A busy practice with a consultation every ten minutes. Many patients, many questions, also with you! Research
shows that this can amount to as many as three or four questions per day about policy or diagnostics, which are not answered by the guidelines.
Does this sound familiar? In good spirits you start searching the internet but soon you come to the conclusion that you are getting too many hits and irrelevant references in your search results. How to solve this?
In 1995 I graduated in Information Management at The Hague University of Applied Sciences. After that I started to specialise myself in giving advice about and conducting literature research. Since 2000 I am working as a clinical librarian in a teaching hospital. Being curious and eager to learn, every question to solve is a new challenge for me. I like a personal approach, am a good listener and you can count on me. Let me save you time and trouble in searching through multiple databases.
In 1992 I graduated in Computer Science at The Hague University of Applied Sciences. In the 25 years that followed, I fulfilled several roles in ICT, varying from programmer to project manager at both commercial and government institutions. For Mplion I arrange everything that has to do with technology and assist in the back office.