Health Information and Libraries Journal (HILJ) is seeking new material from those who have recently supervised a dissertation or thesis related to health information, and also from students who are completing such a dissertation. The editors are interested in short papers for publication demonstrating the importance of student research for policy and practice.
Past HILJ articles have covered a wide range of topics including the use of Twitter for health information, trends in the use of Fitbits, empowering effective library users in the health sector, ebook management in NHS libraries and collection development for bibliotherapy. To learn more about HILJ, view a sample issue online.
Interested authors can contact Dr. Frances Johnson of the Manchester Metropolitan University iSchool for more information.