A warm welcome to Carrie Anne, our new Library Assistant. Find out more about her below:
“I have just started my Library Assistant role at RSCH. I’m eager to get stuck in and learn all about the Library and Knowledge Service. This is my first NHS employment and I’m still finding my way around, but the team have been very helpful and welcoming.
I serve library users at the enquiry desk, processing books and journal article requests, and I will be giving particular attention to the care of our periodicals. We have a large collection of journals within the main area of the library as well as the archives, all of which need steady upkeep.
Previously, I’ve worked at several academic libraries across Brighton and London. My most recent experience was with The Feminist Library – a public archive of women’s liberation movement materials. I hope to build upon my existing skills with LKS and develop my library career.”
BMJ Best Practice has developed a brand new App for both iOS and Android users, making it faster and easier to find clinical answers.
If you used an access code in the past to download the App, you no longer have to do this. Users can now simply login with a personal account to download the app.
Steps to download
- Access the BMJ Best Practice website using your NHS OpenAthens account (BSUH NHS Trust, Brighton and Hove GPs, Practice and CCG staff only).
- Once you have accessed the BMJ Best Practice website, you’ll see a box at the top of the screen, click Register for a personal account or Log in if you already have one. You will need your ‘personal account’ details to access the app.
Accessing the app
- Access your Apple or Google Play store and search for ‘BMJ Best Practice’.
- Select the app and when prompted, use your BMJ Best Practice ‘personal account’ details to sign in and download the content.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. if any problems.