Sunday, May 15, 2016

Latest issue of Reference Services Review: health literacy special

The articles in the latest issue of Reference Services Review (Volume 44 Issue 2, priced publication) are:
- "Better health through better information:” health literacy and the changing role of health sciences librarianship (Eleanor Mitchell , Sarah Barbara Watstein)
- Health literacy: a natural role for librarians (Theresa S. Arndt)
- Hispanics and public libraries: Assessing their health information seeking behaviors in the e-health environment (EunYoung Yoo-Lee , Tamara Rhodes , Gabriel M Peterson)
- Health literacy education: The impact of synchronous instruction (Tricia Lantzy)
- Promoting Health Literacy Within a Graduate-Level Nutrition Curriculum (Charlotte Beyer , J. Scott Thomson)
- A librarian's role in media effects health literacy (Jill R Kavanaugh , Kristelle Lavallee , Rima Rudd)
- Health literacy and information literacy: a concept comparison (Jane Lawless , Coleen Toronto , Gail Grammatica)
- Health information: print materials assessment in public libraries (Mary Grace Flaherty , Samantha Jan Kaplan)
- A conceptual approach to practitioners’ health information literacy (Ann Hallyburton)
- Health literacy and libraries: a literature review (Jill Barr-Walker)
- Improving Health Literacy: Health Sciences Library Case Studies (Jean P. Shipman , Erica Lake , Alice I Weber)
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Photo by sheila webber: cherry tree in bloom next to the iSchool's building, May 2016

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