Emerald Health Care Collection Trial extended to the end of September

August 31, 2010 at 1:43 pm Leave a comment

NHS Athens users:

The Emerald Health Care Collection Trial has now been extended to the end of September 2010.

If you haven’t used this resource yet here is a reminder…

This collection covers all aspects of healthcare management including audit, guidelines, best practice, patient welfare, policy, ethics, strategy, leadership and much more.

To access these management resources you will need to log in via http://www.athensams.net/myathens with your NHS Athens username and password.
Click on Local Resources tab. Look for Emerald Healthcare Management in the alphabetical list and click on this to take you through.

In order to evaluate the trial, Emerald have set up a survey to get your feedback on this resource.   If you have used this resource and would like to have your say please go to http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/londonhealthlibraries

For those completing the survey and giving contact details, you will be entered into a prize draw to win £40 M&S vouchers courtesy of Emerald.

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