Purpose drives choice of content for e-readers

May 2011
Patient Education Management;May2011, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p53
Academic Journal
The article reports the pilot project at the Community Health Library of the Samuel and Sandra Hekemian Medical Library at Hackensack University Medical Center, which will decide upon the content to be made available on iPad and Nook electronic readers based on feedback from patients and their family members.


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