NAHRS

AcronymDefinition
NAHRSNorth American Hair Research Society
NAHRSNursing and Allied Health Resources Section (Medical Library Association publication)
NAHRSNational Animal Health Reporting System
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NAHRS is an umbrella body of 28 human rights organisations operating in the regions of Somalia.
MLA also includes NAHRS, HLS, the Health Association and Corporate Libraries Section, and the Cancer Librarians Section.
Summary of North American Hair Research Society (NAHRS)-sponsored work-shop on cicatricial alopecia, Duke University Medical Center, February 10 and 11, 2001.
Resources Section (NAHRS) Executive Board Meeting; Osteopathic Libraries
Beyond library and information science (LIS), it has been used in medical and allied health research, software engineering, education, and public policy, but the NAHRS protocol-driven research appears to be unique to our profession.
The authors thank the HSLs who participated in our study, as well as the moderators of the CAPHIS, NAHRS, and CancerLib email discussion lists for allowing us to distribute our survey.
This paper reports on the development of the 2012 Selected List of Nursing Journals by the Research Committee Journal Project Team of the Nursing and Allied Health Resources Section (NAHRS) of the Medical Library Association (MLA) [4, 5].
The Mapping the Literature of Allied Health Professions Project of the Nursing and Allied Health Resources Section (NAHRS) of the Medical Library Association has the goal of identifying core literature in the fields of allied health.
This study uses the research methodology devised by the Task Force on Bibliographic Access for the Allied Health Literature, Nursing and Allied Health Resources Section (NAHRS) of the Medical Library Association (MLA) [1].
It is an installment in the Mapping the Literature of Allied Health Project of the Nursing and Allied Health Resources Section (NAHRS) of the Medical Library Association.
This protocol reflects the base protocol developed by MLA's Nursing and Allied Health Resources Section (NAHRS) for their mapping the literature of allied health and nursing projects, with modifications first used by Rethlefsen and Wallis in their American Journal of Public Health citation patterns study [5, 9].
This study primarily uses the methodology outlined in the Nursing and Allied Health Resources Section (NAHRS) "Mapping the Literature of Allied Health Project" [12].