Health Information & Libraries – Assessment issue

Assessment the focus of Health Information & Libraries

Blackwell Synergy – Health Information & Libraries J, Vol 24, Issue s1: Table of Contents

This issue is devoted to assessment of information services on the health sector. The articles have been added to the Library Assessment Connotea Library, the feeds from which are included below in the Web Sites and Articles box.

Here is a brief TOC: Editorial: Assessing the impact of information services in the health sector, Rowena Cullen & Rachel Esson, pages 1–3

Original articles Measuring the value and impact of health library and information services: past reflections, future possibilities
Joanne Gard Marshall
pages 4–17

Evaluating information skills training in health libraries: a systematic review Alison Brettle
pages 18–37

User library service expectations in health science vs. other settings: a LibQUAL+® Study Bruce Thompson, Martha Kyrillidou & Colleen Cook
pages 38–45

Assessing the impact of information services in a regionalized health-care organization Carolyn Medernach & Joanne Franko
pages 46–56

Evaluation of outreach services for primary care and mental health; assessing the impact Lyn Robinson & David Bawden
pages 57–66

Finding a new kind of knowledge on the HeartNET website Leesa Bonniface & Lelia Green
pages 67–76

Assessing the impact of a study skills programme on the academic development of nursing diploma students at Northumbria University, UK Pam Bailey, Julie Derbyshire, Anne Harding, Anne Middleton, Karen Rayson & Lindy Syson
pages 77–85

Originally posted by Kay Chapa on blog.


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