Health Information & Libraries Journal
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Edited By: Maria J Grant
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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 50/86 (Information Science & Library Science)
Online ISSN: 1471-1842
25 for 25: EAHIL's 25th Anniversary
Twenty-Five for Twenty-Five: European Content from the Health Information and Libraries Journal
As the leading European peer-reviewed journal for health information and libraries, the Health Information and Libraries Journal is delighted to be able to join the European Association for Health Information and Libraries in celebrating its 25th anniversary.
Health Information and Libraries Journal (HILJ) has been publishing papers from across Europe since it was first published under the title of Health Libraries Review in 1984. We are therefore delighted for this opportunity to share with you a selected collection of 25 papers, representing the breadth of European writing published within HILJ, to mark this special occasion.
Maria J. Grant
Editor, Health Information and Libraries Journal
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The Open Access Association? EAHIL’s new model for sustainability
McSean T, Jakobsson A.
Information literacy in continuing professional development of medical practitioners: a Croatian example
Petrak J, Markulin H, Matic T.
Searching the Polish Medical Bibliography (Polska Bibliografia Lekarska) for trials
Almerie M, El-Din Matar H, Jones V, Kumar A, Wright J, Wlostowska E, et al.
Collection policy management for the Kuopio University and Kuopio University Hospital, Finland: detecting the needs of users and developing high-quality collections
Kananen J, Ovaska T, Saarti J.
Health check for Latvia: opportunities for information professionals in a new democracy
Smith IA, Poznaka V.
Competence in nursing informatics among nursing students and staff at a nursing institute in Sweden
Ragneskog H, Gerdner L.
Searching a biomedical bibliographic database from Hungary: the ‘Magyar Orvosi Bibliografia’
Kele I, Bereczki D, Furtado V, Wright J, Adams CE.
Searching a biomedical bibliographic database from the Ukraine: the Panteleimon database
Kumar A, Wright J, Adams CE.
Enhancing the MeSH thesaurus to retrieve French online health resources in a quality-controlled gateway
Douyere M, Soualmia LF, Neveol A, Rogozan A, Dahamna B, Leroy JP, et al.
Building up the Virtual Medical Library in Germany
Transfer of knowledge: a Nordic-Baltic cooperation programme from medical libraries
Muller A, Husem E, Akre E, Kretaviciene M.
International co-operation: Czech libraries
International relations of the Lithuanian Library of Medicine
Dutch library services to disadvantaged persons
TELEDOC: automated document ordering between libraries in Belgium
Walckiers M, Blitz D, Soree G.
Medical libraries in Iceland
Journals as a support to health management in Europe: an initial approach to a ‘core list’
Thuriaux MC, Weiss P, Perry CM, Valchev AS.