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Peg Burnette, Biomedical Sciences Librarian, firstname.lastname@example.org
Main Library - Library 314
This session provides an overview of information resources for the biomedical sciences. Topics include a discussion of the various types of biomedical literature, where this literature can be found, and the implications for research and scholarship. Participants will also learn to match resources to specific information needs as we explore the best strategies for effective biomedical research.
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