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June 2006


This article has been peer-reviewed. It is a publisher's preprint of Medical Reference Services Quarterly, Vol. 25(1), pp.71-80, 2006.


What has come to be known as the "Woods Hole course," Biomedical Informatics, is a week-long course sponsored by the National Library of Medicine which has been offered since 1992. Its participants include librarians, clinicians, educators, and administrators. This article discusses the content of the course and its applicability to medical librarians.