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Clinical librarian- Billy’s a winner!

Hello friends, how’s the week treating you? I was about to type that I’m on the run down to a week’s leave, but it’s more like I’m skidding in sideways at full pelt. It’s been busy! I found time to have my flu jab though, so I’m a certified, sticker carrying Flu Fighter.   Towards […]

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Clinical Librarian blog- Chartership

So, chartership. Hmmmm. Something big to ponder, and I’ve been pondering it for a long time. Decades in fact. For those non-librarians amongst you, dear readers, those of you whose first word wasn’t sssshhhhh, whose books aren’t in order on your living room shelves, whose hearts aren’t set a flutter by a perfectly crafted Boolean […]

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Clinical Librarian blog: My new mate Billy.

Have you spotted Billy the library cat on our library Twitter account? He’s had a full on week finding out about our library services, and we’ve had fun deciding what he’s doing, staging photos and writing posts. By the end of the month we’ll have worked our way through a lot of the services we […]

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Clinical librarian blog- Policies and personalities

I’m back for another weekly blog post, except this one’s covering a couple of weeks! Since last I wrote, I’ve had some annual leave (lovely, thank you), a birthday (lovely, thank you), and enjoyed this glorious summer (lovely, thank you)… Happily back at the William Harvey library this week, I’ve been a busy bee! We’ve welcomed […]

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Health Information Week 2018 at GEH

Health Information Week (HIW2018) is a national initiative to raise awareness of health information for patients and those who care for them. The Library Team supported by PALS held a stall at the Crossroads on Friday 6th July t0 highlight key websites and promote the work of the PALS service. With invaluable help from PALS volunteer Geoff, we chatted […]

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