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Health sciences libraries
Abels EG, Cogdill KW, Zach L.  2002.  The contributions of library and information services to hospitals and academic health sciences centers: a preliminary taxonomy. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 90(3):276-284.
Abels EG, Cogdill KW, Zach L.  2004.  Identifying and communicating the contributions of library and information services in hospitals and academic health sciences centers. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 92(1):46-55.
Booth A.  2006.  On the shelf?: how unused is your reference collection? Health Information & Libraries Journal. 23(2):154-157.
Byrd G D.  1995.  The extent to which common property academic health sciences library journal collections contribute to individual productive use of the biomedical journal literature. Ph.D.:239.
Cuddy TM.  2005.  Value of hospital libraries: the Fuld Campus study. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 93(4):446-449.
Dalrymple PW.  2010.  Improving health care through information: research challenges for health sciences librarians.
Declève G.  2010.  EBLIP: bridging the language barrier Using evidence in practice. Health Information & Libraries Journal. 27(4):332-337.
Franklin B, Plum T.  2004.  Library usage patterns in the electronic information environment. Information Research. 9(4)
Giuse NB, Williams AM, Giuse DA.  2010.  Integrating best evidence into patient care: a process facilitated by a seamless integration with informatics tools. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 98(3):220-222.
Homan MJ.  2010.  Eyes on the prize: reflections on the impact of the evolving digital ecology on the librarian as expert intermediary and knowledge coach, 1969-2009. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 98(1):49-56.
Hulme C.  2006.  Using cost effectiveness analysis; a beginners guide. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 1(4):17-29.
Joubert DJ, Lee TP.  2007.  Empowering your institution through assessment. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 95(1):46-53.
Kantor PB.  1984.  Cost and usage of health sciences libraries: economic aspects. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association. 72(3):274-286.
Maden-Jenkins M.  2010.  Healthcare librarians and the delivery of critical appraisal training: attitudes, level of involvement and support Michelle Maden-Jenkins Librarian attitudes to critical appraisal training. Health Information & Libraries Journal. 27(4):304-315.
Marshall J G.  2007.  Measuring the value and impact of health library and information services: past reflections, future possibilities. Health Information & Libraries Journal. 24(s1):4-17.
Marshall J G, Medical Library Association.  1990.  Evaluation instruments for health sciences libraries.
Robbins K, Daniels K.  2001.  Benchmarking reference desk service in academic health science libraries: A preliminary survey. College & Research Libraries. 62(4):348-353.
Urquhart C, Hepworth J.  1995.  The value of information supplied to clinicians by health libraries: devising an outcomes-based assessment of the contribution of libraries to clinical decision-making. Health Libraries Review. 12(3):201-213.
Urquhart C, Thomas R, Ovens J, Lucking W, Villa J.  2010.  Planning changes to health library services on the basis of impact assessment. Health Information & Libraries Journal. 27(4):277-285.
Weightman AL, Williamson J.  2005.  The value and impact of information provided through library services for patient care: a systematic review. Health Information & Libraries Journal. 22(1):4-25.
Welch JM, Hoffius SD, Fox B.  2011.  Archives, accessibility, and advocacy: a case study of strategies for creating and maintaining relevance. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 99(1):57-60.
Winning AM, Beverley CA.  2003.  Clinical Librarianship: A Systematic Review of the Literature. Health Information & Libraries Journal. 20(Suppl. 1):11-10-21.
Youngkin A.  2010.  Librarian-Controlled RSS: A Novel Approach to Literature Search Follow-up. Journal of Hospital Librarianship. 10(2):123-131.