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[[LILACS]](Literatura Latino-Americana em Ciências da Saúde – Latin American and Caribbean Health Sciences Literature) is a bibliographic index of scientific and technical production in the health sciences published in Latin America and the Caribbean.  
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[[LILACS]] (Literatura Latino-Americana em Ciências da Saúde – Latin American and Caribbean Health Sciences Literature) is a bibliographic index of scientific and technical production in the health sciences published in Latin America and the Caribbean.  
  
 
LILACS has various dimensions depending on the facet necessary for its development.  
 
LILACS has various dimensions depending on the facet necessary for its development.  

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LILACS (Literatura Latino-Americana em Ciências da Saúde – Latin American and Caribbean Health Sciences Literature) is a bibliographic index of scientific and technical production in the health sciences published in Latin America and the Caribbean.

LILACS has various dimensions depending on the facet necessary for its development.

A simple way of defining LILACS is as a model for the publication of a source of scientific and technical information on the internet, produced in a decentralized manner and with a basis in methods and standards the promote quality, consistency and interoperability of the inserted data.

Depending on the public and the need, LILACS is a:


LILACS journal indexing

Documents in the phase of validation

Read more about Interoperability between LILACS and Dublin Core Qualified to understand the reason for the validation of the document below:

Initiatives in development

  • LILACS Submission

Related initiatives

See also


References of interest

Pires-Alves, Fernando A. A biblioteca da saúde das américas: a Bireme e a informação em ciências da saúde 1967-1982. (In Portuguese)