What’s New? October 2017

What’s New? is a monthly current awareness bulletin for staff working within clinical and non-clinical environments.

The bulletin brings together the latest guidelines/standards/appraisals, reports and reviews to keep staff up to date.

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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).

Following feedback regarding ‘navigating the content’ please use the find function within the PDF to locate specific articles/reports in your area of interest.

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As always feedback is both welcome and useful and if possible we will try to act upon it – so please do get in touch if you have any comments, suggestions of ideas for improvement 😀

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What’s New? September 2017

What’s New? is a monthly current awareness bulletin for staff working within clinical and non-clinical environments.

The bulletin brings together the latest guidelines/standards/appraisals, reports and reviews to keep staff up to date.

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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).

What’s New? June 2017

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

June’s edition of What’s New incorporates a new element! Along with the past months’ medical and clinical updates Junes’ publication includes a health management/policy section focusing on reviews, reports and guidance published in May 2017.

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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).

 

What’s New? March 2017

What’s New? is a monthly bulletin produced by the Mid Yorkshire NHS Library and Information Service. The latest issue is now available to download from our website.

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 February by the Cochrane Centres.

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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).

What’s New? January 2017

The latest edition of What’s New? is now available on our website.

What’s New? is a monthly bulletin produced by the Mid Yorkshire NHS Library and Information Service. It contains the very latest information and up-to-date guidelines from NICE, Royal Colleges, Professional Bodies, the Department of Health and the latest Cochrane Systematic Reviews.

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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).

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You’re up-to-date with all the latest clinical and non-clinical healthcare information?

Then look no further and discover our What’s New? current awareness bulletin because here we gather together, each month, all the latest healthcare information produced by the most authoritative sources (NICE, SIGN, Department of Health, Royal Colleges and Professional Bodies, Cochrane etc) and we re-package the information to deliver the main points and then we add a hyperlink to the full text.

To access you can:

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  • Catch it on the Trust ‘My Bulletin’
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