This new guide focuses on the different uses and applications of biomedical information resources available on the Internet. It explains not only how to find the best information resources quickly and effectively, but also how to customise Internet tools to your own personal requirements. Both authors have been associated with the development of OMNI (Organising Medical Networked Information) and BIOME. Partial contents: Introduction; Electronic communication; Discussion lists and electronic fora; Electronic journals and newsletters; Teaching material and continuing medical education; Health care information; Consumer health information; Meetings and conferences; Grants and jobs; Directories of research projects and expertise; Search strategies; Customising your browser; Creating your own home pages.... article available from: http:// www.cche.net/principles/howto_diagnosis.asp Walker-Dilks CJ, McKibbon KA, Haynes RB. ... Available from: http://www.york.ac. uk/inst/crd/ report6.doc Tips for better Web browsing: download to citation manager.
|Title||:||Finding and Using Health and Medical Information on the Internet|
|Author||:||Betsy Anagnostelis, Alison Cooke, Sue Welsh|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2004-06-17|