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Never Stop Learning From Your Patients

  Do you listen to your patients? Do you get the complete view? Can you learn something new from their experiences?  This Libraries Week try something different. We’ve developed our Patient Voices collection to give you a different perspective. How have patients coped with covid? What is the impact of disability on a family? How do people react to a cancer diagnosis? Read patient stories to learn more.   Access the Patient Voices collection   You can browse through the collection online via the Library Search catalogue . See something you like? Just request it and you can pick it up later. Or just pop along to the Health Library and browse the shelves – this collection is to the right as you enter through the glass doors.   What books are available? Here is a selection (from the images above):   Type 1 Diabetes: the good, the bad and the sportsman (Ian J Cuthbert)   One Tiny Fault (Abigail Halstead)   Drifting into Darkness (Paul Gilmour)   My story – the good, the bad and the diabet

Never Stop Learning About Yourself

 This Libraries Week do something different and take a look at our Reading Well collection. We’re not just here for the must-have text book or latest clinical update. We’ve got a range of titles including self-help books, poetry and popular fiction. Access the Collection You can browse through the collection online via the Library Search catalogue . See something you like? Just request it and you can pick it up later. Or just pop along to the Health Library and browse the shelves – this collection is to the right as you enter through the glass doors. What books are available? Here is a selection (from the images above): The Keeper of Lost Things (Ruth Hogen) The Lido (Libby Page) Calypso (David Sedaris) Dear Mrs Bird (AJ Pearce) Heaven on Earth: 101 Happy Poems (Wendy Cope) The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse (Charlie Mackesy) The Lost Spells (Robert Macfarlane & Jackie Morris) The Guest Cat (Takashi Hiraide) The Moon#s a Balloon (David Niven) Sour Heart (Jenny Zhang

Celebrate Libraries Week with us, 3rd to 9th October 2022

  Celebrate Libraries Week 2022 with your Health Library! Libraries Week is an annual event that allows libraries to showcase the great work that they do. This year’s theme is “Never stop learning” – a sentiment we can definitely get behind! So, keep an eye on our blog and Twitter feed to learn all about the great opportunities we have to help you to never stop learning. You can never stop learning... From your patients From each other About sustainability Online In a nutshell In a bitesize Never stop learning from the Health Library.