Krisellen Maloney

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Access to biomedical literature has been shown to reduce the patient's length of stay and thus reduce the cost of the hospital visit. Unfortunately, access to the most current information, at the time and place of need, requires a substantial commitment of resources in the form of staff expertise, computer hardware and software, and user training. The cost(More)
Research libraries will continue to be affected by rapid and transforma-tive changes in information technology and the networked environment for the foreseeable future. The pace and direction of these changes will profoundly challenge libraries and their staffs to respond effectively. This paper presents the results of a survey that was designed to discern(More)
The need to access current, relevant health care information transcends the boundaries of the library. Many computer-based tools are now available that provide access to this information where and when it is needed. However, the provision of these tools often requires a substantial commitment of resources in the form of staff expertise, computer hardware(More)
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