policies were categorised as ‘tangible’ or ‘intangible’ and further synthesis identified 10 main themes such as incentives for investment, criteria for eligibility and assessment of drug applications and further guidance to industry during the drug development cycle. The review concludes that whilst policies ha...
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - April 1, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Shalini U. Weerasooriya Tags: Dissertations into Practice Source Type: research

Involving libraries in improving health literacy to achieve Sustainable Development Goal ‐3 in developing economies: a literature review
ConclusionIt was concluded that libraries in developing economies have to take actions to improve users ’ health literacy in order to become prominent stakeholders in the process of achieving SDG‐3. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - March 27, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Biliamin O. Popoola Tags: Review Article Source Type: research

The Embase UK filter: validation of a geographic search filter to retrieve research about the UK from OVID Embase
ConclusionThe Embase UK filter can be used alongside the MEDLINE UK filter. The filters have the potential to save time and associated resource costs when they are used for context ‐sensitive topics that require research about UK settings. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - March 25, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Lynda Ayiku, Paul Levay, Thomas Hudson, Jenny Craven, Amy Finnegan, Rachel Adams, Elizabeth Barrett Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Issue Information
Health Information&Libraries Journal, Volume 36, Issue 1, Page i-iv, March 2019. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - February 27, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Tags: Issue Information Source Type: research

10 year anniversary
Maria Grant reflects on her ten years as Editor ‐in‐Chief of theHealth Information and Libraries Journal, her vision to enhance the quality and reach of the journal, and working with prospective authors in the health library sector to increase confidence in recognising and communicating the value of the work being undertaken. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - February 27, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Maria J. Grant Tags: Editorial Source Type: research

Electronic healthcare records and data quality
AbstractThis paper is based on Victoria Charnock's MA dissertation carried out as part of her Masters in Leadership and Management in Healthcare at the University of Salford and supervised by Professor Hardiker. A review of current literature was conducted to provide a robust and dimensional definition of data quality in the field of health care. This was used as the basis on which to assess the effect that electronic health care records has had in practice, specifically on data quality and according to the dimensions of accuracy, completeness and use of data. All of the papers reviewed referred to the importance of accura...
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - February 27, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Victoria Charnock Tags: Dissertations into Practice Source Type: research

New roles and challenges for health information specialists: professional changes over the years
AbstractIn this article, guest writers from the Istituto Superiore di Sanit à in Italy, the leading scientific technical body of the Italian National Health Service present a historic case study considering the role and evolution of the information specialists at their institution over a twenty year period. The paper places a particular emphasis on the initiatives undertak en in consumer health information and health literacy promotion, in order to improve public health in Italy. Areas covered include the development of online health information provision, early strategies to support the improvement of health litera...
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - February 27, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Scilla Pizzarelli, Rosaria Rosanna Cammarano, Letizia Sampaolo, Maurella Della Seta Tags: Teaching and Learning in Action Source Type: research

Medical academic libraries in Romania – breaking with the past and turning towards the future
This article is part of a series in this regular feature which looks at new directions in health science libraries. This article provides an updated overview of medical libraries in Romania, with a focus on the academic libraries which function under the patronage of medical schools. Information was collected through a survey questionnaire sent out to Romanian academic medical libraries in March 2017. The responses provide an overall picture of the state of Romanian medical libraries, highlighting the main trends and areas in which progress is evident, as well as the problems confronting these libraries.J.M. (Source: Healt...
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - February 27, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Octavia ‐Luciana Madge, Ioana Robu Tags: International Perspectives and Initiatives Source Type: research

Health information in the digital age: an empirical study of the perceived benefits and costs of seeking and using health information from online sources
ConclusionThis paper highlights the differences between OHIS and OHIU based on their impact factors and applies social exchange theory to understand such factors. Online health information providers must improve the ease of use of their websites or applications, enhance the quality of their health information and focus on their functionality. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - February 8, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Cong Ren, Zhaohua Deng, Ziying Hong, Wei Zhang Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Development of a search filter to identify reports of controlled clinical trials within CINAHL Plus
ConclusionsA sensitive and precise filter, developed using records selected based on title and abstract information, is available for identifying reports of RCTs in the CINAHL Plus database via EBSCOhost. Using this filter is likely to reduce the number of results needing to be screened to a quarter of those retrieved by other published filters. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - February 8, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Julie Glanville, Gordon Dooley, Susi Wisniewski, Ruth Foxlee, Anna Noel ‐Storr Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Provision of consumer health information in Alberta's Rural Public Libraries
ConclusionWhen human and material resources are adequate, rural libraries can contribute to improving the health literacy of their communities. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - January 30, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Georges Danhoundo, Doug Whistance ‐Smith, Daniel Lemoine, Jill Konkin Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Novel insights into views towards H1N1 during the 2009 Pandemic: a thematic analysis of Twitter data
ConclusionsNovel insights were derived on how users communicate about disease outbreaks on social media platforms. Our study also provides an innovative methodological contribution because it was found that by utilising an indepth method it was possible to extract greater insight into user communication. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - January 20, 2019 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Wasim Ahmed, Peter A. Bath, Laura Sbaffi, Gianluca Demartini Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Topic search filters: a systematic scoping review
ConclusionFindings will help information specialists identify existing topic search filters and assist filter developers to build on current knowledge in the field. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - December 21, 2018 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Raechel A. Damarell, Nikki May, Sue Hammond, Ruth M. Sladek, Jennifer J. Tieman Tags: Review Article Source Type: research

Issue Information
Health Information&Libraries Journal, Volume 35, Issue 4, Page i-iv, December 2018. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - November 29, 2018 Category: Databases & Libraries Tags: Issue Information Source Type: research

