Borko and Bernier (1975), for example, regard abstracting
as a form of writing that has a unique style (it is not a "natural" form); abstracts must be brief, accurate, and clearly written.
Whether it's Google, an expanding competitive landscape or diminishing library budgets, the Abstracting
& Indexing industry is facing many changes in 2005.
Five healthcare organizations purchased Quantim Abstracting
as a part of multiple HIM product contracts in the second quarter, including the following three care delivery providers:
We are deploying unique imaging, scanning and Internet technologies in tumor registry abstracting
that enables our Certified Tumor Registrars to work from their homes.
Developed as an advanced information management tool, Quantim Abstracting
enables users to capture, structure and perform detailed analyses of clinical data.