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Introduction to reference sources in the health sciences

Guide to bibliographic and informational sources and their uses in reference work in health science settings. Intended for the library school student, but also useful to practicing librarians and health science library users. 14 chapters cover such topics as bibliographic sources for monographs, computerized data bases, handbooks and manuals, and history sources. References. Index.

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  • "Guide to bibliographic and informational sources and their uses in reference work in health science settings. Intended for the library school student, but also useful to practicing librarians and health science library users. 14 chapters cover such topics as bibliographic sources for monographs, computerized data bases, handbooks and manuals, and history sources. References. Index."@en
  • "Guide to bibliographic and informational sources and their uses in reference work in health science settings. Intended for the library school student, but also useful to practicing librarians and health science library users. 14 chapters cover such topics as bibliographic sources for monographs, computerized data bases, handbooks and manuals, and history sources. References. Index."
  • "Practicing health sciences librarians identify and describe the most relevant resource on their topics. The most significant change since the previous edition is the increasing importance of electronic resources. Emphasis is on U.S. publications and libraries, but Canadian publications and needs are addressed as well."
  • "Practicing health sciences librarians identify and describe the most relevant resource on their topics. The most significant change since the previous edition is the increasing importance of electronic resources. Emphasis is on U.S. publications and libraries, but Canadian publications and needs are addressed as well."@en
  • "Practicing health sciences librarians identify and describe the most relevant resource on their topics. The most significant change since the previous edition is the increasing importance of electronic resources. Emphasis is on U.S. publications and libraries, but Canadian publications and needs are addressed as well.--[Source inconnue]."

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  • "Literatuurgidsen (vorm)"
  • "Bibliographie"
  • "Abstracts"
  • "Indexes"
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Bibliography"
  • "Bibliography"@en
  • "Livres électroniques"

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  • "Introduction to reference sources in the health sciences"
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