Training sessions provided by the Library
What training is offered by the Library?
Access to electronic resources - journals, books, information databases, guidelines.
How is it offered?
Individual 1:1 sessions.
Group training sessions.
How do I find out about training sessions?
Group sessions: check the MLE or contact the library.
Literature Searching Workshops:2013 leaflet
Individual sessions: contact the library at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01722 429054
Other Training Sessions of Interest
- Arranged by other providers
- Generally available to take part in
- Mainly relate to use of online resources
- Online or classroom sessions
Free online CPD modules now available to all staff at learning.bmj.com.
You will need to register on the first visit and use your NHS Athens password to login.
Register for an NHS Athens account.
Contact email@example.com or phone 01722 429054 for more information
Department of Health Quality Resource
Energise for excellence in care website contains the 'Cycle of Continuous Improvement and Development' toolkit of resources for nurse, midwife and health visitor quality improvement
Safeguarding Adults - An introduction from the NMC
We have produced a suite of short films to help safeguard adults from abuse. If you don't do something, who will?
Open learn website gives free access to Open University online learning materials, including Health and Social Care topics and study skills.
Open learn postgraduate study skills.
Range of training resources in Nursing, Midwifery and Physiotherapy available for use by NHS staff online.
RLOs (reusable learning objects) from Nottingham University
Cochrane Library Web Tutorials
Two brand new web tutorials have just been released:
Part One – The Cochrane Library - an introduction
Part Two – The Cochrane Library – searching and using MESH
To access the full suite of Wiley-Blackwell online tutorials including Essential Evidence Plus, Wiley Online Library and Evidence Based Medicine Guidelines, visit: wileyonlinelbrary.com/training
Understanding Medical Words tutorial (National Library of Medicine USA).