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Please note:  the journal is best accessed via Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge or Mozilla Firefox browsers. Members have been experiencing problems accessing the resource using Internet Explorer which is best avoided.   Apologies for the inconvenience caused.  If you continue to experience problems, please contact us via hlg@cilip.org.uk if you would like access to HILJ content.

Health Information Libraries Journal (HILJ) is a European journal of international and interdisciplinary interest to practitioners, researchers, and students in the library and health sectors.  Published by the Health Libraries Group in conjunction with Wiley-Blackwell, HILJ aims to promote debate about new health information developments with an emphasis on communicating evidence-based information both in the management and support of healthcare services.

Online access HILJ is now free to HLG members - see  below.   You can also get a reduced rate for a print subscription to HILJ.

For more information about HILJ follow us on Twitter @HILJnl 

Since March 2014 the Health Information and Libraries Journal has been made available free of charge to members.  In addition to full access to all future editions members can also read back copies.

The Health Information and Libraries Journal (HILJ) is published quarterly in partnership with Wiley, and is the leading peer reviewed journal for those working, or interested in health and social care library and information issues.

We hope this new benefit will support members in their continuing professional development and encourage more people to submit articles to the journal.

To access HILJ please follow the link below:

 

Access to HILJ

 

Virtual HILJ

To support the EAHIL Workshop taking place in Basel in June 2019 the Health Information and Libraries Journal (HILJ) has compiled a virtual issue entitled “Wither health librarianship? Many questions, many options”.  The EAHIL Workshop has six main themes. The 2019  HILJ  virtual  issue, edited by Jeannette Murphy contains articles that are in line with five of the themes “roadmap of our profession”, “technology uptake”, “impact and assessment”, “benchmarking and advocacy” and “evidence based practice”.

 

The virtual issue mirrors the format of the regular journal, namely a review article, five original articles and the three regular features, covering Dissertations into Practice, International Perspectives and Initiatives and Learning and Teaching in Action.  All these articles have been published in HILJ over the last three years.

All articles in the virtual issue are available free online at  http://bit.ly/vhilj2019  

 

 

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