The informationist in the scientific setting
Antonio P. DeRosa*; Lily K. Martin† * Weill Cornell Medicine, New York, NY, United States† Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY, United States
This chapter covers the basics of the informationist role and provides a working definition based on the preexisting literature. It will also discuss traditional and new roles of the informationist and how it has evolved over time. Also, there is discussion of the informationist in the scientific setting along with brief synopses of subsequent chapters in the book.
Informationist; Reference librarian; Embedded librarian
In the 1970s, clinical librarian Gertrude Lamb recognized a gap between medical ...
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