The University of Northampton has produced some useful information for students in their Skills Hub. These include video tips and links to resources on such topics as evaluating information, plagiarism, academic writing, critical thinking, time management and even note taking tips.
In this short video, there are some techniques to help you critically evaluate information used in your academic work. Produced by Gillian Siddall, Academic Librarian and Jo Cormac, Academic Practice Tutor.
This module will help you support patients who have a diagnosis of cancer, especially after they have finished their primary treatment in hospital. It will also provide information and guidance about what you should cover in the cancer care review.
Additional modules include:
View the NICE pathways video to get an overview of the features and content within the site. More detailed information is in the NICE Pathways help.
NICE pathways is an interactive tool for anyone who needs help in a particular topic.
Article courtesy of via NICE Pathways.
For your information: within the TRIP databases there are a number of UMMC Videos which may prove useful for CPD.
Dementia awareness campaign 16 November 2011
In his latest video blog, Alistair Burns – National Clinical Director for Dementia talks about the role the dementia awareness campaign is playing in helping people spot the early signs of dementia.
This 2 minute video demonstrates some of the features of “NHS Evidence – relevant reliable, trusted information – all in one place.”
Watch it and you just might discover something that you weren’t aware of! Click on the image above to take the 2 minute tour.
If you are a medical student and want to know what NHS Evidence can do for you try this video link by clicking on this image:
If you struggle to remember our URL or perhaps you haven’t already bookmarked our web address, then don’t forget you can always use Google to find all our news and journal updates. Click here to watch this really short video and see just how easy it is to find us using Google.
Click on the link for the full list of available BMJ Case Reports – videos
Or see links below for sample content:
Cardiac tumour in a patient with rheumatic heart disease
BMJ Case Reports 2011;2011:42011414 doi:10.1136/bcr.04.2011.4146