If you need somewhere quiet to work uninterrupted or want to catch up on study time – the library in New Alderley House, at Macclesfield Hospital, can be accessed 24 hours a day.
You can use your East Cheshire NHS Trust swipe card to gain access into New Alderley House and onto the 2nd floor where the library is located.
All the computers are available for use and the self-service machine can be used to borrow or return books.
We also have an e-learning folder available, with documents providing guidance and trouble-shooting tips to resolve the most common issues.
If you want to find out more then just drop by or give us a call on 01625 661362.
NHS England has highlighted 3 models as examples of how to care for people with Dementia. You can read the NHS England news report here.
The models come from schemes running in Gnosall, Northumberland, and Rotherham and Doncaster and are highlighted in a report – Models of Dementia Assessment and Diagnosis: Indicative Cost Review
Extract from St Christopher’s Hospice newsletter
The Summer 2014 issue of the free journal for nurses caring for dying people at home, in hospitals and care homes is now available online. (http://endoflifejournal.stchristophers.org.uk/)
NHS England publishes staffing data
The NHS has published nurse, midwife and care staffing data down to ward level for the first time. Read more »
NHS Foundation Trust bulletin June 2014
This monthly newsletter contains information for NHS foundation trust chairs, chief executives, finance, medical and nursing directors, board secretaries and other leaders. Read more »
Don’t forget you can see a range of bulletins and sign up to horizon scanning information on our website.
Better training better care, issue 6, February 2013 – latest newsletter from the NHS Constitution
“In this edition of BTBC News, we look at our ‘Role of the Trainee’ project and the exciting prospects it contains –
including the chance for doctors in training to make their mark on the NHS training landscape via the Inspire Improvement! funding”
NHS Evidence produces Eyes on Evidence – you can sign up to receive regular emails.
The National End of Life Care Programme newsletter has published its August newsletter.
From NHS Networks
The National Council for Palliative Care (NCPC) has launched a toolkit to empower local people to push for the right end of life care services following reform of the health and social care system.
Visiting the NHE website provides access to a wide variety of news media, resources and information.
Choose from interviews, featured articles, jobs, blogs, videos, news categories and health service focus.
Registration is free if you want to access all areas but you don’t need to do this in order to subscribe to a newsletter or individual news feeds.
An interesting and easy to navigate site. http://www.nationalhealthexecutive.com/Home
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Welcome to the 5th issue of the Macmillan Learn Zone Update newsletter.
This issue looks at:
- 5 new e-learning courses (e.g. Family Matters and Benefits Awareness)
- 2 new toolkits for our healthcare professionals
- improvements to our Members of the Public and Healthcare Professionals pages
- a new Mi-Wellbeing online course starting on the 7th November
and many more valuable resources.