Monthly Archives: October 2013

UCL Acts to Increase Access to Medicines in the Developing World

This news comes from a press release by Medsin which is a student network and registered charity tackling global and local health inequalities through education, advocacy and community action. University College London ( UCL ), one of the world’s leading … Continue reading

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E-reading Pilot in Eight Kenyan Libraries

Worldreader will receive a Gates Foundation grant to launch an e-reading pilot in eight Kenyan libraries. The pilot will provide eight libraries in Kenya with 250 e-readers fully equipped with protective cases providing their library patrons with instantaneous access to … Continue reading

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Who’s afraid of the digital library ?

For those members of CILIP ( Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals ) who have access to either the paper copy or online version of CILIP Update there is a very good article in the October 2013 issue by … Continue reading

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Health information resources

Some more health information resources gathered from HIFA 2015 by Indi Munasinghe of Phi. My thanks to both. Presentation about the mHealth Evidence Database Pleas click on website Discussion by the Working Group on mHealth Evidence base which is a … Continue reading

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Information resources

This is the first post of some useful information resources gathered from HIFA 2015 by Indi Munasinghe of Phi. My thanks both to HIFA and Indi. More will follow in the next few days. Early evidence: Videos can improve health … Continue reading

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BookLinks

Time to take a look at the Book Aid International website again and check out their newsletter for librarians ? This is BookLinks and it can be accessed by clicking first on ” Our Work ” and then on ” … Continue reading

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