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Introduction to Health Services Research : A Self-Study Course

Module 7: Librarians' Role in Health Services Research (Page 10 of 12)

In Summary

This online course is part of the effort of the NLM, MLA, and library educators to increase the knowledge base of health sciences librarians.

The authors hope you feel more comfortable with some of the concepts that health services researchers use and with some of the information tools that can support that work.

The bottom line is that as information workers, librarians are essential partners in furthering the health of the public.

Librarians are in the unenviable position of needing to know a lot about many disciplines including their own. Keeping up with changes in the topics and information discussed in these online learning cases and modules is not easy and requires constant scanning of the environment. Keeping updated in areas of interest assures that librarians continue to provide a quality information product.

The bottom line is that as information workers, librarians are essential partners in furthering the health of the public.

Before you go to the cases which integrate what you have learned in this and other modules you can examine this module's Enrichment Section and review the questions that are likely to be on the quiz for this section.

Quiz

Prepare yourself to take the quiz for this module by reviewing possible questions. Then take the quiz. From the quiz you can apply for the Certificate of Success for Module 1.

Module 7: Quiz 7 [review questions]

Go on to the introductory cases page.

When you have completed the course please take time to give us feedback by filling out the evaluation form for these modules. Thank you.

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