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Webinar: Re-introducing PubMed, the database for biomedical literature

We are organizing a free webinar on 22 July 2020 at 2pm CET for all Research4Life users who want to learn how they can access PubMed through Research4Life and find the content they need. The webinar will be led by Kathy Kwan, Independent Health Information specialist and retired staff scientist from the US National library of medicine.

RESEARCH4LIFE ANNOUNCES CONTEST HIGHLIGHTING LIBRARY IMPACT
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For Release: March 6th 2013 Contact:       Charlotte Masiello-Riome,  Research4Life Communications communications@research4Life.org  Follow R4L on Twitter at  @R4LPartnership Global case study competition focuses on how vital collaboration between Research4Life and librarians powers effective research in developing countries. London, United Kingdom
Research4Life helps charity improve lives of HIV-infected orphans- Zambia
frameborder="0" width="560" height="315"> In 2003, a woman with AIDS, seven months pregnant and living in a bus terminal in the Zambian capital of Lusaka, was found by nuns and brought to a shelter. After delivering the baby, physician Tim Meade
Over 12,000 Wiley Online Books Made Available in Developing Countries Via Research4Life
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Media Contact: Ben Norman (UK) +44 (0) 1243 770 375 Amy Molnar (US) +1 201-748-8844 sciencenewsroom@wiley.com   Over 12,000 Wiley Online Books Made Available in Developing Countries Via Research4Life Hoboken, NJ, February 6, 2013, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., today
Elsevier Connect: Measuring the impact of research access in the developing world
How Research4Life is being used to improve health care and economic development by Richard Gedye. Published 7 January 2013 We all know that in many parts of the developing world, there are shortages of food, clean water, adequate housing, health
Interview with Gracian Chimwaza, Executive Director ITOCA, South Africa and Research4Life Training Coordinator
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Gracian Chimwaza, is the founding director for ITOCA-Information Training & Outreach Centre for Africa www.itoca.org. He holds a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) degree from Thames Valley University, UK (2001), an electrical engineering diploma and a graduate diploma from Institute of
AllAfrica.com -Rwanda: Scholars Train in Scientific Research
By Jean d’Amour Mbonyinshuti, 5 December 2012 in AllAfrica.com Over thirty research trainers from higher institutions of learning and research institutions are undergoing a three day training on effective methodologies to access research material. The training being conducted by Kigali
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