Page 27 – Research4Life

Leading the way with Hinari
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Changing behaviours in learning, research, teaching and patient care transforms output and treatment. When the World Health Organization held its first HINARI training programmes in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, in 2002, librarian Grace Ada Ajuwon was there. “I was among
Designing a one-stop medical library
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Tech-savvy Honduran medical librarian creates a one-stop virtual medical library, resolving security issues blocking access.
Embracing Research4Life
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Mastering e-resources, Fredrick Otike promotes Research4Life as an expert information specialist. As a young student growing up in a remote village in southwest Kenya, Fredrick’s secondary school lacked electricity and running water, not to mention a library and science laboratory.
Pioneering at Makerere
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Research output at the Makerere University College of Health Sciences has helped raise the University’s overall ranking to 9th in Africa. Dr. Alison Kinengyere facilitating a workshop on finding and using health information. Library Information Science was a new course
Boosting a Young Democracy
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Maldives National University’s new Postgraduate Research Centre will use Research4Life to build capacity and help educate the young democracy’s future scientists and policy makers. Shaba Shabana giving a training on HINARI at the Maldives National University. The Maldives National University
Joint Winners from Nepal and Ethiopia Announced in Research4Life Global Case Study Competition
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For Release: 19 July 2011 For Information, contact: +44 (0)20 81332367 London, United Kingdom – The Research4Life partners today announced two winners in the “Access to Scientific Research Literature” global case study competition on how HINARI, AGORA, and/or OARE have
Serials Solutions Provides the Summon™ Service to Support Research4Life
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Complimentary Discovery Service and Volunteer Librarians Will Help Build Research Capacity in World’s Poorest Countries Seattle – July 19, 2011 – Serials Solutions®, a business unit of ProQuest® LLC, will support the three United Nations-sponsored Research4Life programs via its award-winning Summon™
Tailoring Workshops to the Participants’ Needs (HINARI, July 2011)
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In the past three years, approximately 20 new training modules have been developed. These include E-book Resources for HINARI Users, Evidence-based Practice Resources for HINARI Users, EndnoteWeb, CINAHL, Information Literacy, Authorship Skills, etc. Many of these modules highlight underutilized HINARI
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Building a Global Research Culture – Supported by the Elsevier Foundation, Librarians Without Borders® (LWB) teams up with ITOCA to train librarians, doctors and teachers at the University of Swaziland in Research4Life Programmes
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frameborder="0" width="640" height="480"> Supported by the Elsevier Foundation, Librarians Without Borders® (LWB) teams up with ITOCA to train librarians, doctors and teachers at the University of Swaziland. Since launch, the LWB program has equipped hundreds of information professionals and researchers
From entomologist to agricultural librarian
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Becoming a master trainer equipped Onan Mulumba, agricultural librarian at Makarere University to fuel evidence-based agricultural research and innovation in Uganda.
A librarian by passion and profession
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Cynthia Kimani embeds Research4Life training and usage across the ten campuses of the Kenyan Medical Research Institute, ramping up research output and proving the library is a digital backbone of research. A decade ago, when Cynthia Kimani began work at
‘Making a Difference’: Where Are They Now? – Dr. Tewodros Tilahun
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Transforming Patient Care in the Developing World How access to online medical research is shaping the future of CURE Ethiopia Children’s Hospital In 2011, we heard the inspirational stories of some of the individuals who rely on the Research4Life programmes everyday
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