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The way we were: health library life seen through the pages of the Medical Library Bulletin of the Thames Regions, 1974–94

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Abstract 

The Medical Library Bulletin of the Thames Regions reflected the development of health-service libraries over the 20¬†years it existed. Originally begun as a practical aid to improving services by encouraging co-operation, improving communication and giving instructive advice, it charted the work of health-service librarians and the growth of their services. The articles contained in it covered professional developments and wider political issues as they occurred, and illustrated the extension of the librarians’ knowledge and skills. Leslie Morton, Library Adviser to the British Postgraduate Medical Federation, edited almost every issue, starting at a time when there was little guidance or professional literature available for health-service librarians.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 1, 2005

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