With apologies for cross-posting
<![if !vml]>[log in to unmask]" alt="Information Management Public Lecture Series" v:shapes="_x0000_s1027"><![endif]>[log in to unmask]" alt="Public Lecture banner.jpg">
<![if !vml]>[log in to unmask]" align=left hspace=5 alt="http://sim.management.dal.ca/Images/Continuing_Education/201300_Public_Lectur/Patrick%20Ellis_2013.jpg" v:shapes="Picture_x0020_1"><![endif]>Working Without a Net: the Canadian Model for Health Knowledge Delivery
Thursday, February 14 at 1:30 pm
Canadian health practitioners are being trained as students to use a rich battery of library-based resources and tools for the best evidence for patient care. Then they graduate. What happens next is peculiarly Canadian.
Patrick Ellis, Director of the Kellogg Health Sciences Library, Dalhousie University, has a keen interest in the deployment of library resources to health practitioners both regionally and nationally. He is currently a board member for the Canadian Virtual Health Library project (CVHL.ca), Principal Investigator on the CIHR grant funding this initiative, and the happy and proud recipient of the School of Information Management Outstanding Alumni Award 2012.