Wednesday, 7 January 2015

Health Librarian Workshop: Make your library service visible and essential to users

A workshop for health librarians on taking your services to your customers, with practical strategies and a chance to share good practice with colleagues.

If I Google your library service what will I find? Can I tweet an enquiry? Are you proactively sending me the information I need to do my job, be it as a clinician or a manager?

If these questions are playing on your mind then we can help find solutions. We are running a workshop for Health Librarians on 23rd of April 2015 on making your service visible and essential to your users.

Registration from 9
10.00 Welcome Sarah Sutton.  Clinical Librarian, University Hospitals of Leicester.   Short introduction on being loud and proud about your service.
10.15 Workshop on websites led by Stuart Glover.  Library Services Manager, University Hospitals of Leicester.
11.15 Break
11.45 Social Media workshop lead by Kieran Lamb. Senior Manager Evidence Services, North West CSU.
1.00 Lunch
2.00 Current Awareness Bulletins/Evidence Updates, presentations and workshops led by Steph Bradley. Primary Care Librarian, North Bristol NHS Trust and University Hospitals of Leicester Clinical Librarian Service.
3.50 Final comments and farewells.

To secure your place, please complete the form available on our website.

Health Education East Midlands (HEEM) is kindly sponsoring 15 places on this course for health library staff, including colleagues from public health departments, working in Derbyshire, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire & Northamptonshire only. This means that the full cost of the course will be met by HEEM (excluding travel expenses). Allocation of the sponsored places will be on a first come first served basis. To request a HEEM place, please complete the form above and select the option to apply for a HEEM place.

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