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My Health Minnesota: Electronic Health Library  [7]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/47090

The My Health Minnesota: Electronic Health Library collection contains documents created in 2008 by the University of Minnesota Health Sciences Libraries. The documents represent materials developed as part of the planning process for a state-wide information resource for health professionals. Contents include an information needs assessment, a best practices survey, an environmental scan, a promotional information sheet, a template for a request for information, and a final report.


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SURVEY ON THE STATE OF EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE IN MINNESOTA

Aspinall, Erinn E; Hunt, Shanda L.; Sayre, Franklin D.; Theis-Mahon, Nicole R.; Chew, Katherine V.; Olawsky, Evan (2018-12-19)

My Health Minnesota: Electronic Health Library: Information Sheet

Aspinall, Erinn E. (2008-08-14)
In 2008, the University of Minnesota Health Sciences Libraries, in partnership with MINITEX Library Information Network (MINITEX), explored the feasibility of providing online access to a core set of clinical knowledge ...

My Health Minnesota: Electronic Health Library: Request for Information

Aspinall, Erinn E. (2008-06-16)
In 2008, the University of Minnesota Health Sciences Libraries, in partnership with MINITEX Library Information Network (MINITEX), explored the feasibility of providing online access to a core set of clinical knowledge ...

My Health Minnesota: Electronic Health Library: Information Needs Assessment

Aspinall, Erinn E. (2008-04-30)
In 2008, the University of Minnesota Health Sciences Libraries, in partnership with MINITEX Library Information Network (MINITEX), explored the feasibility of providing online access to a core set of clinical knowledge ...

My Health Minnesota: Electronic Health Library: Final Report

Aspinall, Erinn E. (2008-08)
Healthy communities are built upon the availability of informed health professionals as well as community members who are knowledgeable about their health and well-being. To address these information needs, the Health ...

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