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An Investigation of the Educational Needs of Health Sciences Library Manpower: Part VII: Summary and Conclusions *

By David A. Kronick, Alan M. Rees and Lesliebeth Rothenberg

Abstract

The major findings and conclusions of a survey of manpower in health sciences libraries of the United States in 1969 are summarized. Although there does not appear to be a serious manpower shortage in terms of budgeted positions which are unfilled (demand), the manpower situation can still be considered serious when we introduce into our evaluation of the situation the question of existing levels of training and the urgent requirement (need) to bring manpower levels to a point at which adequate information services can be provided to the whole health sciences community. This is the final paper in a series of papers on a manpower study which also summarizes and analyzes the manpower data obtained by the American Hospital Association survey of 1968 and presents a number of general conclusions and recommendations for manpower planning for health sciences libraries

Topics: Articles
Year: 1972
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:197686
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