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Biomedical Libraries in the Next Decades: Open, Diffuse, and Very Personal

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Air date: Friday, December 16, 2011, 10:00:00 AM
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Category: Special
Runtime: 01:23:04
Description: This talk will look at some of the forces that are reshaping both biomedical informatics and biomedical libraries, and the complex convergence occurring between the two on intellectual and institutional levels as scientific data, traditional publications, and even business and regulatory records are linked together and become the subject of large scale computation. I will also examine radical changes building up in the scholarly publishing system that serves this discipline as a result of these developments. The talk also will briefly discuss ways in which the current unstable consensus about privacy, the advancement of science, database creation and data reuse might shift in the context of broader social developments in health care and citizen science and what that might mean for the knowledge base that supports biomedicine.
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NLM Title: Biomedical libraries in the next decades : open, diffuse, and very personal [electronic resource] / Clifford Lynch.
Author: Lynch, Clifford A.
National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
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Abstract: (CIT): This talk will look at some of the forces that are reshaping both biomedical informatics and biomedical libraries, and the complex convergence occurring between the two on intellectual and institutional levels as scientific data, traditional publications, and even business and regulatory records are linked together and become the subject of large scale computation. I will also examine radical changes building up in the scholarly publishing system that serves this discipline as a result of these developments. The talk also will briefly discuss ways in which the current unstable consensus about privacy, the advancement of science, database creation and data reuse might shift in the context of broader social developments in health care and citizen science and what that might mean for the knowledge base that supports biomedicine.
Subjects: Libraries, Medical--trends
Medical Informatics--trends
Publishing--trends
Publication Types: Lectures
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NLM Classification: Z 675.M4
NLM ID: 101576013
CIT Live ID: 10864
Permanent link: http://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?17032