This announcement has mixed feelings to me. First and foremost I was a focal point person for receiving and distribution of Popline publication night onlone hard copies. It is a wonderful open source. I attended several workshops sponsored by Popline on free access using Cds as storage devices on addition to printed materials. I last attended a sponsored workshop @ at the American centre in 1998. May be they have some their part in the promotion of healthcare information. I enjoyed reading their publicatipns
which i used to refer medical and nonmrdical in other disciplines since coverage was not exclusive. Therefore, Popline will leave a huge Gao [gap].
HIFA profile: Kenneth L Chanda is Associate Consultant and Lecturer at National Institute of Public Administration where he is lecturing in Records Management. He is co-author of The development of telehealth as a strategy to improve health care services in Zambia. Kenneth L. Chanda & Jean G. Shaw. Health Information & Libraries Journal. Volume 27, Issue 2, pages 133139, June 2010. He recently retired as Assistant Medical Librarian at the University of Zambia. klchanda AT gmail.com