Monthly Archives: March 2016

A Guide to Using Social Media for Research Purposes by Matt Holland

This guide is aimed at Allied Health Professionals (AHPs). It takes you though the basics of building a research profile using social media, how to maximise your impact and the tools you can use to assess your impact. If you … Continue reading

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The digital delivery of health library services by Rebecca Stevenson and Andrew Carrick

Advances in digital technologies over recent years have allowed (and necessitated) health libraries to examine how services are delivered, and to explore new ways of meeting the needs of users. For the Library and Knowledge Service of Rotherham Foundation Trust … Continue reading

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Supporting Individual Researchers by Matt Holland

It’s been a while since I wrote about this topic (Holland 2006). See also a piece on the Clinical Librarians blog.  Now it’s rising up the agenda again as Paramedics and Allied Health Professionals working in Prehospital Care move from … Continue reading

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