What's New

New Books: World Cancer Day 2022

4 February 2022

Today is #WorldCancerDay. We have recently purchased the following two books, both of which are currently available to borrow:

Training for New Resources

1 February 2022

As you know we have some new exciting online resources to help you find and access the information you need (if you don't know, see our blog posts here https://www.knowledge-nw.nhs.uk/news/10January2022, here https://www.knowledge-nw.nhs.uk/news/12January2022 and here https://www.knowledge-nw.nhs.uk/news/14January2022 to find out more).

LKS Outreach Newsletter - Issue 10

25 January 2022

Issue 10 of our newsletter for all our Community, CCG and General Practice staff is now available on our Outreach page.

LibKey Nomad - a new, much easier way to access online journal articles

14 January 2022

LibKey Nomad is a browser extension that automatically provides instant links to full text content for articles subscribed to by your library (or open access alternatives) as you browse the Internet and come across literature.  In each case, Nomad finds the fastest and simplest path to journals articles across thousands of publisher websites. PubMed and Wikipedia search results are also enhanced.


12 January 2022

BrowZine is a smart, easy-to-use service which enables you to: Find

NEW RESOURCE: NHS Knowledge and Library Hub

10 January 2022


Christmas and New Year Opening Times 2021

14 December 2021

The library will be closed over Christmas and New Year,  please see below for the opening times.

12 Days of Christmas

8 December 2021

As we approach Christmas  we wanted to share with you some of the ways the Library and Knowledge Service can help and support you, with our interactive 12 days of Christmas calendar. Whether you already use our services and resources  or are still finding out what we can do, we’re sure you’ll find something new and helpful.

UK Disability History Month

18 November 2021

UK Disability History Month began in 2010 with the aim of creating a platform to focus on the history of the struggle for equality and human rights. It runs from 18th November till 18th December and this year has joint themes of:

Knowledge Alerts - Free Personalised Current Awareness Service

2 November 2021

Have you seen the updated Patient First Tool created by the CQC for urgent and emergency services, or the Leadership Framework for Health Inequalities Improvement? Have you read the new report on Multi-professional team-working: The experience and lessons from COVID-19 from the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges or seen the new NICE guidance on ME/CFS and exercise?



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