The Accidental Health Sciences Librarian by Nicole Mitchell
(The Accidental Library Series)

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"A must read for all those interested in a profession that will enable them to grow and be rewarded by serving others in the process..."
--Jean P. Shipman, MLA President
2006-2007, from the Foreword

Sparked by an aging baby boomer population, the dizzying pace of breakthroughs in medical research, and an unprecedented proliferation of health information, you may soon discover a career opportunity in health sciences librarianship — if you aren't already a part of this exciting field.

In The Accidental Health Sciences Librarian, Lisa A. Ennis and Nicole Mitchell offer a thorough and up-to-date overview along with guidance on a range of critical resources, tools, and functions. Their coverage of such essential topics as HIPAA and MeSH, along with a wealth of expert tips and advice, is a must for all new, prospective, and working health sciences librarians.
 

About Nicole Mitchell

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LISA A. ENNIS is Assistant Professor and librarian at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. NICOLE MITCHELL is Assistant Professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
 
Published April 5, 2010 by Information Today, Inc.. 235 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Professional & Technical, Science & Math, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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