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					Bulletin 30 (1) 2010                                      Libraries for Nursing




Editorial
Welcome to the first Libraries for Nursing Bulletin of 2010. We
have an interesting range of articles for you in this issue.


Delivering information skills training is an important aspect of
the work of most UK health librarians, but how often is this
training extended beyond medical staff and healthcare
students? Phillip Barlow‟s report describes his experiences of
delivering a series of information skills training courses for
medical secretaries at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.


As increasing numbers of journals are published in electronic-
only format a number of new questions are raised for indexers.
Debbie Priddey from the British Nursing Index (BNI) outlines the
challenges that changes in the publishing industry are bringing
for BNI as well as providing an overview of the history and
development of the database.


We also have an article introducing „The Knowledge Network‟ a
new service for NHS staff, hea
				
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