Archive for May, 2011

What did you do for Knowledge Awareness Week?

Last week saw St George’s Library celebrate Knowledge Awareness Week with a range of promotional activities aimed at NHS staff.

On Monday, Library staff were on hand in the AMW to answer questions, with leaflets and free items available to those staff who stopped by. For the remainder of the week, a different resource was highlighted each day via an information stand and corresponding training session.

All helped to raise awareness of the Library, with an increase in both new members and people wishing to book a place on one of the Library’s information skills training sessions.

If you missed Knowledge Awareness Week and want to find out more about what the Library has to offer, take a look at the Library website or visit the Library 1st Floor, Hunter Wing.


May 26, 2011 at 9:07 am Leave a comment

Knowledge Awareness Week 16th – 20th May

In celebration of Adult Learner’s Week, St. George’s Library will be holding a range of events for NHS staff, from Monday 16th-Friday 20th May including:

•    an information stand in the Atkinson Morley Wing on Monday 16th of May, 11:00hrs to 15:00hrs

•     library displays on key NHS electronic  knowledge resources designed to support improving  patient care and decision-making;
•    and  free, hands-on information skills training sessions to help you keep abreast with the latest clinical evidence and research
Why not come along and see what you could learn during Knowledge Awareness Week? To find out more click here.

May 11, 2011 at 3:13 pm Leave a comment

NHS Evidence is changing

From 10th of May NHS Evidence will be releasing version 4 of its interface, introducing a number of changes:

1.Integrated redesign of the Health Information Resources page, which now will only provide links to journals, databases and HDAS

2.The introduction of topic pages and accpordion panels for clinical and medicines domains- replacing the specialist collections

3.Improved user interface design for search and browsing of static content

4.’Intellisense’ search prompt,giving spelling suggestions prompt, related searches suggestions and search history panel

5.Improved user interface design for search and browse

For a preview of some of these changes visit

May 3, 2011 at 3:08 pm Leave a comment

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