Tag Archives: Evaluation

Case Study: Current Awareness: Prehospital Emergency Care Current Awareness Update by Matt Holland

Knowledge for Healthcare aka KfH, is, among other things, taking a fresh look at everyday library practices. Read the Knowledge for Healthcare blog for the full story. This Case Study reflects on the report of the Current Awareness Services Task … Continue reading

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Let’s just do it: (part 3 of 3) social media training by Lucy Anderson

So the day of the sessions arrived and everyone turned up (which is unusual). The majority were clinical staff. For some reason I was expecting more of a mixture of clinical and support staff. It was the same for the … Continue reading

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Evaluating Training and Measuring Impact: The Kirkpatrick Model by Lucy Anderson

At the last LIHNN (Libraries in Health North West Network) Trainers’ meeting we discussed evaluating training and measuring impact. Clinical Librarians are almost always involved in delivering training and we most definitely want to measure impact. I offered to collate … Continue reading

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Top Tips to Setting up a literature searching service by Tracey Pratchett

After working in the FE sector; providing a literature searching service was a new skillset. Finding and packaging information to help users get on with the day job was not something which I did regularly. I had a lot of … Continue reading

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