Practitioner commentary on: Fridén, K. The librarian as a teacher: experiences from a problem-based setting. Health Libraries Review 1996, 13, 3-7.

@article{Harker2008PractitionerCO,
  title={Practitioner commentary on: Frid{\'e}n, K. The librarian as a teacher: experiences from a problem-based setting. Health Libraries Review 1996, 13, 3-7.},
  author={Emily Harker},
  journal={Health information and libraries journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={25 Suppl 1},
  pages={30-1}
}
When I read Kerstin Fridén’s article I found myself in agreement with the many issues that were discussed regarding the role of the librarian as a teacher. Twelve years on from publication of this article many of these same issues are now high on the agenda of librarians and the organizations in which they work. Encouragingly none of the issues are redundant. Discussing some of these allows us to see how we, as librarians, have progressed but also how far we still have to travel. 

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