Any questions for Carole?

nice_nhs_evidenceDid you know that Carole Keeling, our Clinical Outreach Librarian, is happy to help any staff or students working in the Trust, with any of the following?

  1. Are you too busy to search for evidence?
  2. Would you benefit from some training on how to conduct an effective search?
  3. Do you need help in preparing articles for publication?

If the answer to any of the above is Yes, and if you are based at East Cheshire Trust please contact Carole in confidence by completing this form.

Never too late to learn

Dozens of members of staff from East Cheshire NHS Trust have attended a special adult learners event aimed at promoting lifelong learning and highlighting opportunities.

The well-attended drop in session saw a number of education providers taking part including the Staff Library, the MacMillan Cancer Resource Centre, Macclesfield College, Cheshire ICT, Cheshire HR and Unison.

The event took place in the lecture theatre at Macclesfield District General Hospital and was organised by the trust’s Learning and Development team.

A prize draw took place and the winner was Karen Larson, Midwife at East Cheshire NHS Trust, who collected a beautiful collection of potted plants, generously donated by Macclesfield Community Garden Centre.

If you would like to know more about the learning and development opportunities in the library please contact us on 01625 661362. 

Apply for the ‘Nurse First’ cohort – FREE programme

Recruiting for the next free “Nurse First” cohort in Manchester in September 2012
Nurse First is the most intensive innovation and leadership programme in the UK for clinical staff. It is a free 21 – day residential programme that runs over a year and includes masterclasses, learning sets and coaching support, developed in partnership with the Queens Nursing Institute, Bucks New University, the Shaftesbury Partnership and Johnson & Johnson. It will support you to: create innovative ideas to clinical challenges, raise the funding needed to make these ideas happen and help you implement them in your organisation.
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