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Published on May 10, 2011
The Medical Library Association's Master Guide to Authoritative Information Resources in the Health Sciences is intended for both experienced practitioners and those new to the field: this unique guide will be an indispensable tool for librarians who must differentiate among the many choices of medical resources.
Under the guidance of Editor-in-Chief Laurie L. Thompson and Associate Editors Esther Carrigan, Mori Lou Higa, and Rajia Tobia, 108 expert contributors have compiled the best titles in an impressive range of disciplines and specialties in the health sciences literature, making their selections on the basis of quality, value, and professional importance.
-Encompasses 35 specialties, plus additional sub specialties, basic sciences, and emerging disciplines -Provides over 1,600 authoritative recommendations -Covers both the monographic and serial literature, in print and also in digital and online formats, including audiovisual resources
In a field where resources must be accurate, dependable, and up to date to be useful, the task of building or maintaining a collection can be stressful—and expensive. The Medical Library Association's Master Guide to Authoritative Information Resources in Health Sciences will make the process infinitely easier, saving you valuable time and money. Under the guidance of expert contributors, the editors have compiled the best titles in an impressive range of disciplines and specialties in the health sciences literature. Quality, value and professional importance are the guiding principles shaping the selection of recommended titles.