Tag Archives: Health librarians make a difference

Invitation to submit proposals for chapters – new book highlighting the work of health librarians

(30 September 2016) In 2017 IFLA Health and Biosciences Libraries Section and IFLA Publications will publish a book entitled: Action to impact:  librarians working at the heart of health communities IFLA wants to hear from librarians meeting the challenge of moving beyond their well-established roles to take their place at the heart of professional, social […]


Australia facing a critical shortage of health librarians

(18 July 2016, Sydney) Australia is facing a potentially critical shortage of health librarians according to the findings of a new census report from ALIA Group Health Libraries Australia (HLA). With a 7:4 ratio of retirees to new entrants, job vacancies in health libraries were found to be running at almost 10 per cent, compared […]


Wolters Kluwer Health announces winners of the 2013 “Health Science Librarians Make a Difference” Video Contest

(4 December 2013) The role of the medical librarian is evolving in today’s complex healthcare environment. To recognize the value medical librarians bring to their medical schools, hospitals and other healthcare institutions globally, Wolters Kluwer Health is pleased to announce the winners of its 2013 “Health Science Librarians Make a Difference,” video contest. See all the […]