On 10th November 2011 ALISS held its first showcase event. Its aim was to offer information professionals the chance to get information, compare and explore, major subscription and free resources that can underpin and aid research. The first event covered all aspects of public health in the developing world. Below are a selection of the papers/handouts.
- Global public health databases– an overview of the content of major subscription services by Ian Walker, British Library.
- Jerry Jenkins offered an introduction to the range of statistical resources offered by major international organisations including OCED, WHO and World Bank . View his Prezi presentation. Look at his Organ-o-Gram of resources (via Pearltrees) Handout of useful International organisations staistical useful websites
- Nicholas Martland Not everything is ‘e’, advice on tracing public health resources which are still available in print only!
- Handout – using OECD ILibrary to trace health statistics.
- Handout- Global health recommended websites. Includes news aggregators, international organisations and more!
- How do I get my stuff? using the British Library for research. Find out how to search/ interpret catalogue records and more! Jennie Grimshaw