The Gosall Library, November 2017
The Library has a new alerts service which is available to all staff and students on placement at Lancashire Care.
KnowledgeShare is an online web-based current awareness system that is NHS OpenAthens password protected. We will create a profile of you in the system detailing your interests. Our KnowledgeShare notifications will be highly personalised and targeted to you. Focusing on evidence that will change practice, and the latest publications on quality, safety, education and the patient experience, our aim is to bring you what you need to know and no more.
Click here to complete the form and send back to the Library to sign up.
This week’s Library bulletin is on Mental Health.
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Lancashire Care Library and Information Service, August 2017
There is a new selection of books on physical health available at the Gosall Library. These are available for loan for all staff and students on placement at Lancashire Care.
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Lancashire Care Library and Information Service, July 2017
You can now renew your library books online via the Library catalogue. Contact the Library to request a Reader PIN to access your account online.
Following the refurbishment of the Library last year we are holding a Renaming Event at the LANTERN Centre on 28th June to celebrate the re-opening and the renaming of the Library. The Library is being renamed ‘The Gosall Library’ in memory of Dr Gurpal Gosall. The Library will be officially renamed by Heather Tierney Moore and refreshments will be served. All LCFT staff and students on placement are invited and we hope you will join us for this celebration.
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Click here to view some of the books that have been added to the library collection so far in 2017.
Lancashire Care Library and Information Service, April 2017
Depression is a major challenge to health in the WHO European Region and is the focus of World Health Day 2017. The theme “Depression: let’s talk” recognizes that depression is a treatable condition and seeks to address the fact that, despite this, about 50% of cases of major depression still go untreated. To promote talking about depression the Library is running a competition for LCFT staff and students to identify well-known celebrities and sports stars who have been open about their own mental health. Entry forms are available in the library or via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
All entry forms must be returned to the Library by Tuesday 18th April when a winner will be drawn from the correct entries.