Author Archives: Editor

Let’s Talk R and D by Rosalind McNally

It is a real problem in the NHS for staff working through change to maintain good relationships with external stakeholders. Energy is drained by restructuring, which can be very unsettling.  I was really lucky to get a HCLU Bursary to … Continue reading

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How good is your Twitter account? by Matt Holland

How is your Library Twitter account performing? How do you know if it’s doing well?   Questions that have bothered me for a while.  More now that I am putting an extra effort into upping the (re)Tweet.  I also notice that … Continue reading

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LIHNN Library Managers Meeting – 12 September 2017

12 September 2017 LIHNN Library Managers Meeting 10.00 – 15.30 Barton Grange Hotel, 746 – 768 Garstang Road, Barton, PR3 5AA Sponsored by SAGE Publishing Programme Knowledge for Healthcare, Evaluation Framework & HCLU Update – David Stewart See also Evaluation Framework – measuring … Continue reading

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Funding Opportunities for LIHNN Members

HCLU and the LIHNN Co-ordinating Committee are keen to support the principle of knowledge sharing and professional development across the LKS community. The Knowledge Sharing and Professional Development Fund has been set up to enable LIHNN members to participate in … Continue reading

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What’s in your signature? by Matt Holland

The library signature has been gathering pixel dust for a while now.   A refresh is overdue and as it happens it’s near the top of the Summer Holiday to do list.   To boot, lots of graphics laden emails have been … Continue reading

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CILIP conference 2017 reflections – Victoria Treadway

This year’s CILIP conference was the best CILIP conference I’ve been to; the CILIP team seem to have really stepped up a gear.  On arrival we were invited to show support for the #factsmatter campaign by posing in the CILIP … Continue reading

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Initial Conference reflections – Rosalind McNally

Highlights of the CILIP Conference for me were: Hearing Carla Hayden and Luciano Floridi speak, and equally, listening to delegates asking difficult questions in response Discussing way ahead with CILIP staff,  Nick  Poole and group Chairs and committee members Getting … Continue reading

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