If you haven’t visited us recently, call in and see the changes to the library layout. There’s lots to see – books, journals, drop-in computer and study space and remember it’s a great place to complete your Stat and Mand elearning.
Don’t forget that Steve and Carole, our Outreach Librarians – happy to help staff in the community and the Trust with their research techniques. Contact us for more details on extension 3162 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have visited the library since its move to New Alderley House, we would love to know what you think about the layout, the new drop-in space, journals, facilities, furniture, light, stock, accessibility, staff – in short, anything and everything you have an opinion on.
How to make your comments
- You may make your comments directly to this post
- or on forms held in the library
- or complete the form below to receive a personal response
We value all feedback from our users and will always do what we can to address issues which you bring to our attention.
Don’t forget to visit the Staff Library on the 2nd Floor, if you’re in between meetings or are attending training (listed below) at New Alderley House.
Level 2 Safeguarding training – children and adults basic awareness
It is mandatory for all clinical staff to complete this training every three years.
A number of extra sessions for Level 2 Safeguarding training have been organised for staff on the following dates at New Alderley House (NAH)
2nd Sept 12.30 – 17.00 Board Room, 2nd floor, NAH
9th October 12.30 – 17.00 Board Room, 2nd floor NAH
23rd October 13.00 – 17.00 Board Room, 2nd floor NAH
27th November 13.00 – 17.00 Board Room, 2nd floor NAH
If you can’t find a quiet space or an available computer on which to complete your Statutory and Mandatory elearning, then look no further – come and visit us in the Staff Library!
We have 11 computers in a very pleasant space on the 2nd floor of New Alderley House, where you can work in peace and receive support from library staff, who will help you to get started.
There’s no need to book, so please just come along with your username and temporary password details.
Listening to user feedback has prompted a change to the library layout. The shared space area which combines office staff and library facilities has been re-arranged to define the different spaces more clearly. For improved access and convenience, 4 computers and a scanner have been repositioned closer to the main library room. These are intended for anyone wanting to drop-in and check their email but can also be used for elearning. In addition, a large table with seating for 6 provides staff and students with somewhere for private study.
The changes will be complete when a number of bookshelves are repositioned nearer the main library.
Please have a look around next time you visit and let us know what you think. We are always keen to hear your views.
Reminding all new staff that joining the Staff Library is FREE and the benefits are many! In fact new subscribers will receive one of our smart eco-friendly jute bags – ideal for your books!
You will have access to a wealth of resources including electronic journals, e-books and clinical support tools. PLUS a range of services ….
- Literature searching, training and support
- Document supply – for items not in stock
- Article preparation – pre-publish advice
- Support using library pcs – email, Internet etc
- Current awareness and alerting services
- eResources training
- Assistance with clinical audits
- Over 8,000 books and a growing leisure reading collection
- 24/7 access – and a quiet study area
- Outreach Librarian support for community based staff
- Art exhibition and daily newspaper
Don’t miss out – come along, enjoy a complimentary tea or coffee and see for yourself.