Many hospitals and health care organizations that were independent, freestanding institutions are now part of large health systems that deliver patient care in a variety of inpatient, ambulatory, and community settings. Vast changes in the U.S. health care system are reshaping how librarians provide services to physicians and other patient caregivers, as well as to medical and allied health sciences students and faculty. Twenty one experts have contributed to this groundbreaking text. Their individual chapters offer specific, practical advice on administrative issues, planning and marketing, financial management, space planning, collection development, cataloging and classification, document delivery, audiovisual services -- every aspect of managing today's ever-changing health care library. Required reading for any librarian offering health care information to professionals, faculty, or consumers.Ruth Holst, Sharon A. Phillips. policies approved by management, the use of AV programs by unaffiliated individualsaparticularly circulation. ... projectors Overhead projectors Data projectors Microphones DVD players Laptop computers CD players Laser pointers Audiocassette players Portable podium VCR/TV monitorsanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Medical Library Association Guide to Managing Health Care Libraries|
|Author||:||Ruth Holst, Sharon A. Phillips|
|Publisher||:||Neal Schuman Pub - 2000-01|