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Tomorrow, Friday 3rd July, the drop-in computers in Exeter Health Library will not be available until the afternoon.
Apologies for any inconvenience.
The Library Team.
In line with current Trust policy, access to the Library in the RILD Building is now by swipe card only.
Let us know by email email@example.com if there are any problems as the Library is still open to all staff.
Remember to always wear a face mask when you come into the Library and if needing to change it, please dispose of it correctly.
Future Medicine / Future Science
We have been given free access to these collections until 31 Dec 2020.
They can be accessed via the Hub –
Non-Clinical Systems page: https://hub.exe.nhs.uk/a-z/non-clinical-systems/
- Future Medicine: https://hub.exe.nhs.uk/a-z/non-clinical-systems/future-medicine/
- Future Science: https://hub.exe.nhs.uk/a-z/non-clinical-systems/future-science/
NHS OpenAthens has also been enabled – https://openathens.nice.org.uk
Select Exeter Health Library as the institution.
Use these URLs –
The Future Science Group is a progressive publisher focused on breakthrough medical, biotechnological and scientific research.
There are over 40 peer reviewed journals all within medical science as well as various digital platforms to support a handful of the journals.
You can view a list of the journals here:
We are happy to announce that we now have access once again to BMJ Case Reports.
There is also a direct link on the Non-Clinical Systems page on HUB for use when onsite.
Attached is the user guide for ease of reference.
Authors will need to use the RD&E Fellowship Code when submitting their cases – please contact us to request it.
Do you ever wish you knew more about the work of other teams in the Trust?
Why don’t you join in with Exeter Health Library’s randomised coffee trial? All it takes is 15 minutes of your time.
Randomised coffee trials are simple way of connecting people who wouldn’t normally get the chance to meet and have a conversation. You will be randomly paired with another member of staff and you will both be supplied with each other’s contact details and asked to arrange a mutually convenient time to meet for your coffee and chat.
These types of meetings are proven to encourage people to work collaboratively and break down silos. You could gain an insight into parts of the RD&E you didn’t even know existed, and have the chance to discuss some of the successes or challenges facing you at work. All are welcome.
The registration deadline is Friday 27 September, and the conversations will be held during October and November.
Why should you get involved?
- Frontline staff tell us they are experiencing less and less real-life, face-to-face interactions with other staff
- This can break down silos and get people connecting and learning from each other
- Conversation is a seriously underestimated tool for learning and change
Further information is available on this poster.
The library will be unstaffed over the Bank Holiday weekend, we’ll be back in on Tuesday 27th August.
24/7 access is available to registered library members on request, with either an activated RD&E staff badge, or an Exeter Health Library proximity card.
Have a lovely Bank Holiday weekend!
The Library team
Meet Charlotte Greaves, who will be the library manager while Carol Giles takes a sabbatical year.
Charlotte has worked with us for the last few years as library assistant, so is familiar with the library and the hospital, and we’re looking forward to working with her in her new role.
The Library Team
Please see below our Christmas opening hours over the festive period:
24/7 access is available to registered members of the Library, with an authorised RD&E staff badge, or Exeter Health Library proximity card. If you need access over the holidays, please check with Library staff before 3pm on Christmas Eve.
Don’t forget – you also have access to a wealth of health information such as journals, databases and e-books via NHS OpenAthens.
Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
The Library Team
The Cochrane Library has been redesigned to enhance user experience – it consistently provides the dependable, high standard evidence which informs healthcare decision-making. It will launch on Tuesday 7th August 2018.
They do warn – “To ensure the transition from old to new site runs smoothly, we strongly recommend not using the saved search function from 00:01 GMT on Monday 6th August 2018 until 23:59 GMT on Tuesday 7th August. We cannot guarantee that any searches saved during this period will be transferred to the new site. All other search functions in the Cochrane Library will remain available during this time. The transfer of all saved searches will take place between 6-7th August, with no action required on the part of users. If you have any problems contact firstname.lastname@example.org and specify that you are a saved search user.”
From 1st August, our document supply charge will be rising to £15 per item.
This is in line with price increases from the British Library, and more locally, the University of Exeter.
Please note that document supply is FREE for Trust or clinical related work.
Charges only apply if the items are required for funded research projects, or educational courses.
For more information, and a copy of our policy, see our Document Supply web page.