Health Information Week (3-9 July) is a national multi-sector campaign to promote the good quality health resources that are available to the public.
This year, our Public Health and Patient Information Specialist Librarians will be manning a stall in the foyer of the Jubilee Public Library in Brighton on Thursday 6th and Friday 7th July.
The theme will be on cancer screening and knowing the signs of cancer. We will be raising awareness through our leaflets and posters of the benefits of screening to prevent cancer, and also the importance of knowing the signs of cancer which means a visit to the doctor is needed. Drop in and see us there or contact us.
Follow the week’s events and join the campaign via Twitter: #HIW2017
…from Florence to present day. The Library and Knowledge Service is proud to support our nurse colleagues at Brighton and Sussex Universities NHS Trust and beyond!
We’ll be there with our Library & Knowledge Service stand; looking forward to the presentations and the screening of “Starfish”.
Look out for the Library & Knowledge Service display stand at today’s 2017 HCA, MCA and Assistant Practitioner Conference and learn more about resources we provide for your role.
Look out for our Library & Knowledge Service stand and find out how we can enhance your professional development and career progression with BSUH NHS Trust!
Library and Knowledge Service staff presented at the 2016 BSUH Multidisciplinary Education Event on 13 September at Princess Royal Hospital. We offered sessions on anatomy.tv, KnowledgeShare to support evidence-based practice, going beyond Google, iris and online learning and better networking with Twitter. If you missed any of these, many are available as part of our teaching programme.
The conference was a great success, and you can see the coverage on Twitter with the hashtag #EdBSUH16. We look forward to participating in more interprofessional events.