What’s New? Current Awareness Bulletin May 2017

What’s New? is a monthly current awareness bulletin, produced by Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Staff library service.

The bulletin is aimed at staff working within clinical and non-clinical environments and brings together the latest guidelines/standards/appraisals, reports and reviews to keep staff up to date.

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This month’s bulletin includes the latest guidance, standards, appraisals and systematic reviews published during April 2017.

You can download the latest bulletin, and all previous editions, directly to your desktop from the library website.

If you are a Trust employee and would like copies of What’s New? delivered to your inbox every month, please contact the library by e-mail library.pgh@midyorks.nhs.uk or by telephone (ext 53899).

Save the date! Many Ways to Learn Event

Celebrate Learning at Work Week 2017 by joining us at the “Many Ways to Learn”  event, which aims to highlight the importance and the benefits of learning and development at work.

The event is open to all staff across the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust & will take place on 31st May, from 12 noon until 8pm at Trust HQ & Education Centre.

During the event we will be offering activity sessions to help you get started with Facebook,Twitter & Canva (a free graphic design tool which can be used to create leaflets,posters & social media graphics). All library activity sessions will take place in the NHS Staff Library (located on the Ground Floor in Trust HQ & Education Centre).

More detailed information including session time slots, is available here. To book on these sessions, please contact Organisational Development (contact information can be found of the Organisational Development Intranet page).

Want to get started now?

Our social media help guides can now be downloaded directly to your desktop. Find them here on our Training & Support page.

Spring News

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Spring has arrived, and Easter is just around the corner – time for all things new!

Not lambs, or fluffy chickens, but a host of resources to assist your work and studies.

Great News! Ovid New Journals

You can search these new titles here using your NHS Athens log-in details.  New to Athens and not yet registered? This is the means whereby NHS staff can access a wealth of electronic resources.  Simply access a Trust computer and register here.

Recently we shared a post about our new trial collection of  Wiley journals which contains some great titles such as the Journal of Advanced Nursing and the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (BJOG) If you missed the post you can see it now.

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Another new feature is our Comments and Suggestions box.  This is located in the library, and we welcome your contributions of thoughts and ideas that may benefit the service.

Have you visited our new look website recently?  This is the gateway to all our resources, including our new Patient Health Information page.  Here you can also access our Contact us page, so please do so if you have any further queries or information needs.

 

 

 

What’s New? April 2017

What’s New? is a monthly current awareness bulletin produced by the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Library and Information Service.

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This month’s bulletin includes all the latest guidance from NICE, SIGN, Department of Health, Royal and Professional Colleges and the systematic reviews published in March by the Cochrane Centres.

You can view & download the April bulletin, and all previous editions, from the library website.

If you are a Trust employee and would like copies of What’s New? delivered to your inbox every month, please contact the library by e-mail library.pgh@midyorks.nhs.uk or by telephone (ext 53899).

#AMillionDecisions

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Every day across the healthcare sector in England more than a million decisions are made that have a profound and lasting impact on people’s lives and which influence the quality of healthcare delivered and the cost of services.

#AMillionDecisions is a campaign being headed by CILIP and Health Education England which calls on government and health service providers to make use of the skills of librarians and knowledge specialists n meeting their obligations under The Health and Social Care Act 2012.

“Under the Health and Social Care Act 2012, there is a responsibility for health services to make best use of evidence obtained from research.”

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As well as an extensive range of healthcare titles (view our full catalogue here) did you know that Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Staff Library Service also offers,provides,facilitates and/or supports:

  • 24/7 access to PC’s and quiet study space
  • Access to online resources (including journals,eBooks & apps) via NHS OpenAthens
  • Current awareness services (e.g. What’s New? and Non-Medical Prescribers Bulletin)
  • Document supply services (journal articles)
  • Inter-library lending
  • Literature searches
  • Healthcare database training
  • Critical appraisal training (understanding research articles)
  • Clinical & non-clinical professional development

          and much more..

The team is committed to delivering the right evidence, at the right time, to support all staff working from “bedside to boardroom”. Contact us to find out how we can help to support you.

Focus On: Wiley Medical & Nursing Collection

The Wiley Medical & Nursing Collection brings together over 400 premium healthcare journal titles, including Journal of Advanced Nursing,British Journal of Surgery and BJOG to name just a few. A complete list of the titles in the collection can be viewed here.

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To access the online content staff will need an NHS Athens account. If you’re not yet registered for NHS Athens you can register here. 

We have signed up to a trial until the end of May 2017, with a view to purchase. We are keen to obtain feedback on this content from our library users, so please get in touch with the team if you have any comments or suggestions.

If you have any queries please get in touch with a member of library staff (library.pgh@midyorks.nhs.uk / x53899) who will be happy to help!