Forthcoming Library Training Opportunities

We just wanted to let you know about some training opportunities being organised by Shrewsbury and Telford Health Libraries over the next couple of months.

Introduction to Literature Searching

This 1.5 hour course will demonstrate how to find journal articles using the new NHS Healthcare Database interface to search databases such as Medline, CINAHL and EMBASE, as well as giving you a chance to practice using them.

Sessions will take place in IT Training Room 1 in the Learning Centre at RSH on:

Friday, 27th January, 10-11.30

Tuesday, 9th Feburary, 3-4.30

Tuesday, 21st February, 10-11.30

Wednesday, 8th March, 3-4.30

Places are limited to 8, and to book your place please contact Jason Curtis on 01743 492507

Introduction to Medical Terminology

This 30 minute pocket-sized training module will introduce you to medical terminology.

Sessions will take place in IT Training Room 1 in the Learning Centre at RSH on:

Thursday, 26th January, 12.30-1

Tuesday, 31st January, 12.30-1

There is no need to book for the Medical Terminology sessions, simply turn up! You’re welcome to bring your lunch as well.

Revalidation Reflective Reading for nurses and midwives

These 1.5 hour sessions are for nurses and midwives who are looking to earn up to 3 hours of CPD points towards revalidation through reading and reflecting on a supplied article using a checklist, and then discussing it in a small group.

Sessions will take place on:

Monday, 6th February, 2-3.30 at Shrewsbury Health Library

Wednesday, 22nd February, 2.30-4 at Telford Health Library

Places are limited, and to book your place please contact Louise Stevens on 01952 641222 Ext.4694

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