Health Information & Libraries Journal
© Health Libraries Group.
Edited By: Maria J Grant
Impact Factor: 0.932
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 37/83 (Information Science & Library Science)
Online ISSN: 1471-1842
Recently Published Issues
HILJ Available Free of Charge to HLG Members
We are pleased to announce a new and significant member benefit.
The Health Information and Libraries Journal (HILJ) is now available free of charge to our members.
HILJ is published quarterly in partnership with Wiley, and is the leading peer reviewed journal for those working, or interested in health and social care library and information issues. In addition to full access to all future editions members will also be able to read back copies. We hope this new benefit will support members in their continuing professional development, and encourage more people to submit articles to the journal. To access HILJ please follow this link www.cilip.org.uk/access-hilj and enter your CILIP log in details. If you have not registered on the CILIP website, or you have forgotten your password click on the register or forgot your password link. We do hope you make the most of this new benefit.
Gary Birkenhead - Chair, CILIP Health Libraries Group
Maria J Grant - Editor, Health Information and Libraries Journal
HILJ Authors Receive National Award
Congratulations to the North West Clinical Librarian Systematic Review and Evaluation Group which has been awarded the LIS Research Coalition Practitioner Researcher Excellence Award.
Members of the group published a systematic review on evaluating clinical librarian services in the March 2011 issue of the Health Information and Libraries Journal - read the article in full here:
Evaluating clinical librarian services: a systematic review
Alison Brettle, Michelle Maden-Jenkins, Lucy Anderson, Rosalind McNally, Tracey Pratchett, Jenny Tancock, Debra Thornton, Anne Web
HILJ now on Twitter!
Follow HILJ news and announcements on Twitter: twitter.com/HILJnl
Health Libraries Group Newsletter
Read the latest HLG Newsletter - Volume 31, Number 1, March 2014
HILJ Special Publications
The 2014 HILJ Virtual Issue is now available online:
The role of the health information professional
A Special Virtual Issue edited by Audrey Marshall
This virtual issue has been published to mark the CILIP Health Libraries Group 2014 Conference, taking place in Oxford on 24th and 25th July. The issue’s theme is to highlight the key role of the health information professional and it shines a spotlight on professional expertise, demonstrating what we can share and learn from each other.
To celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the European Association for Health Information and Libraries,Health Information and Libraries Journal (HILJ) is delighted to share with you a selected collection of 25 papers, representing the breadth of European writing published within HILJ.
Getting Started! Writing for Publication
As the official journal of the Health Libraries Group (HLG), the Health Information and Libraries Journal was delighted to facilitate a workshop on writing for publication at this year's HLG conference, Oxford. The workshop, taking place on Friday 25th July, will explore issues of identifying writing opportunities in our everyday work settings, developing ideas we have at work into projects and developing work we’ve done into publishable papers. A link to workshop slides will be posted shortly.
Information for Authors
Check out the revised Author Guidelines
25% off Wiley Books
Wiley Author Discount Club - Available for authors of accepted papers and reviewers of articles. Go to www.wiley.com/go/authordiscount for details.
NIH Public Access Mandate
For those interested in the Wiley-Blackwell policy on the NIH Public Access Mandate, please visit our policy statement.
Support for New Authors
The Health Information and Libraries Journal (HILJ) prides itself on supporting the writing activities of its author/s and has received high praise from a recent contributor:
“I found… the excellent [HILJ] reviewers' suggestions made the revision process very manageable.”
Whether you are new to writing or an experienced author, HILJ provides a supportive environment from submission through to publication.
Click here for full details of HILJ author guidelines.