Volume 4, Number 9 (7-2001)                   jha 2001, 4(9): 24-31 | Back to browse issues page

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Asadi G F, Hosseini F, Salami M. Estimating the Amount of Pharmacology Students and Assistants Accessibility to Required Articles Through the Libraries of Iran Pharmacology Colleges. . jha. 2001; 4 (9) :24-31
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The present research done in a survey method aims at estimating the amount of pharmacology students' and assistants' accessibility to requierd articles through the libraries of Iran pharmacology colleges. During a one month period, bibliographic information of 882 articles that were needed by the participants were gathered. Statistical methods used were descriptive- analytical in which t-test was used to measure the variations. Results showed that 54.8% of the participants used medline to do their research, and also 46.5% of them did the search to accomplish their thesis papers.78.95% of subjects prepared the articles through their own college libraries. The means of the accessibility to articles'fulltexts in the libraries were estimated as : tehran pharmacology college (32.4%) , shahid beheshti pharmacology college (15.86% ),isfahan pharmacology college (18.7%), tabriz pharmacology college 17.80 percent, shiraz pharmacology college 3.37% and 0.99 percent for sari pharmacology college. It was also specified that the mean of access to articles' fulltexts was 28.88% through colleges in cities which was less than the amount of access through Tehran pharmacology college(32.49C). The outcomes also indicated an increase (38.74%) in the average of access of people under im·estigation who searched through the libraries of Iran's pharmacological colleges. The accessibility percentage through pro quest medical library cds was (4.19) Yhi_c it was (20.7) for ADONIS CDs. Finally . the results showed that the average of access to articles' fulltexts :r:rough the libraries of Iran pharmacology college , pro quest and ADONIS CDs was (-+8.82) percent.
Keywords: Accessibility, Library
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Received: 2008/11/10

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