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UHL Clinical Librarians
Clinical Librarian (CL) Service at University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust.
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Patient Information Oct 9
The Library and Information service at Leicester's Hospitals gives all staff access to many full- text journal articles, you just need to register for an NHS England OpenAthens account
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UHL Libraries & Information Services Oct 9
Replying to @Leic_hospital
Just one more scheduled health literacy session left this year (5th November at Glenfield) but dates for 2020 will be out soon. We can also come to your workplace and do a session at your team meeting. Let us know if you're interested.
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UHL Clinical Education Oct 8
Schwartz Rounds give our staff the opportunity to discuss the emotional and social challenges associated with healthcare. Our doctors can discuss this with other staff from all over our hospitals!
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UHL Clinical Librarians Oct 8
Anaesthesia & Critical Care  UHL Evidence Update Sept 2019  - produced by UHL Clinical Librarian Service -
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Patient Information Oct 8
Here at Leicester's Hospitals the library have been actively involved in making our information for patients available digitally. We have an open access online store and are promoting the use of QR codes
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UHL Libraries & Information Services Oct 7
Critical Reading Made Easy is underway at Odames Library, Leicester Royal Infirmary. Proven to ⬆️ confidence in this essential part of evidence based healthcare. Find dates until the end of 2019 here: Dates for 2020 will be announced shortly.
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UHL Clinical Librarians Oct 4
Meetings generate literature searches - often want to know what other Trusts are up to!
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UHL Clinical Librarians Oct 4
on work with Safer, Faster, Better - clinical meetings with clinician presenters on projects. Feedback is then given on how to improve them.
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Caitlin McCulloch Oct 4
Decided to keep track of national guidance to see which local guidelines would be affected by changes - being proactive rather than reactive
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UHL Clinical Librarians Oct 4
formed a maternity guidelines community of practice to work on a mapping tool and collaboratively update. Trying to avoid duplication whilst respecting different Trusts’ autonomy
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UHL Clinical Librarians Oct 4
Big appeal of Microguide app - clinicians have guidance available at their fingertips
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UHL Clinical Librarians Oct 4
Royal College of Surgeons library team found producing 2 monthly current awareness improved their reputation with users
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UHL Clinical Librarians Oct 4
Use library champions to spread the word about your bulletins and utilise clinical leads and their connections
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UHL Clinical Librarians Oct 4
1st tip for producing bulletins - don’t make unnecessary work for yourself! find out if there is a need, re-use (with permission)
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UHL Clinical Librarians Oct 4
Ovid PV Search Builder brings back more results than similar query in HDAS Medline - however, increasing sensitivity means maybe more irrelevant results
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Deborah Lepley Oct 4
Ovid PV search builder for searches on adverse drug reactions. Contact Ovid with org Athens ID to activate
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UHL Clinical Librarians Oct 4
Final session of 😢 7 really interesting lightning talks coming up! First up, new search tools for adverse drug reactions.
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UHL Clinical Librarians Oct 4
Evidence support includes advice for runners - how much to drink, medication advice, and... the need to avoid cocaine 24 hours before?!
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International Clinical Librarian Conference 2019 Oct 4
Please don’t forget to vote 🗳for the best poster 🖼 by lunchtime today! £25 Amazon voucher to be won. 🏆
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UHL Clinical Librarians Oct 4
Marathon death rate is around 1 in 50-70,000, plus many more needing medical attention. A great medical infrastructure is needed - an opportunity for supporting evidence-based practice
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