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New edition of the WHO Reproductive Health Library.

The WHO Reproductive Health Library, (RHL) is a multi-media resource that puts the best research evidence available into a practical context for use to improve health outcomes. It is prepared by an editorial team based in the WHO Department of Reproductive Health and Research and partner institutions all over the world. RHL is available on CD ROM and Online, and is published in Spanish and English by Update Software; Chinese and French versions are in the pipeline. Now in its 9th Edition, RHL is regularly updated with new evidence and now contains 130 full text Cochrane reviews as well as editorials, methodology papers and a training course on "Making evidence-based decisions in reproductive health".

Find out more--request a free trial at www.rhlibrary.com or e-mail rstancliffe@update.co.uk
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Title Annotation:World Health Organization
Publication:International Midwifery
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Jun 1, 2006
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