Monthly Archives: December 2015

How do you introduce a poet? by Graham Haldane

It was the LIHNN Christmas Study Day, Warrington, 8 December 2015. As chair of the LIHNN committee I was tasked with introducing the keynote speaker, the Manchester poet Mike Garry. How do you introduce a poet? Well, it’s a risky … Continue reading

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Xmas in the Library by Matt Holland

Santa in the library … Yo Ho Ho …. On Christmas Day Librarian Santa is sitting at the Library Issue Desk renewing overdue books – forever. The elves are sorting the books missing books are miraculously reappearing on the shelves. … Continue reading

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Let’s just do it: (part 3 of 3) social media training by Lucy Anderson

So the day of the sessions arrived and everyone turned up (which is unusual). The majority were clinical staff. For some reason I was expecting more of a mixture of clinical and support staff. It was the same for the … Continue reading

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