Tag Archives: Impact

A Guide to Using Social Media for Research Purposes (Version 2) by Matt Holland

This is an updated and revised version of A Guide to Using Social Media for Research Purposes by Matt Holland first published on this blog in March 2016. This guide takes you though the basics of building a research profile using social … Continue reading

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Reflections on a Conference – HLG 2016 by LIHNN Members

Katie Nicholas – Health Education England, working across the North West: HLG 2016 was my first HLG conference and my first time presenting at a conference and I loved it! I saw the whole conference process from submitting a proposal, being … Continue reading

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A Guide to Using Social Media for Research Purposes by Matt Holland

This guide is aimed at Allied Health Professionals (AHPs). It takes you though the basics of building a research profile using social media, how to maximise your impact and the tools you can use to assess your impact. If you … Continue reading

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Ch-ch-ch-changes … from Clinical Librarian to Manager by Tracey Pratchett

As 2015 draws to a close and after being in post for 8 months, I’m reflecting on my experience as a new Knowledge and Library Services Manager. I really loved being a Clinical Librarian and never saw myself returning to … Continue reading

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FreE–Learning: Developing an information skills e-learning package without a budget by Alex Williams

“Online learning has unique advantages, overcoming barriers of introversion and physical distance, creating new ways to communicate and shaping identity…” (Nursing Times, 2010). Effective justification for spending time away from clinical environments and duties is a barrier for staff to … Continue reading

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Growing our own: Developing Advanced Nurse Practitioners at Wirral by Linda Taylor

The Library and Knowledge Service (LKS) has been supporting Trainee Advanced Nurse Practitioners (TANPs) for the last couple of years, to develop their evidence based practice and research skills, and to support their academic studies to master’s degree and beyond. … Continue reading

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Case Study – Online training. Trying to do it differently … by Matt Holland & Sue Robertson

Travel is an integral part of daily life and work.  If you don’t travel you can’t participate in routine work activities such as meetings and training.  All this at a time when everyone has their pocket the smartphone technology for … Continue reading

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