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Juan Medino-Muñoz

  • Librarianship
  • Head Librarian
  • Hospital Universitario de Fuenlabrada
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Recent publications

  • The hospital library as a profitable element for the organization: the investment returns

    • Medino Munoz J
    • Sebastian Viana T
    • Dominguez Peromingo M
    • et al.
  • Proceso de selección de recursos de información en una biblioteca de Ciencias de la Salud de nueva creación en el marco de una política cooperativa de adquisiciones

    • Medino Muñoz J

Professional experience

Head Librarian

Hospital de Fuenlabrada

November 2003 - Present


Master en Información y Documentación

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

September 1991 - June 1993(2 years)

Geografía e Historia

Universidad Complutense de Madrid Facultad de Geografia e Historia

October 1986 - June 1991(5 years)

Research interests


Information manager/Librarian/Knowledge manager. Health Information. In recent years I work in health-related information and sources from a hospital library. This has led me to get involved in areas such as knowledge management, research, document management, intranet, etc. I have also worked giving bibliographic support (search and information management, document retrieval, etc.) in several scientific literature reviews, both for individual researchers and organizations and FIS projects. In a profession like mine, active participation in cooperative projects is fundamental and I have been fortunate to participate in initiatives such as REBIUN, C17, Library Committee of Health Sciences at Health Department of the Madrid Government (Lain Entralgo Agency Virtual Library, then Virtual Library of the Madrid Department of Health), DIALNET, DíasMundialesDe, HealthAware, Organizing Committee of the Conference Bibliosalud2014 (ICOMEM), BiblioMadSalud ... Same time, I have developed my profile as a trainer in different organizations and different collectives (librarians, doctors, nurses, university students, etc.) on issues related to information search, bibliographic management, scientific production, Library Science, Internet, web 2.0, etc.


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