The Broken Hill University Department of Rural Health
The Broken Hill University Department of Rural Health (BH UDRH) aims to improve health care in far western NSW by providing high quality support, education and training for rural and remote health workers.Located within the Department is the Centre for Remote Health Research, which aims to enhance the national expertise in rural and remote health research and the translation of research into policy and practice.
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Published 2011-04-01This paper examines the origins of inter-library loans in Australia in relation to special libraries. Prior to the advent of low-cost computing, union lists in special libraries were rare. In the early 1980's a number ...Conference paper
Published 2009-09-01The library management systems market place has been transformed by two innovations: Web 2.0 and open source systems. Open source developers have been quick to implement Web 2.0 functionality in their systems, making it ...Conference paper
A survey of Koha in Australian special libraries : open source brings new opportunities to the outback Published 2011-02-01Since 2007, the library management systems landscape has changed markedly, with a variety of open source systems gaining an increasing share of the market. In Australia, penetration by open source systems has been led by ...Article
The loneliness of the long-distance blogger : using blogs to reach isolated rural health professionals Published 2011-03-31Background. The Greater Western Area Health Service (GWAHS) occupies an area of 444,900 sq. km. or 55.52% of the state of New South Wales. While the health service has 5 small libraries, many users are several hundred ...Conference paper