Elsevier Business Intelligence content now available from the British Library
The latest news and analysis from Elsevier Business Intelligence, a global leader in the field of healthcare industry information, is now available from the British Library’s Document Supply service. EBI provides business intelligence on regulatory, business and reimbursement issues that are vital to the healthcare industry.
The British Library’s Document Supply service is able to provide electronic articles from all publications offered by EBI including the well respected The Pink Sheet, The Gray Sheet and InVivo. The licence signed by both organisations allows the British Library to supply EBI articles through its copyright fee paid service. See: www.bl.uk/articles
Simon Bell, Head of Strategic Partnerships and Licensing at the British Library, said: “We are delighted that the unique content published by EBI will now be available to our Document Supply customers. By adding this content to the wealth of electronic resources already available via Document Supply we will enhance our excellent offering to researchers.”
EBI President Randy Charles said “We are excited to be able to expand the reach of our world-class biopharma content to a broader global audience.”
Notes to Editors:
Elsevier Business Intelligence http://www.elsevierbi.com, is a global leader in the field of healthcare industry information, provides business intelligence on regulatory, business and reimbursement issues that are vital to the healthcare industry. Through a range of products including publications, conferences, e-learning, databases and reports, Elsevier Business Intelligence places biopharma and medical device professionals, and those who focus on these industries, at the forefront of knowledge, by providing the perfect combination of news and information together with penetrating insight and analysis.
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