Clinical librarian blog- 18 months

18 months since I started my clinical librarian role. 18 months of using my brain, being challenged, and rising to the challenge. 18 months of feeling welcomed, valued, and useful. 18 months of literature searches, critical appraisal, and journal clubs. 18 months of long commutes, travel mugs, and crumbs in the car. 18 months of […]

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Clinical Librarian blog- on the cusp

Today feels like a day on the cusp. On the cusp of the election, on the cusp of Christmas, on the cusp of the year. I’m on the cusp of sending through my first chartership portfolio draft, and it’s been a  long time coming. I think I’ve procrastinated far too much with it, but in […]

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Buzzing about books

There’s definitely a buzz about books at GEH at the moment with our reading group shadowing the joint Booker Prize winner Girl, Woman, Other by Bernardine Evaristo. We also invited Warwickshire public library colleagues to the hospital during Libraries Week to promote their fabulous free eBook and eAudiobook service, BorrowBox. Their stall generated a lot of […]

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Reading group- Booker Prize excitement!

The library’s Well-being Reading Group has been going strong since March this year, and were recently chosen to be one of the select few groups nationally to shadow the Booker Prize. We received copies of  Bernardine Evaristo’s Girl, Woman, Other, and read it though September and October as one of our reading group books. You […]

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Clinical librarian blog- R&R required!

Good morning readers, how’s life treating you on this fine day? I’m nearing the end of a very busy few weeks, so I’m looking forward to some R&R at the weekend! It’s been busy but productive, and very interesting. Last week my colleague Rayanne and I were fortunate to go to the International Clinical Librarian […]

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