The Medical Library Association Guide to Finding Out: The Best Print and Electronic Resources (Medical Library Association Guides)
Jeanette de Richemond and Terry Paula Hoffman
480 pages • 6" x 9"
Year Published: 2013
Heart disease affects millions of people every year and information on signs, symptoms, prevention, and treatment can be found everywhere, but is rarely trustworthy. Patients, caregivers, family members, and information professionals deserve a Medical Library Association endorsed, essential resource on heart disease. The Medical Library Association Guide to Finding Out About Heart Disease does the organizing for you and offers evaluated print and online resources to help you develop a collection or research your personal medical options. This must-have reference incorporates important data and key concepts about risk factors and symptoms of heart disease. Each resource is annotated to provide you with the essential information you need to determine if that resource is right for you. The librarian can turn to the section on heart disease reference interviews; the patient can explore the resources available on his specific condition; the family member can research the resources for caregivers. With nearly 1,000 annotated resources, this is the most comprehensive book on heart disease resources available.
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