The calls for papers for the two open sessions of the HBS, and the HBS satellite meeting are now available on the IFLA WLIC 2019 conference website:
- for the joint session of the Health and Biosciences Libraries with Academic and Research Libraries: https://2019.ifla.org/cfp-calls/academic-and-research-libraries-with-hea...
Theme: "Library Integration into the Research Lifecycle: A STEM Perspective"
8 March 2019 (Friday): Deadline for submission of abstract
- for the Health and Biosciences Libraries 1-hour session: https://2019.ifla.org/cfp-calls/health-and-biosciences-libraries-section-2/
Theme: "Health information professionals - Developing the dialogue, addressing the challenges of the future"
15 March 2019 (Friday): Deadline for submission of abstracts
- for the HBS satellite meeting: https://2019.ifla.org/cfp-calls/health-and-biosciences-libraries-section/
Theme: "International and local developments that enhance scholarly communication in the biomedical and social sciences"
15 March 2019: Deadline for submission of abstract
HIFA profile: Octavia-Luciana Madge is an Associate Professor at the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Letters, Department of Information and Documentation Sciences, Romania and the editor-in-chief of the journal Studii de Biblioteconomie È™i È˜tiinÈ›a InformÄƒrii / Library and Information Science Research published by the University of Bucharest. She is also a Medical Doctor, member of the Bucharest College of Physicians. She was employed at the Bucharest Emergency Clinical Hospital during her training as a Family Physician. Her most recent clinical activity is in an Emergency Department. She has a PhD in knowledge management and a PhD in biliary surgery and her professional interests include knowledge management, information users, academic libraries, medical information and libraries, general surgery, emergency medicine. octavialucianamadge AT yahoo.com