Please note that ‘NICE BNF and BNFC Mobile Applications’ has changed to http://www.nice.org.uk/About/What-we-do/NICE-apps-for-smartphones-and-tablets.
The Trust is upgrading some of its software, including MS Office to the 2010 version. This looks and feels very different to what you are probably familiar with but never fear, help is at hand from the library!
We have a set of tutorials which enable you to watch, practice and assess yourself on the new version – whether your interest is in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access or Publisher. Working at your own pace, in the relative peace and quiet of the library, there is help at hand if you need it and you can even enjoy a complementary tea or coffee while you learn.
It’s free and pretty painless – there are no usernames or passwords to memorise.
Please contact us on Ext 1362 if you would like to know more or simply call in the Library and we’ll be happy to get you started.
NICE has published new guidance for ‘red flag events’ where nurses in charge of shifts must act immediately to ensure they have enough staff to meet the needs of patients on that ward.
Thanks to NHS Networks weekly news for the following items:
NHS England has issued a patient safety alert on the risk of inadvertently cutting in-line (closed) suction catheters. Read more »
A smartphone app has been developed that aims to help doctors improve patient survival rates during medical emergencies. Read more »
NICE has updated its clinical guideline on chronic kidney disease (CKD) to include new recommendations on the diagnosis and classification of the condition, and on its relationship with acute kidney injury. Read more »
Please join us in the Staff Library, 2nd floor of New Alderley House, on Monday 18 August when the importance of blood pressure (BP) is the theme of the day. As well as BP checks and advice there will be the opportunity to experience 15 minute massage therapy taster sessions. You can choose from:
Alexander Technique – Head or Neck Massage – Foot Massages
Don’t miss out – put the date in your diary: 18 August 10:00-2:00pm