NHS staff to have singe search tool

October 2004
e.learning age;Oct2004, p12
Reports that the National Heath Service (NHS) of Great Britain has begun a project to deliver a single search environment that will integrate the national and local information resources of NHS library services across England. Number of NHS staff who are set to have access to a single search tool; Advantages of using a single search tool; Number of users expected to access the search engine.


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