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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Andrew Booth; Graham Walton
|Contents:||PART 1: THE CONTEXT OF MANAGING THE KNOWLEDGE BASE IN HEALTH SERVICES 1. New structures and principles in health services - Graham Walton 2. The health and social care interface - Valerie Monaghan and Jo Cooke 3. Clinical governance and National Service Frameworks - Andrew Booth 4. Virtual outreach services - Alison Yeoman 5. The National electronic Library for Health - Alison Turner 6. Knowledge management - Andrew Booth and Anne Brice 7. Primary-care knowledge services - Sue Lacey Bryant 8. Clinical librarianship - Susan Childs 9. The role of LIS in supporting learning 99 David Peacock, Graham Walton and Andrew Booth PART 2: MANAGING THE KNOWLEDGE BASE 10. Managing projects - Andrew Booth 11. Working collaboratively - Sharon Dobbins 12. Developing innovative services and managing change - Graham Walton 13. Continuing professional development - David Stewart 14. Providing hybrid information services - Steve Rose and Angela Gunn 15. Creating portals and gateways - Susan Roe 16. Managing intellectual property - Susannah Hanlon PART 3: USING THE KNOWLEDGE BASE EFFECTIVELY: INFORMATION SOURCES AND SKILLS 17. Accessing the knowledge base - Maria J. Grant 18. Appraising the literature - John Blenkinsopp 19. Creating effective web pages - Steve Ashwell 20. Tapping into sources of research funding - Alison Winning 21. Supporting syntheses of the literature - Janette Boynton Conclusion: new roles and new challenges - Graham Walton and Andrew Booth.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Andrew Booth, Graham Walton.|
"Highly recommended - and of much wider application than its title would suggest." - Library and Information Research "...this book is of real interest to anyone working in a health library" -