Acknowledgements
Health Information&Libraries Journal, Volume 35, Issue 4, Page 346-347, December 2018. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - November 29, 2018 Category: Databases & Libraries Tags: Reviewers List Source Type: research

Peer review processes at the Health Information and Libraries Journal
AbstractResponding to referee comments, theHealth Information and Libraries Journal Editorial Advisory Board has been engaged in a large ‐scale project to review and revise local peer review processes. What has emerged is a review process which enables referees to provide a more nuanced review to the editorial team and authors. The revised processes have now been implemented in the ScholarOne Manuscripts submission system. Thank yo u to everyone who has contributed to peer reviewing for theHealth Information and Libraries Journal in 2018. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - November 29, 2018 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Maria J. Grant Tags: Editorial Source Type: research

Rethinking bibliotherapy: a neurorhetoric narratology model for addiction treatment
This study sought to revise the collection development policy for a bibliotherapy library used by the residents at a women's AOD treatment centre in Tampa, Florida (USA). The research was conducted by Peter Cannon as part of his PhD on rhetoric and reading therapies. The article summarises the key findings from a reading preference survey of the residents and a semi ‐structured group interview of the mental health professionals at the centre. The results are used to support the development of a new bibliotherapy model that Peter has termed neurorhetoric narratology. Preliminary findings suggest this new model can offer t...
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - November 29, 2018 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Peter Cannon Tags: Dissertations into Practice Source Type: research

The Nigerian health information system policy review of 2014 : the need, content, expectations and progress
ConclusionRecommendations for HIS Policy revisions were proposed to and implemented by the Federal Government of Nigeria. The revised HIS policy now provides for a strong framework for the leadership and governance of the HIS with early results. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - November 29, 2018 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Emmanuel C. Meribole, Olusesan Ayodeji Makinde, Akin Oyemakinde, Kolawole Azeez Oyediran, Akinyemi Atobatele, Fadeke A. Fadeyibi, Aderemi Azeez, Duke Ogbokor, Olufunso Adebayo, Wura Adebayo, Emmanuel Abatta, Anthony Adoghe, Samuel Bolaji Adeba Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Delivering information literacy within a global health care degree: reflections from a health information specialist
AbstractHigher education institutions (HEIs) have a growing interest in establishing International joint degree programmes in developing countries. A Master ′s degree in global health care is an international joint degree programme run by two Finnish Universities of Applied Sciences and one Kenyan University. To provide students and staff members who live in Finland with an authentic experience of the circumstances in the developing countries, part of the programme involves delivering a two‐week intensive course in Kenya. Health library services and information literacy training have a significant presence during t...
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - November 29, 2018 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Marketta Fredriksson Tags: Teaching and Learning in Action Source Type: research

Use of the Internet as a source for reproductive health information seeking among adolescent girls in secondary schools in Enugu, Nigeria
ConclusionsAdolescent female students use the Internet to meet their reproductive health information needs. Access to the Internet should be enhanced for this group. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - November 14, 2018 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Ijeoma J. Ibegbulam, Chinwendu C. Akpom, Fidelia N. Enem, Dora I. Onyam Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

The Nigerian health information system policy review of 2014 – the need, content, expectations and progress
ConclusionRecommendations for HIS Policy revisions were proposed to and implemented by the Federal Government of Nigeria. The revised HIS policy now provides for a strong framework for the leadership and governance of the HIS with early results. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - November 12, 2018 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Emmanuel C. Meribole, Olusesan Ayodeji Makinde, Akin Oyemakinde, Kolawole Azeez Oyediran, Akinyemi Atobatele, Fadeke A. Fadeyibi, Aderemi Azeez, Duke Ogbokor, Olufunso Adebayo, Wura Adebayo, Emmanuel Abatta, Anthony Adoghe, Samuel Bolaji Adeba Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Current and future directions in Belgian medical and health sciences librarianship: a user ‐tailored approach
Health Information&Libraries Journal, EarlyView. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - November 2, 2018 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Ann De Meulemeester, B érengère Schietse, Bruno Vermeeren, Elke Ghesquière, Ghislaine Declève, Heidi Buysse, Inge Discart, Katrien Alewaeters, Nancy Durieux, Renaat Peleman, Nele Pauwels Source Type: research

Interventions to assist pet owners in online health information seeking behaviour: a qualitative content analysis literature review and proposed model
Health Information&Libraries Journal, EarlyView. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - November 1, 2018 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Niloofar Solhjoo, Nader Naghshineh, Fatima Fahimnia, Amir R. Ameri ‐naeini Source Type: research

Towards a deeper understanding of meaningful use in electronic health records
Health Information&Libraries Journal, EarlyView. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - September 29, 2018 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Sina Joneidy, Maria Burke Source Type: research

A qualitative inquiry of old people's health literacy in  situations of health uncertainty
Health Information&Libraries Journal, EarlyView. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - September 25, 2018 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Hadas Matas, Jenny Bronstein Source Type: research

Mothers ’ perception of maternal and child health information disseminated via different modes of ICT in Nigeria
Health Information&Libraries Journal, EarlyView. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - September 25, 2018 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Oluwaseun I. Obasola, Iyabo M. Mabawonku Source Type: research

Evaluating digital libraries: a systematised review
Health Information&Libraries Journal,Volume 35, Issue 3, Page 180-191, September 2018. (Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal)
Source: Health Information and Libraries Journal - August 30, 2018 Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Alireza Rahimi , Mohammad R. Soleymani , Alireza Hashemian , Mohammad R. Hashemian , Azra Daei Source Type: research