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Register for the next Research4Life online course

Research4Life users can now register for the second edition of its Massive Open Online Course (MOOC). The free course, which is taught in English, will run from 20 April to 24 May 2020.

Three things you didn’t know about Hinari
Posted in: Blog
Today, 7 April, marks World Health Day. This year, the day has a special focus on recognizing nurses and midwives. We asked our colleagues at Hinari, Research4Life's health information program, about the very first nursing resources on the platform.
Five librarians from Research4Life countries will build capacity in their region
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The Medical Library Association (MLA) and the Elsevier Foundation have announced the recipients of the 2020 MLA Librarians without Borders®/ Elsevier Foundation/ Research4Life Grants. Read all about their projects below. The grants enable information specialists to provide Research4Life trainings in
Find information on COVID-19 through Research4Life
Posted in: News
Research4Life users can log in via their preferred program to access relevant scientific research and information on COVID-19.
“More than two billion people don’t have access to basic sanitation facilities” – Why water research matters
Posted in: Blog
22 March marks World Water Day, a UN initiative to raise awareness about the importance of freshwater. To celebrate this day, we are highlighting IWA Publishing.
Embase part of Research4Life – join our webinar in English, French and Spanish
Research4Life users can now register for our free webinar that will explain how you can use Elsevier's Embase database in your research.
From playing cricket to supporting health researchers: Research4Life’s user representative talks about his work as a librarian in Nepal
Posted in: Blog
To make sure users’ needs are well-represented, Research4Life has two user representatives. Read our interview with one of them: Chandra Bhushan Yadav from Nepal.
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