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Library and Information Science | Mental and Social Health


With the Internet a prominent place for many Americans to turn when seeking health information, the importance of providing authoritative, reliable, quality-filtered resources is a tasl well-suited for professional medical librarians. This article outlines three steps librarians can take to locate, organize, develop and deliver quality e-mental health resources effectively for mental health professionals and their patients, including establishing partnerships, developing and delivering resources, and providing training and outreach.


e-mental health, internet resources, mental health information, library resources, library outreach, medical libraries, medical librarians

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This article was published in the Journal of Hospital Librarianship, 6(4), 2006, p. 55-62. Copyright is retained by The Haworth Press.

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Journal of Hospital Librarianship



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