Selective libraries for medical schools in less developed countries

a Bellagio conference, October 3 to November 3, 1979
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Rockefeller Foundation , New York
Medical libraries -- Developing countries -- Congresses., Medical education -- Developing countries -- Congresses., Libraries -- Developing countries -- Congre
Statementedited by Tefko Saracevic.
GenreCongresses.
SeriesWorking papers - The Rockefeller Foundation, Working papers (Rockefeller Foundation)
ContributionsSaracevic, Tefko.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationx, 203 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16869611M

Selective Libraries for Medical Schools in Less-Developed Countries. Reviewed by Janis Sharp. Author information Cited by: 1. FULL TEXT Author: Sharp J, Journal: Bulletin of the Medical Library Association[/04] Selective Libraries for Medical Schools in Less-Developed Countries.

(PMCID:PMC) Bull Med Libr Assoc. April; 69(2): – PMCID: PMC Selective Libraries for Medical Schools in Less-Developed Countries. Reviewed by Janis Sharp. Author(s): Saracevic,Tefko Title(s): Selective libraries for medical schools in less-developed countries: a Bellagio conference, October 3 to November 3, / edited by Tefko Saracevic.

Country of Publication: United States Publisher: [New York]: The Rockefeller Foundation, Description: x, p. Sorry, our data provider has not provided any external links therefor we are unable to provide a : Janis Sharp.

Both the BMA and the BMJ receive many requests for free medical books and journals from doctors and librarians in less developed countries and other areas of need. Until recently we have had no specific funding to meet these requests, and have arranged donations of secondhand journals and surplus BMJ books somewhat by: 1.

Both the BMA and the BMJ receive many requests for free medical books and journals from doctors and librarians in less developed countries and other areas of need. Until recently we have had no specific funding to meet these requests, and have arranged donations of secondhand journals and surplus BMJ books somewhat haphazardly.

Sincehowever, Cited by: 1. Both the BMA and the BMJ receive many requests for free medical books and journals from doctors and librarians in less developed countries and other areas of need. Until recently we have had no specific funding to meet these requests, and have arranged donations of secondhand journals and surplus BMJ books somewhat haphazardly.

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Selective libraries for medical schools in less deve-loped countries. (Working papers - The Rockefeller Foundation) Includes bibliographical references. Underdeveloped areas--Medical libraries--Con-gresses. Underdeveloped areas--Medical education--Congresses. Saracevic, Tefko.

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REYNOLDSt In recent years there has been a growing interest in medical libraries in developing countries because of the number of new medical schools that are being started and the desire to upgrade the existing by: 1. Saracevic T: Selective Libraries for Medical Schools in Less-Developed Countries.

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