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Below are just some of the blogs, portals, societies, institutions and associations that you may find useful.

Reference & Research Division, PHS, USM Blog – A blog to promote the usage of library services for Universiti Sains Malaysia communities in terms of reference services and research support. Specifically, the blog is one of  the way they communicate to the users and members to get updated information.

Scientific MalaysianScientific MalaysianA non-profit initiative aiming to connect Malaysian scientific researchers across the world to discuss research issues in Malaysia, to promote collaboration and to establish network.

The Early Malay Doctors – An academic as well as a research blog that contains articles, reports, interviews, feedback, cases & case reports, census reports, issues, news articles, opinions, conference calls, email re-posts, reviews, research findings, useful links and many other resources on Malay medical history, Malay traditional medicine, modern medicine, Malay political history, Malay political science, telehealth, bioethics, and various other topics about the Malay people which are rarely covered in medical textbooks and books on the Malay people, their lives, culture and civilisation. This is maintained by Prof. Faridah Abdul Rashid from the Universiti Sains Malaysia.

Medicine Newbie – An academic as well as a research blog that aims to provide simple, current and brief information to new students in medicine, dentistry and health sciences. This blog covers topics and materials covered in lectures, small group discussion (SGD), cases used for problem-based learning (PBL), contents covered in fixed-learning modules (FLM), simple cases for class use, data interpretation, links to relevant YouTube videos to enhance learning, and various other resources to help with initial learning (head start). This blog is maintained by Prof. Faridah Abdul Rashid from the Universiti Sains Malaysia

Medical and Health Library Association of the  Philippines (MAHLAP) – a national association of medical and health librarians in the Philippines that aims to encourage local and regional library cooperation and support the collection, organization, and dissemination of health and medical information and library services in the country.

Association of Special Libraries of the Philippines (ASLP) – Established in 1954, it is composed of special libraries and librarians coming from the government institutions, private sectors, business community and the academe which aims to promote understanding of the nature, scope and importance of special libraries in the Philippines.

Brunei Darussalam Library Association – Formed in 1986 by a group of local librarians actively advocating the professional development of librarians and upgrading library standards and services by introducing; the first full time library education in the country – National Diploma in Information and Library Management. They also produce a monthly online newsletter called the Wadah Perpustakaan and is an  active member and contributor to the Congress of Southeast Asian Librarians (CONSAL) and has produced various titles under the CONSAL publication programme.

The Journal of Financial Studies The Journal of Financial Studies (JFS)(JFS) – Established in 1993, JFS is an official publication of the Taiwan Finance Association (TFA). JFS quarterly publishes important research across the major fields of financial research. Although primary contributors so far have been scholars from Taiwan, they provide a platform for scholars around the globe to share their academic research results using the JFS online submission system. Visit this website and you can find abstracts of every contribution. JFS has been included in the Taiwan Social Science Citation Index (TSSCI) since 2001 and EconLit since 2012.

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