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A Content Analysis of Questions Generated by Public Health Practitioners in New Mexico: Preliminary Results

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A Content Analysis of Questions Generated by Public Health Practitioners in New Mexico: Preliminary Results

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Title: A Content Analysis of Questions Generated by Public Health Practitioners in New Mexico: Preliminary Results
Author: Carr, Richard; Eldredge, Jonathan
Subject: public health; evidence-based public health; public health informatics
Evidence-Based Medicine, Medical
InformaticsInformation Services, Libraries
Abstract: Purpose: To classify public health professionals’ naturally-occurring questions (information needs) during a six-week study period according to the (1) Evidence-Based Public Health (EBPH) question typology; and (2) the University of Massachusetts Lamar Soutter Library’s public health subject typology.
Date: 2006-08-30
Description: poster presented at New Mexico Public Health Association Annual Meeting April 6, 2006.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/1768


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