Thursday, 22nd November 2018
My Favourite Tipples are shared by Jeanette Eldridge, a health sciences and patent information specialist. She shares some of her go-to resources in the field of patents, health and medicine.
As someone who has recent experience working as a librarian in support of systematic review searches, as well as a past role as a patent information specialist, I can see parallels across the two areas in relation to information retrieval techniques. In particular, both require a similar level of depth and rigour in developing and producing comprehensive and reproducible searches, as well as identification of high-quality resources to support these activities.
Here are a few resources that can be of service in both patent searching and information retrieval for systematic reviews.
A recent Jinfo article I found particularly interesting:
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