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La Biblioteca Alessandro Liberati si presenta

Pubblicato martedì 10 Giugno 2014

Il 26 maggio è stata inaugurata la Biblioteca Alessandro Liberati del Servizio Sanitario Regionale del Lazio presso la ASL RME, nel Complesso monumentale Santo Spirito in Sassia di Roma. Hanno aperto la giornata Angelo Tanese (direttore generale ASL RME) e Laura Amato (Dipartimento di Epidemiologia del SSR del Lazio) sono poi intervenuti Flori Degrassi (Direttore della Direzione salute e integrazione sociosanitaria, Regione Lazio), Marina Davoli (Direttore del Dipartimento di Epidemiologia del SSR del Lazio), Luca De Fiore (Associazione Alessandro Liberati – Network Italiano Cochrane e Il Pensiero Scientifico Editore), Carlo Saitto (Direttore Generale Asl RMC), Marinella D’Innocenzo (Responsabile Area Formazione Della Regione Lazio) e James Heilman (WikiProjectMed Foundation e University of British Columbia).

Abbiamo chiesto a Laura Amato e a Marinella D’Innocenzo di presentarci la nuova iniziativa.

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