The LIHNN Christmas Study Day 2018

The 2018 LIHNN Christmas Study Day took place at the Lancaster House Hotel on the 4 December.

Keynote Speaker

NHS at 70 “The Story of Our Lives” – Angela Whitecross (Project Manager, University of Manchester)

The Director of Health Libraries North Award

This was awarded to Emily Hurt (Lancashire Teaching Hospitals) and Dawn Grundy (University of Bolton)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LIHNN Quality Improvement Awards

Gold Award: Art Exhibition – JET Library & Liverpool Medical Institution

Silver Award: Resource Events Blog – The Christie Library & Knowledge Service

Bronze Award: Topol Review – Knowledge Management Team, Health Education England

 

The LIHNN Quality Improvement Awards – Three Minutes of Mayhem

Winner: Book Courier Service – Library Services, Royal Bolton Hospital

Runners Up:

Knowledge Assets – JET Library

Critical Care – Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Focus Games – University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Trust Library and Knowledge Services

NHS 70th Museums Exhibit – Wirral & Cheshire Libraries

Mentorship Course and Website – Pennine Acute Trust

Why every Library needs Lego – JET Library

Pop-Up library – Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

Skype – JET Library

LIHNNK-Up Article of the Year

Winner: Our summer reading journey @ Lancashire Teaching Hospitals

 

The LIHNN Christmas Quiz 2018 (plus answers)

Happy Christmas from the LIHNN Groups

Feedback

“It is a good event to meet a range of people in different roles and hear their ideas and opinions.”

“It was a really enjoyable day – the talk in the morning was interesting. And it’s always good to hear what new and innovative things are going on in the library world. Thanks all.”

“It was a really nice day and great to network with colleagues not seen frequently.”

Things People Said They Are Going To Do Differently In The Workplace As A Result Of Attending This Event

“We have arranged to hook up with Angela & Stephanie Snow to link in a number of oral history projects we are starting. The Gold Award Trophy is helping to leverage a paper that is going to the Board from the Charity Manager, who is trying to introduce a steering group for a broader art initiative in the Trust. Everyone involved in the project is really thrilled with the award.”

“We will be looking at getting some Lego, investigating a book courier service, thinking about how we could use oral histories in our Trust”

“book courier service could easily be implemented in our workplace and would be a nice way to get out and about and meet staff”

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