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Digital Libraries Network is for health librarians and trainers in the UK, interested in promotion and training.

Monday, April 25, 2005

NLH news on primary care

Sue Lacey-Bryant has been commissioned by NLH to lead a project on support for primary care and public health librarians. Sue will focus on ways to share good practice and support collaborative working, as well as promoting the value and contribution of library and information services. This work incorporates the development of a Primary Care Current Awareness Service and contributing to wider NLH developments.

Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Test for RSS

Test posting for the RSS training taking place today!

Fran

Monday, April 11, 2005

New NLH site demo

Hello all

Just to let you know that I've made a new robodemo of the NLH site, in case anyone wants it for showing what the site looks like.
It's available from the DLnet robodemos page.
If you want to download and run it on your own computers, use the bottom links to the zip files.
There are 2 versions - one that runs once and stops, and a rolling one for use on stands, etc.

Let me know if you have any problems - drop me an email.

Fran

Wednesday, April 06, 2005

IFM Healthcare Study Day - 19 April 2005

- Good news: it's not too late to book - places are still available!

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Meeting the challenge of evidence-based health management: the information professional's role
King's Fund, London

Tuesday 19 April 2005
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By popular demand IFM Healthcare is holding a Study Day on the information professional's role in evidence based practice for health and social care managers.

The study day will be looking at:
  • how information professionals can better communicate with managers: taking a professional approach
  • an example of a "real life" approach - the challenges faced by information professionals providing information services for managers
  • how health managers make decisions
  • their use of the evidence base to influence practice
  • can information professionals' experience of supporting clinicians in evidence-based practice be transferred to managers? If so, how?
The study day will be a mix of presentations, group discussions and practical workshops.

Speakers include:
  • Lynette Cawthra, Manager, Information & Library Service, Kings Fund, London
  • David Naylor, Programme Director, Leadership & Development Programme, Kings Fund, London
  • Suzette Woodward, National Patient Safety Agency
  • Andrew Booth, Director of Information Resources, School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), University of Sheffield
  • Jacqueline Verschuere, Clinical Librarian, Clinical Sciences Library, University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire
  • Sue Lacey Bryant, Independent Information Specialist

Cost:
Members/students £65+VAT (£76.37)
Non members £80+VAT (£94.00)
Non members + IFM Healthcare membership for 2005 £85+VAT (£99.87)

For more details see: http://www.ifmh.org.uk/studyday0405.html
Online booking form http://www.ifmh.org.uk/bookform0405.html
Word version of booking form: http://www.ifmh.org.uk/bookform0405.doc

If you have any queries about the Study Day, please contact the IfMH Study Day coordinators: