Jake Bradley

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  • Bulletin of the Medical Library Association
  • 1996
The purpose of this paper is to examine the changes in health information and health information work using a conceptual framework and to consider the implication of these changes for health sciences librarians. The notion of what constitutes information depends heavily on the perspective of those defining the term. In the health care domain, numerous(More)
Self-employed workers account for between 8 and 30 % of participants in the labor markets of OECD countries (Blanchower, Self-employment: more may not be better, 2004). This paper develops and estimates a general equilibrium model of the labor market that accounts for this sizable proportion. The model incorporates self-employed workers, some of whom hire(More)
The continuing effort to develop standards for libraries in health care institutions has resulted in the creation of two broad groups of standards: (1) quantitative and specific, and (2) qualitative and flexible. The library standards of the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals (JCAH), a major example of the second type, were revised and expanded(More)
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