Monthly Archives: January 2017

Critical Appraisal Day 2 by Katie Nicholas

The second day of Critical Appraisal focussed on understanding bias in research using Randomised Control Trials as an example. Unlike the first session, where a paper was selected and a tool used (e.g. CASP) to critically appraise it, this session … Continue reading

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Being acknowledged in research by Eva Thackeray

A while back, at one of the LIHNN Clinical Librarians group meetings, we discussed the question of how we could/should ensure that our contributions to research are acknowledged. By ‘our contributions’ we were mainly thinking of literature searches, and by … Continue reading

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Motivation and the One Person Library [OPL] by Matt Holland

I remember going for an interview for a job in a commercial law library. Two members of staff, lots of oak paneling and claustrophobia. The best interview question was “what kind of library do you want to work in?” Worried … Continue reading

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