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81: INVESTIGATE THE ROLE OF LIBRARIANS AND MEDICAL INFORMATICS SCIENCES AMONG GRADUATES BETWEEN 1380-1393 YEARS IN VARIOUS RESEARCH AND EDUCATIONAL CENTERS OF TABRIZ UNIVERSITY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES
  1. Shirin yengejeh,
  2. Vahideh Zarea Gavgani,
  3. Fatemeh mostajer,
  4. Fatemeh Salehnia
  1. Tabriz University of Medical Sciences, Tabriz, Iran.

Abstract

Over the years, the library activity has been focused on libraries programs. But today, according to the scientific development of information technology in various fields including medicine Librarians and Medical Informatics sciences skills in new areas serving the medical community and patients has changed. In addition to changing activities, medical librarians working in the libraries of traditional state-centered research activities, new jobs have been created for graduates. In this study, a qualitative interview from librarians graduated between the years 80 to 93 and working in different parts of Tabriz University of Medical Sciences was created. According to the qualitative interviews, medical librarians have a strong presence in these activities:

As well as doctors and care team members in different centers, such as research centers, training and knowledge management university, helping in the search for papers for scientific and academic staffs and provide access to the best evidence for them, Evidence-Based Medicine center(EBM), Research Development & Coordination Center (RDCC), Activity in publication center and convert documents into a suitable format and accepted as HTML or PDF or XML for inclusion in the Institutional Repository of the University Process data recording, content management, workshops for faculty and students, University survey activities in science centers, medical education and e-learning as well as other ancillary activities. Therefore, with respect to this research, due to the active participation of the medical librarian in research and teaching. In addition to the presentation of their competences librarians and medical informatics university, to show their presence and active. It is also supporting the Ministry of Health and medical universities, medical librarians and creating new posts of employment, their potential for research use,

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