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Managing Knowledge

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Managing Knowledge in Health Services

 

This book edited by Andrew Booth & Graham Walton was published by Library Association Publishing (now Facet Publishing) in 2000. It is now out of print and, with permission from the publishers, the editors are pleased to offer the entire work as open access. Much of the content is not time sensitive and it still provides a useful conspectus of health information and library services in the early 21st Century. A companion volume Exploiting Knowledge in Health Services was edited by Graham Walton & Andrew Booth in 2004 and published by Facet Publishing.

 

Preliminary material     pdf     rtf

 

Part 1 Contextual background to healthcare and health information services

1     Health services: a contemporary approach           3

        Graham Walton     pdf      rtf  

 

2     Health service users of information            15

        Christine Urquhart     pdf     rtf

 

3     Health service libraries          31

        Jane Mackenzie     pdf     rtf

 

4     Health service information providers          53

        John Hewlett     pdf     rtf

 

5     Consumer health information         69

        Donald Mackay     pdf     rtf

 

Part 2

Health information resources and their organization and management

 

6      Providing direction and management for health library          89

      and information services     pdf     rtf
        Graham Walton

 

7      Identifying users’ needs         101

        Andrew Booth     pdf     rtf

 

8      Making a case  112

        Andrew Booth     pdf     rtf

 

9      Identifying resources  122

        Sharon Dobbins     pdf     rtf

 

10     Organizing information resources   137

        Andrew Booth     pdf     rtf

 

11     Delivering and accessing resources            151

        Andrew Booth     pdf     rtf

 

12     Marketing a service   162

        Andrew Booth     pdf     rtf

 

13     Evaluating information services      173 

        Linda Banwell     pdf     rtf

 

14     Training the users       182

        Alison Hicks     pdf     rtf

 

Part 3

Skills needed to make effective use of the knowledge base

 

15     Formulating the question      197

        Andrew Booth     pdf     rtf

 

16     Selecting appropriate sources         206

        Andrew Booth     pdf     rtf

 

17     Searching the databases       222

        Louise Falzon     pdf     rtf

 

18     Searching the Internet           237

        Andrew Booth     pdf     rtf

 

19     Filtering and evaluating the knowledge base      251

        Suzy Paisley     pdf     rtf

     Tables      pt1     pt2

 

20     Organizing a personal knowledge base     268

        Andrew Booth     pdf     rtf

 

21     Keeping up to date with the knowledge base      279

        Andrew Booth     pdf     rtf

 

22     Some concluding trends and themes          289

        Andrew Booth and Graham Walton     pdf     rtf

References      295     pdf     rtf

Index   345     pdf     rtf

 

 

 

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