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BMJ Case Reports: share and learn from interesting cases

We’ve just renewed our subscription to BMJ Case Reports, a collection of over 15,000 case reports across all fields of medicine. Publishing a case report is a great way to share details of interesting cases on common and rare diseases.

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Junior Doctor e-book collection

We’ve put together a virtual shelf of 34 key texts for junior doctors from Wiley and Open University Press publishers, to make it easier to access them. These are just a handful of the 20,000 e-book titles we have made

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NHS Care Certificate Reading List

Are you undertaking the NHS Care Certificate, or know someone who is? We’ve put together a reading list of useful material such as books, journal articles, educational board games, and websites to help you meet the requirements of each of

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Using KnowledgeShare to keep to date with professional interests

KnowledgeShare Evidence Updates is our personalised service to keep you up to date with new knowledge and evidence in healthcare. As well as covering the whole range of physical and mental health conditions and risk factors, KnowledgeShare also covers a

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Searching for systematic reviews using Epistemonikos

If you’re searching for systematic reviews of evidence, you may find Epistemonikos a useful resource. Unlike the Cochrane Library, this contains systematic reviews from many sources (it does also contain some primary research articles that have been included in the reviews,

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Changes to NHS.UK

Work is being undertaken to improve nhs.uk in order to help people better manage their health and care online. The ‘NHS Choices’ logo has been removed from the site, and content is being made easier for people to read and

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New E-learning Module on how to Search the Healthcare Databases

Health librarians, in collaboration with Health Education England have produced a set of e-learning modules on how to search the literature effectively and have recently added a new module on how to search the healthcare databases using the NICE interface.

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New topics in KnowledgeShare Evidence Updates

Keeping track of new evidence and publications can be difficult, but the library’s KnowledgeShare service can make it much easier. KnowledgeShare has recently added additional categories that you can add to your profile to be alerted on: Frailty Skin Abnormalities

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One week to go in our Prize Competition for National Poetry Day 2018

Fancy yourself as a Poet? SaTH Libraries are holding a Poetry Competition to celebrate National Poetry Day 2018.  Enter and you could win an Amazon voucher worth £25! Use your imagination and create a poem.  It can be in any style

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Visiting author at the Leadership Conference – Paul McGee, The Sumo Guy

Are you going to the Leadership Conference at SECC on Tuesday 2nd October? Catch up on the books by Paul McGee, who will be speaking at the event All these titles are available through SaTH Health Libraries.  Pop in and

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  • Cancer treatment response may be affected by gut bacteria
    "Gut bacteria 'boost' cancer therapy," BBC News reports. The news comes from research into whether people with cancer might respond differently to cancer treatment depending on the bacteria in their gut. Researchers specifically looked at a type of cancer treatment called immunotherapy. This involves stimulating the immune system to attack cancerous cells – in this […]
  • Could a blood test in middle age predict dementia risk?
    "Tissue inflammation blood test points to dementia risk," is the headline in The Times. Researchers in the US say people who have higher measures of inflammation in middle age are likely to have less brain tissue in some parts of their brain in older age. The differences in brain volume, seen on MRI scans, were […]
  • Acid reflux drugs linked to increased stomach cancer risk
    "A drug commonly used to treat acid reflux is linked to a more than doubled risk of developing stomach cancer," reports The Guardian. Researchers wanted to investigate whether there's a link between medicines known as proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) and stomach cancer. Widely used PPIs include esomeprazole, lansoprazole, omeprazole, pantoprazole and rabeprazole. PPIs are used […]
  • Nutrient drink for Alzheimer's has disappointing result in trial
    A new study investigating the effects of a nutrient drink for Alzheimer's disease has led to very different headlines in the media. While BBC News tells us the "Alzheimer's nutrient drink falters in clinical trial", the Daily Mirror reports the drink "could help stave off Alzheimer's disease, according to scientists". The trial investigated the effects […]