Sharing scientific literature within an organization is tricky and has many pitfalls.
Tarrytown, NY (PRWEB) October 31, 2012
InfoDesk and the Pharmaceutical & Health Technology (PHT) Division of the Special Libraries Association (SLA) will present a complimentary pharma intelligence webinar: “Collecting, Storing, and Maximizing Biomedical Information Resources” on Wednesday, November 14, 2012, at 1:00 pm EST. Click here for free online registration.
“Sharing scientific literature within an organization is tricky and has many pitfalls,” said Margaret Basket, Customer Relationship Manager at Elsevier (QUOSA). “Organizations that take the time to do it right,” said Basket, “stand to reap substantial rewards in terms of information efficiency, copyright compliance and cost savings.”
During the one-hour webinar, three distinguished guest speakers will discuss how some top life-science companies are making the most of their scientific literature and other information resources. Topics will include:
- Monitoring scientific literature more effectively;
- Building a robust product literature database;
- Overcoming common information sharing challenges; and
- Saving time and resources with automated document delivery.
The guest speakers are Margaret Basket, Customer Relationship Manager at Elsevier (QUOSA) and Past Chair of the PHT Division; Heather Desmarais, Senior Knowledge Services Specialist at Cubist Pharmaceuticals; and Natalie Rainford, Manager AIM Library at Astellas Pharma. The webinar will be moderated by Sean Smith, Vice President of Marketing at InfoDesk.
This webinar is the fourth and final part in the pharma intelligence webinar series produced by InfoDesk and the PHT Divsion of SLA. The complimentary webinar series is designed to help life-science industry executives, information professionals, CI practitioners and other information stakeholders better understand how to leverage information into a sustained competitive advantage in a changing information landscape.
InfoDesk specializes in information management solutions that help organizations integrate, deliver and share content resources more quickly, cost effectively and securely. For more than twelve years InfoDesk has helped some of the largest multinational corporations, top government agencies and media companies integrate, deliver and share large volumes of information more effectively. InfoDesk is based in Tarrytown, NY with offices in London and Washington DC.
The Pharmaceutical & Health Technology (PHT) Division of the Special Libraries Association (SLA) provides a forum for the exchange of information and ideas among individuals interested in the collection, storage, retrieval, analysis, and dissemination of information in all aspects of the pharmaceutical, biomedical, biotechnical, cosmetic, medical device, and other health care fields. PHT is involved in all aspects of information science, as related to education, research, business and marketing in health care.