Tag Archives: Conferences

CPD and all that by Matt Holland

Two weeks into a MOOC on Recommender Systems (see the next LIHNNK UP, Land of Geek column) and I realise the college level algebra required to complete the assignments was far beyond that required for CSE maths. For younger readers, … Continue reading

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A Conference Survival Guide by Emily Hurt

I was lucky enough to attend the EAHIL + ICAHIS + ICLC 2015 workshop in June in Edinburgh, as a result of a bursary I applied for from the CILIP Health Libraries Group. The conference was entitled, “Research-Minded: understanding, supporting, … Continue reading

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Personal experiences and highlights from NHS R&D North West Let’s Talk About Research Conference , 24th & 25th September, 2014, Bolton. #LTRCONF14 by Rosalind McNally

NHS R&D North West Let’s Talk About Research Conference This year, inspired by colleagues in the CL group, and with one eye on service redesign, I wanted to attend a non-Library conference. I requested funding to attend this event, and build … Continue reading

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Case Study: Beyond the library conference by Victoria Treadway

My experience My first taste of attending events outside the library arena was attending medical education events in 2010.  This gave me a taste of being in a non-library environment and I started to get an understanding of the advocacy … Continue reading

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Case Study: Show Me The Money! By Tracey Pratchett

At the start of the year, I received an email from Inside Government about an NHS Procurement Conference and was hovering over the delete button when I realised that it wasn’t a mailshot but an invitation to speak. My first … Continue reading

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