1 edition of Collection development in the health sciences found in the catalog.
Collection development in the health sciences
|Statement||edited by Robin Braun and Steve Teich.|
|Contributions||Braun, Robin, ed., Teich, Steve, ed.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||54 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||54|
Doody’s Core Titles. Doody’s Core Titles, the essential collection development tool for health science libraries, represents the collective wisdom of over medical librarians and content experts on the “must-have” titles in health science specialties.. Every year, with the oversight of Doody Enterprises, content specialists and librarians select the book or software titles that. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month of over 1, results for Books: Politics & Social Sciences: Social Sciences: Library & Information Science: Collection Development.
The Collection Development Policy is intended as a guideline in selecting resources that support the mission and goals of the Library, the Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences and Lancaster General Health System, supporting education, service, and research. Collection Development Get Involved Student Employment Latin Rare Book Collection Classics Books with Author Signatures Health Sciences Services .
The Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago includes materials on medicine, nursing, dentistry, pharmacology and other health-related professions. Its special collections include the History of Nursing and Pharmacy Collection, the Kiefer Collection (urology), the Percival Bailey Library (neurology) and the Nyhus Collection (gastroenterology). The Health Sciences Library maintains a broad collection of journals and databases in the Health Sciences. The collection is largely composed of English language, electronic resources. The library maintains a link resolver system for off site access. Additions and reductions to the HSL serials collection are based on expressed need and funding.
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Introduces and defines the documentation and decision making processes in collection development, explores organizational models for collection development in health sciences libraries, and describes the rationales and methodologies for assessing health sciences library collections.
A service of the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health. Collection Development Guidelines of the National Library of Medicine. Collection Development and Assessment in Health Sciences Libraries Reviewed by Jonathan D.
Eldredge, M.L.S., Ph.D. Health Sciences Center Library, The University of New Mexico, [email protected]: Jonathan D. Eldredge. The Collection Development Policy of the Health Sciences Library guides the development of the Library’s collections from acquisition to retention of materials over time.
The James J. Waring History of Medicine & Health Sciences and Rare Book Collection comprises two types of resources: A circulating collection of 10, titles covers all aspects of the history of medicine and related fields as well as works on medical topics published between and that do not require the special handling of rare materials.
The edition is now available. Order now so you can access this essential collection development tool for health sciences libraries of all sizes representing the collective wisdom of almost medical librarians and content experts on the must-have titles in specialties.
You may order Doody's Core Titles ® by clicking here. HSL collects selectively books on Pharmacology, oriented for medical, dental and nursing students, clinicians and researchers.
It collects selectively books on drug development that may be of interest to CUMC researchers and students. Limitations: HSL doesn’t collect books for Pharmacy students.
The guidelines described in the Collection Development Policy are designed to support the Library’s mission and vision. Clientele The HSL primarily serves the faculty, students, researchers, and staff of the Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Dentistry, the Eshelman School of Pharmacy, the Gillings School of Global Public Health, a number of.
General Purpose of the Collection This collection supports the health sciences interests on campus, although the primary users are the students and faculty of the College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College.
The collection includes major bibliographical and reference sources as well as many general and specialized journals. The Collection Development Manual of the Health Sciences Library (HSL) is intended to provide clear and complete guidelines for the library staff and constituents as appropriate in the selection and deselection of biomedical and public health materials regardless of : Victoria Messana.
This collection is the work of one of the Health Sciences Library’s former librarians, Sally Brown, and its purpose is to focus on the publications of an accomplished researcher/educator, its scientific and educational impact, and the legacy it created.
About. The mission of the Collection Development Department is to build and maintain a library collection that supports the academic and research needs of the LSU Health Sciences Center – New Orleans. As such, the department is responsible for routine evaluation, selection, and acquisition of new resources in the subject areas that pertain to the various schools and centers of excellence.
Collection development is one of those library tasks that takes place behind the scenes, infrequently noticed by faculty and rarely noticed by students at all. Hidden or not, collection development is essential to an academic or health sciences : The edition of this essential collection development tool for health sciences libraries of all sizes represents the collective wisdom of almost medical librarians and content experts on the must-have titles in specialties.
You may order Doody's Core Titles by Clicking Here. Return to Home Page. The core objectives for Bookshelf are (i) to further advance science and improve health care through the collection, exchange and dissemination of books and related documents in life sciences and health care; (ii) to provide a permanent stable archive for the collection and (iii) to provide free access to full text of this content.
Collection Development and Assessment in Health Sciences Libraries Article (PDF Available) in Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 87(1) January with 55 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Collection development policies The Library's collection development policies are published here, as an indication of the scope and limits of our collections. Our aim is to sustain a continuing collection of research material in the social sciences, paying particular attention to the integrated and interdisciplinary approach of LSE.
COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT POLICY. PREAMBLE. The UNISA Library’s collection aligns itself with the strategic objective of the University. The s collection must be accessible to all UNISA clients, regardless transactional distanceof, in order to meeting theUniversity’s objective of Open Distance and e-Learning (ODeL).
The collection must beMissing: health sciences. Collection development decisions in health sciences libraries supporting medical education are influenced by accreditation requirements defined by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) and the Joint Commission: Accreditation, Health Care, Certification (JCAHO).
Over 4, librarians around the world rely on the comprehensive bibliographic and evaluative information in our comprehensive database of health sciences books to help guide their collection development decisions.
Further, dozens of publishers and book intermediaries have purchased licenses to. These liaisons serve as a direct communication link between your department and the Library. If you have specific journal/book/materials requests, collection development suggestions, instructional needs, general questions,or other library service/resource needs, feel free to contact your assigned liaison directly.
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Crawford Library of the Health Sciences-Rockford. Parkview Ave. Rockford, IL Phone.INTRODUCTION. A PDF version of this document is available for download. This manual is based upon Scope and Coverage Manual of the National Library of Medicine. (PB ), and upon the edition of the Acquisition and Collection Development Policy of the Library of the Health Sciences, as revised in This scope and coverage manual constitutes the acquisitions policy of the.