Clinical applications on library PCs

Did you know that you can access your clinical applications on computers in the libraries at the Royal Sussex County Hospital, Princess Royal Hospital and Hove Polyclinic?

For BSUH staff, systems such as PACS, ICE Desktop, ALERT, eOASIS and the iris virtual learning environment can all be found in the “BSUH Applications” folder on the desktop.

If you find a PC in one of our libraries that doesn’t have the clinical system you need, contact the BSUH IT department from the library enquiry desk and they will quickly add it.

Staff from Sussex Partnership or Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust can also access their clinical systems using a “remote desktop” – ask at our enquiry desks for more information.

Locations of our libraries can be found on our website.

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New: Accessible workstation and PC at RSCH library

We are pleased to announce we now have a new accessible workstation available 24/7 in the library at the RSCH in Brighton. It has a height adjustable desk and the following software on the PC:

Read&Write – for those with dyslexia and other learning difficulties

Claroread – helps reading, writing, studying and increases confidence.

MindGenius – captures ideas, visualises information, plans projects, manages tasks and shares knowledge.

Inspiration  – for visual mapping, outlining, writing and making presentations.

Zoom Text Magnifier – a fully integrated magnification and screen reading program that enlarges, enhances and reads aloud everything on the computer screen.

Headphones are available to borrow from the library reception desk.