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LIHNN LKS Managers Meeting – 18 September 2018

Social Prescribing Jo Ward, Change Maker Fed-IP Dominic Gilroy, Library and Knowledge Services Development Manager – Yorkshire and the Humber NWFabCAN Leeanne Lockley, Quality Improvement Programme Manager, Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership (KQuIP), UK Renal Registry Knowledge for Healthcare & HCLU … Continue reading

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LIHNN/HCLU Briefing June 2018

HCLU Update/Knowledge for Healthcare Update – David Stewart LIHNN Update and AGM – Susan Smith Random Coffee Trial – Katie Nicholas and Fran Wilkie The tale of LILAC and the flamingos – Emily Hurt Health literacy: drawing on skills of library and … 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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LIHNN/HCLU Briefing June 2017

Knowledge for Healthcare: Business Critical – David Stewart LIHNN AGM 2017 LIHNN Group Updates The patient will see you now: a new era of empowered people living with health conditions – Simon R. Stones Patient and Public Information Workshop – Prioritising PPI ideas … Continue reading

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Returning from the wilderness by Yvonne Stubbington

Having spent just over two years working outside the library profession, my first feelings on hearing I’d been successful in my interview for the post of Clinical/Outreach Librarian were of joy and excitement. Fortunately for me, my prospective manager was … Continue reading

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The benefits of LIHNN by Jo Whitcombe

As LIHNN members we have a pretty good understanding of what LIHNN brings to the region, but what about those around us who don’t necessarily work within the LKS sector but have management interests? How do we convince them that … Continue reading

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