In Making the best use of medical librarians Helen Elwell describes how to make the most of librarians’ skills and knowledge. BMJ Career Focus 333 (7568): 108
Medical librarians are professionally qualified. They have either a graduate or a postgraduate qualification, which has been accredited by the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals. The most common route is to have a postgraduate qualification. Typically, a medical librarian has an MSc, an MA, or apostgraduate diploma.
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