Survey of Medical Faculty : Use of Journals, Databases, Repositories, and Other Medical Information Sources
The Survey of Medical School Faculty: Use of Journals, Databases, Repositories and other Medical Information Sources looks closely at the use of the medical library and use of specific information resources by medical faculty. The report gives highly detailed data on medical school faculty use of databases, journals, institutional digital repositories, medical blogs, wikis and listservs and other medical information resources. The report also covers the extent of use of the library, including number of times researchers conduct searches, and visit the library. The study relates highly detailed information on the percentage of medical faculty who have received training on specific medical databases such as Ovid, PubMed, Medline, Web or Science and many others, as well as their preferences for print or online versions of medical journals. In addition, the report includes data on how medical faculty rate their familiarity with various information vehicles such as blogs, wikis, databases, online journals, etc, and how they prefer to learn about their use.
- Hardback | 133 pages
- 210.82 x 271.78 x 10.16mm | 385.55g
- 01 Jun 2011
- Primary Research Group
- United States