Health Information and Libraries Journal was previously published as Health Libraries Review.

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

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Volume 24, Number 3, September 2007

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Free Content The education and training needs of health librarians—the generalist versus specialist dilemma
pp. 167-176(10)
Authors: Petrinic, Tatjana; Urquhart, Christine

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Free Content Do published search filters to identify diagnostic test accuracy studies perform adequately?
pp. 188-192(5)
Authors: Ritchie, Gill; Glanville, Julie; Lefebvre, Carol

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Free Content Journal usage in NHS hospitals: a comparison report of total usage at an acute NHS Trust and a specialist NHS Trust in the North West of England
pp. 193-199(7)
Authors: Glover, Steven William; Addison, John; Gleghorn, Colette; Bramwell, John

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Free Content Searching a biomedical bibliographic database from Bulgaria: the ABS database
pp. 200-203(4)
Authors: Abhijnhan, Akhil; Surcheva, Zhenya; Wright, Judy; Adams, Clive E.

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Free Content Gender and online health information: a partitioned technology assessment
pp. 204-209(6)
Authors: Lorence, Daniel; Park, Heeyoung

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Free Content Retractions, press releases and newspaper coverage
pp. 210-215(6)
Author: Rada, Roy F.

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Free Content International perspectives and initiatives
pp. 216-221(6)
Author: Murphy, Jeannette

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Free Content Action research
pp. 222-226(5)
Author: Forrest, Margaret E. S.

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