Health and illness know no frontiers. The sciences that investigate them are perhaps the least affected by cultural variations. The systems for delivering health care in different countries of Europe have more common features than differences, despite political and economic influences. As a result European medical librarians and information workers have a great deal in common, regardless of the institution they work for or the country where they live. This realisation led to the formation of EAHIL to improve library services to the health professions by cooperation and shared experience across national boundaries.
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CECs See DRAFT Continuing Education Courses (CEC) Programme at EAHIL 2018 on Monday 9th and Tuesday 10th July 2018. There are 14 half-day courses to choose from. Conference See DRAFT Conference Programme on Wednesday 11th – Friday 12...Read more »
Licence extension for e-resource access at the HE-NHS crossover National subscriptions for healthcare in Norway Going Dutch implementing Open Access nationally A Cochrane Library national licence: the example of Switzerland Access to drug i...Read more »
By: Lotta Haglund & Eirik Reierth The Erasmus+ program offers excellent opportunities for employees from organizations with a valid European Charter for Higher Education to finance a shorter period of exchange (2 days – 2 months). The...Read more »