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While research training often takes place during every day practice, for the majority of library and information professionals, essential training will have been received as part of the dissertation element of their degree. However, there is a danger that important dissertation study findings are not disseminated if, for example, the student has moved onto a new job. The Health Information and Libraries Journal seek to address this research/practice gap with the introduction of a new feature ‘Dissertations into Practice’ specifically tasked with providing a safe and structured environment for students to disseminate their dissertation project findings.
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Publication date: March 1, 2012

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