Special libraries

Newsletter No.15 (August 1986)

Contents: report on serials with sanity; Anne Harrison Trust Fund approved; Victorian Minimum Standards for Hospital Libraries ratified by LAA General Council; report on Welfare and Health Information Group (WHIG); GRATIS interlibrary scheme not to proceed in Victoria; 2 reports from Darwin Biennial Conference; hospital library statistics; Victorian Allied Health Professionals Association; automation of Health Department Victoria libraries; Workcare.
Original document held in ALIA House, Canberra.

Newsletter No.14 (May 1986)

Contents: report on natural therapy talk; transfer of nurse education from hospitals to colleges: problems of library resources; draft hospital standards; exclusive agencies for journal subscriptions; audio-visual copyright; courses in medical librarianship; proposal for Victoria to join GRATIS and GRATISSA interlibrary schemes.
Original document held in ALIA House, Canberra.

Newsletter No.11 (June 1985)

Contents: report on budgeting in small libraries; Working Parties: Standards: Jocelyn Dixon, Mary McGill, Pat Nakouz; Continuing Education: Andrew Rooke, Betty McNeice; Publications: Susan Leipa, Veronica Delafosse; Melbourne School of Nursing; inaugural meeting of WHIG (Welfare and Health Interest Group).
Original document held in ALIA House, Canberra.

Newsletter No.10 (March 1985)

Contents: statement on volunteer workers in libraries; guidelines on volunteer workers in libraries; librarians at bottom of stress scale; Executive: Joan Martin, Sandra Russell, Barbara Jacoby, Susan Liepa, Aina Zalitis, Andrew Rooke, Mary Arnold, Bronia Renison.
Original document held in ALIA House, Canberra.

Newsletter No.6 (April 1984)

Contents: general meeting selects Conference Planning Committee and hears report of Sandra Russell's exchange visit to Seattle, Washington; Andrew Rooke and Anne Parkhowell join Continuing Education Group; ACPAD (Australian Centre for Publications Acquired for Development) will accept unwanted books and journals; GRATISSA commences in South Australia.
Original document held in ALIA House, Canberra.

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