The Library and Knowledge Service has been selling its old book stock for 20p each previously, to make room for newer and more up to date stock. During the Christmas period, these books will be available for free to anyone interested!
The books are on bays next to the fiction collection – please ask a member of library staff if you’re unsure, or have any questions.
We have access to titles in all the clinical specialties such as obstetrics, gynaecology, pediatrics, pain management, oncology, palliative care, surgery, critical care and many more!
You can log in to your OpenAthens account to access the Oxford titles available listed in your resources section.
You can also find the list of titles available by going to the Oxford Medicine website and then logging in with your OpenAthens account.
Please note that the Library and Knowledge Service will not be staffed over this Bank Holiday weekend. You are still welcome to use the books, computers, self-service machine and other resources Saturday to Monday, using your staff badge to swipe into the building out of hours, but there will be no members of staff available for enquiries.
We will be available once again from 8.30am on Tuesday 1st September. We hope you have a good Bank Holiday!
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We’d like to welcome 25 new people to East Cheshire who attended Corporate Induction yesterday, many of whom registered with the library. This included 5 new international nurses.
The Library and Knowledge Service is free and available to all of you to use: you can borrow books, use computers, ask for help with finding information for work, do e-learning, ask for training, or just come up and talk to us over a cup of coffee! If you haven’t already registered with us, you can do so any time you’re free!
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The annual survey for the Library and Knowledge Service is now open – if you want to take part follow this link and complete as much as you can. It should take no more than ten minutes, and would help to provide us with information that we can use to improve library services.
Remember, we can only do this through your help: your feedback guides our service!
The survey is open until 5pm on the 24th of July.
The Library and Knowledge Service has invested in a Kindle which is available for all library members to borrow. It can contain fiction books and medical textbooks, as well as PDF documents.
Why not drop into the library to find out more about how it works?
The Library and Knowledge Service is pleased to announce that the self-service kiosk is now available. A short ceremony was held where the first book was officially borrowed using the machine. Why not join us in the library where you can learn how to use the kiosk and borrow some books at the same time?