A HUGE thank you to all the artists who contributed to the Barnaby Art Festival at the weekend. Despite the rain on Friday there were plenty of admiring visitors to view some stunning photographs, weaving and paintings. In all, there were 62 pieces on view to the public but these are now back in the Library after a most successful exhibition.
As you can imagine, secure space here is limited so as pieces are now available for collection – please call in the staff library reception to claim your works.
There will be a further report on this item when the photographs are available.
East Cheshire NHS Trust rolls out HR Vision with 6pm
Times of Malta
East Cheshire’s NHS Trust has entrusted IT company 6pm to rollout its HR Vision Business Process Management solution.
Developed by 6pm, HR Vision is based on the world-beating xCP BPM platform by EMC, and has more than 20 processes already developed for human resources including recruitment, appraisal and changes in contractual circumstances, allowing HR teams and service managers to track their cases online. The solution complements applications already used in human resources by managing the business process more effectively.
“Not only will the initial processes enable us to organise our workload much more efficiently, we will have the ability in-house to add more processes to further streamline the operation and provide a more cost efficient HR service to our customers,” Cheshire HR Services managing director Sally Campbell said. “We expect to see the return on investment in the first 12 months.”
Journal Stock Review
The Staff Library is relocating to New Alderley in August, and due to space restrictions we are offering the following journals and hardback ‘Clinics series’ books FREE to anyone who can use them.
- Anaesthesia / New Scientist
- Arch Diseases of Childhood
- Education and Practice
- Fetal and Neonatal
- Journal of International Med Research
- Nursing Times: 2006 and earlier
- Nursing Standard: 2010 and earlier
- MDDIRS: 2010 and earlier
All but the last 12 months of the group below are available:
Clinics series (Hardbacks) –
** all stock available except ‘Clinics in Developmental Medicine’
- Emergency Med
- Clinical Orthopaedics & Orthopaedics
Many archived journals are available, with the exception of Analytical Toxicology.
Single consultation on future of healthcare provision
The East Cheshire NHS Trust Board then decided at their meeting on Thursday 29th March to consult on the permanent closure of the Tatton Ward, … read on for latest meeting
2-8 July 2012
A campaign to raise awareness about health information available to everyone in and around East Cheshire is to be launched in July.
Look out for us in the canteen next week when we hope to show you some of the more effective eresources and some apps for your smartphones.
From 2nd to 8th July 2012 HI week aims to improve access to quality local information and promote healthier communities.
Our thanks to Janet Dean, Medical Nurse Practitioner, for her positive feedback on the latest NICE BNF web app, which she demonstrated today on her smart phone.
The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) has launched a free British National Formulary (BNF) Smartphone application for download by health and social care professionals who work for or who are contracted by NHS England.
The new app is called NICE BNF and has been developed to provide easy access to the latest up-to-date prescribing information from the BNF – the most widely-used medicines information resource within the NHS.
The NICE BNF app is available to download for free to health and care professionals via the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Users will need to enter their NHS Athens user name and password to activate the app and download the content.
Once downloaded and activated, the app does not rely on a network connection and will provide direct offline access to the latest version of the BNF. An app for the British National Formulary for Children (BNFC) is in the late stages of development and will be released soon.
Other available apps include NICE Guidance and NHS Direct – both FREE.