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Forthcoming skills sessions

  • Feb
    24
    Writing for Publication
    Training Room, Odames Library, Victoria Building, LRI - 10:00
    An introductory workshop on the essentials to consider when starting out in writing and getting work into print. Suitable for: All staff groups, especially junior doctors, researchers and those undertaking programmes of study.
  • Mar
    11
    Health Literacy Awareness
    Seminar Rooms 2 & 3, Education Centre, GH - 09:30
    A session that explores what health literacy is, why it is important and what we can do to provide information for patients who may have low levels of health literacy.
  • Mar
    17
    Critical Reading Made Easy: Introduction to Research Methodologies & Statistics
    Training Room, Library, Education Centre, Glenfield Hospital - 09:30
    Introduction to critical appraisal principles, research methods, essential statistics and qualitative research. Suitable for: All staff needing to read and understand research; especially junior doctors preparing for examinations, Trust grade doctors, staff embarking on research projects, those wanting to launch and run journal clubs. If no places are available, UHL staff can also book via HELM (www.uhlhelm.com) or contact the library.
  • Mar
    17
    Critical Reading Made Easy: Practical Appraisal
    Training Room, Library, Education Centre, Glenfield Hospital - 13:00
    This session focuses on appraising a randomised controlled trial, a systematic review and an observational study. The papers selected change for each session so you are able to come more than once to hone your skills. Suitable for: All staff needing to read and understand research; especially junior doctors preparing for examinations, Trust grade doctors, staff embarking on research projects, those wanting to launch and run journal clubs. If no places are available, UHL staff can also book via HELM (www.uhlhelm.com) or contact the library.
  • Mar
    31
    Finding High Quality Information – Where to Start?
    Training Room, Odames Library, Victoria Building, LRI - 10:00
    An overview of some of the best information resources and how to use them.
  • Mar
    31
    A Step-by-Step Guide to Searching for literature
    Training Room, Odames Library, Victoria Building, LRI - 14:00
    A librarian will guide you through our seven steps and show you how to conduct a quality literature search. We will also explain how to access the fulltext of articles. Top tips and a comprehensive handout will be provided.
  • Apr
    01
    Writing for Publication
    Training Room, Library, Education Centre, Leicester General Hospital - 10:00
    An introductory workshop on the essentials to consider when starting out in writing and getting work into print. Suitable for: All staff groups, especially junior doctors, researchers and those undertaking programmes of study. If no places are available, UHL staff can also book via HELM (www.uhlhelm.com) or contact the library.
  • Apr
    15
    Finding high quality information – Where to start?
    Training Room, Library, Education Centre, Leicester General Hospital - 10:00
    An overview of some of the best information resources and how to use them. If no places are available, UHL staff can also book via HELM (www.uhlhelm.com) or contact the library.
  • Apr
    15
    A step-by-step guide to searching for literature
    Training Room, Library, Education Centre, Leicester General Hospital - 14:00
    A librarian will guide you through our seven steps and show you how to conduct a quality literature search. We will also explain how to access the fulltext of articles. Top tips and a comprehensive handout will be provided. If no places are available, UHL staff can also book via HELM (www.uhlhelm.com) or contact the library.
  • Apr
    27
    Critical Reading Made Easy: Introduction to Research Methodologies & Statistics
    Training Room, Odames Library, Victoria Building, LRI - 09:30
    Introduction to critical appraisal principles, research methods, essential statistics and qualitative research. Suitable for: All staff needing to read and understand research; especially junior doctors preparing for examinations, Trust grade doctors, staff embarking on research projects, those wanting to launch and run journal clubs.
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  • Glenfield Hospital
    Library, Education Centre
    Groby Road
    LEICESTER
    LE3 9QP
  • Leicester General Hospital
    Library, Education Centre
    Gwendolen Road
    LEICESTER
    LE5 4PW
  • Leicester Royal Infirmary
    Odames Library
    Level 1, Victoria Building, Infirmary Square
    LEICESTER
    LE1 5WW