Clinicians' use of the medical literature: selected themes from a clinical librarian experiment and its evaluation in the UK
Department of Surgery, Guy's Hospital, 1982 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 39 pages
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The Guys Experiment
Some Implications of Clinical Librarian
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