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Current and future directions in Belgian medical and health sciences librarianship: a user-tailored approach.

A new interesting article has been published in Health Info Libr J. 2018 Dec;35(4):336-340. doi: 10.1111/hir.12237. Epub 2018 Nov 2. and titled:

Current and future directions in Belgian medical and health sciences librarianship: a user-tailored approach.

Authors of this article are:

De Meulemeester A, Schietse B, Vermeeren B, Ghesquière E, Declève G, Buysse H, Discart I, Alewaeters K, Durieux N, Peleman R, Pauwels N.

A summary of the article is shown below:

This article is part of a new series in this regular feature. The series intend to serve as a road map by sharing expertise and drawing together trends that are relevant to both health science librarians and health informatics professionals. The present article is a collaboration of six medical and health sciences libraries in Belgium and the Flemish library and archive association (VVBAD, n.d., https://www.vvbad.be/). It aims to elucidate the extended, user-tailored approach provided by medical and health sciences libraries in Belgium motivated by the recent changes in user expectations and behaviour.

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Europe, Western;education and training;information literacy;libraries, health science;libraries, medical;professional associations;research data (management);review, systematic

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