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Title: Extending high quality health information to non-government organisations across the Northern Territory: experiences of NT Health Library Services
Authors: Kahkonen, Saara
Purnell, Marg
Citation: Kahkonen, S., & Purnell, M. (2023). Extending high quality health information to non-government organisations across the Northern Territory: experiences of NT Health Library Services. Journal of Health Information & Libraries Australasia, 4(3), 39–44.
Publisher: Health Libraries Australia
Abstract: This paper discusses NT Health Library Services’ initiative to provide resources and services to health professionals who work for non-government organisations across the Territory. In 2009, Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) were established. Since then a website has been created specifically for these MOU members and a recent renewal and upgrade project ensured the agreements were updated and the website security standards were being met. With vendor permission the library currently offers access to the following: eight research databases, two clinical decision support tools, one medication database and five electronic book and journal collections. Marketing has begun to increase awareness among these external clients.
Journal title: Journal of Health Information and Libraries Australasia
Volume: 4
Pages: 39-44
Publication Date: 2023-12-21
Type: Journal Article
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10137/12559
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DOI: https://doi.org/10.55999/johila.v4i3.176
Orcid: 0009-0001-7759-3612
0000-0002-3268-2099
Appears in Collections:(a) NT Health Research Collection

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