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Evaluating Point of Care Tools: Dollars &Sense Open Access

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Fink, Patty
McArthur, Michael
Moody-Corbett, Penny
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Collection Management - Health Libraries
Point-of-Care Tools
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Meeting health information needs at the point of care is vital. However, selecting the point of care tool that meets those needs is increasingly complicated and expensive. The clinical information needs of students and clinical faculty are varied, and libraries are increasingly pressured by fiscal restraint. In order to ensure the information needs of students and faculty in their clinical education settings are addressed, while balancing a need for fiscally responsible selection, a point of care tool review was undertaken at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine.
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2017/05/01
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