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The Library and Knowledge Service is due to be refurbished between the 17th and 24th of February inclusive. The Service will be closed between these dates, and no items will be due back during the weeks beginning 15th February and 22nd February.
Note that you can borrow extra items during this time, which will help the move as it means fewer items of stock will need to be stored and moved.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact Lynda Cotterill, Library Services Manager on 01625 663923 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Self Care Week is an annual national awareness week that focuses on embedding support for self care across communities, families and generations.
This year the theme is ‘Self Care for Life’. Resources can be found here.
The Library and Knowledge Service would like to give a warm welcome to our newest member of staff. Anne Webb joins us as Clinical Outreach Librarian, replacing Carole Keeling. Anne will be mainly responsible for staff members based in Macclesfield Hospital, providing e-resource training, evidence searching, support for research and current awareness amongst other services. Why not contact her to find out how she could help you?
Telephone 01625 663398
The Library and Knowledge Service is taking part in Learning at Work week next month, with a variety of free training available!
- All through May at lunchtime you can request training on basic computer skills from Amanda Gardner, our E-Resources Librarian
- You can learn how to register for an NHS Athens account and how to perform basic searches with Carole Keeling, our Outreach Librarian
- You can learn how to use social media such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and others with Steve Collman, our Community Outreach Librarian, on 15th and 18th May, 12-1pm.
Why not ask us for more information in any of these and other areas? Call 01625 661362 or email email@example.com today and find out what you could learn!
Thanks to NHS IQ website
The countdown has begun to NHS Change Day 2015 on 11 March. It is hoped that Change Day 2015 can surpass both the 189,000 pledges of action made in 2013 and the phenomenal 500,000 made by individuals, teams and whole organisations last year.
Change Day is a grassroots movement for change backed by the NHS but instigated, developed and managed by frontline staff throughout the country.
It began with a single tweet two years ago and since then has grown into a remarkable success story.
If you work at Eagle Bridge Health and Wellbeing Centre in Crewe and you need help finding information for research, patient care or just to keep up to date, why not drop into the library on the second floor? Steve Collman, Community Outreach Librarian, will be available on the 12th of February all day to give you help and advice.
Extract from Staff Matters 27/10
Men’s health will be in the spotlight at the trust’s next Health Matters public lecture.
The free event will cover prostate and testicular cancer in reference to Movember – the themed month which encourages men to grow moustaches to help raise awareness of male health issues.
The talk, which takes place on Tuesday, November 4th, will be delivered by Dr Steve Bromage – a consultant urological surgeon with Stockport NHS Foundation Trust, which also provides urology services at Macclesfield Hospital.
Trust staff are welcome to attend the event but places are limited, so please book in advance by contacting the Communications and Engagement Department on freephone 0800 195 4194 or email firstname.lastname@example.org