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Newsletter No.11 (June 1985)

Contents: report on budgeting in small libraries; Working Parties: Standards: Jocelyn Dixon, Mary McGill, Pat Nakouz; Continuing Education: Andrew Rooke, Betty McNeice; Publications: Susan Leipa, Veronica Delafosse; Melbourne School of Nursing; inaugural meeting of WHIG (Welfare and Health Interest Group).
Original document held in ALIA House, Canberra.

Newsletter No.10 (March 1985)

Contents: statement on volunteer workers in libraries; guidelines on volunteer workers in libraries; librarians at bottom of stress scale; Executive: Joan Martin, Sandra Russell, Barbara Jacoby, Susan Liepa, Aina Zalitis, Andrew Rooke, Mary Arnold, Bronia Renison.
Original document held in ALIA House, Canberra.

Newsletter No.6 (April 1984)

Contents: general meeting selects Conference Planning Committee and hears report of Sandra Russell's exchange visit to Seattle, Washington; Andrew Rooke and Anne Parkhowell join Continuing Education Group; ACPAD (Australian Centre for Publications Acquired for Development) will accept unwanted books and journals; GRATISSA commences in South Australia.
Original document held in ALIA House, Canberra.

Newsletter No.5 (February 1984)

Contents: successful breakfast AGM including talk by Carmen Hannaker on her role in the LAA General Council; CSIRO ceases Australian Science Index; proposal to form a Joint Australian Information Council; draft statement on volunteer workers in libraries; Executive: Susan Liepa, Joan Martin, Aina Zalitis, Stacey McKeown, Brenda Lee, Kathleen Gray, Sandra Russell, Anne Parkhowell, Enid Meldrum, Mary McGill.
Original document held in ALIA House, Canberra.

Newsletter No.4 (October 1983)

Contents: the role of sections and sectional groups of the LAA; report on the 5th Biennial Conference of Australian Medical Librarians, Perth; vote at the national AGM resolves our name to be the Medical Libraries Section of the LAA; draft standards for hospital libraries; report on visit to ACI to see personal computers, hardware, software, word processing; proposal for an Australian Library and Information Research Foundation; draft statement on patient education; Executive: Susan Liepa, Joan Martin, Aina Zalitis, Stacey McKeown, Brenda Lee, Kathleen Gray.

Newsletter No.3 (July 1983)

Contents: SA MLS is compiling a union list of serials held in medical libraries in South Australia; proposal to change name to Health Libraries Section; report on the Victorian Drug Information Centre at the Royal Melbourne Hospital; proposed Directory of Online Search Services in Australia; draft statistics form for hospital libraries; peer review; patient education information.
Original document held in ALIA House, Canberra.

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