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HLG Conference 2018 Presentations

All the HLG 2018 presentations will be added below in session order shortly.

Thursday 14th June 2018

Morning Plenary

Keynote address 1  CILIP Update
 
Nick Poole, CEO, CILIP

Keynote address 2  Encouraging clinicians to source evidence-based material and share decisions with patients
Dr Mark Murphy, Academic General Practitioner & Lecturer in Department of General Practice, Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland

Parallel Session 1

Parallel session 1a

Developing a quality and improvement virtual bookcase to support knowledge mobilisation in a mental health trust
Heather Steele, Library and Knowledge Lead, Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Barriers for staff accessing, using and sharing published information online within the National Health Service (NHS) in England: a theoretical model of contributory factors
Dr Catherine Ebenezer, PGR Information School, University of Sheffield

Parallel session 1b

Making lending and learning fun with serious games
Kaye Bagshaw, Library Manager, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Melvin Bell, Director, Focus Games Ltd.

Parallel session 1c

Sustainability and transformation plans: the North East STEM Club and the Derby Front Door Project
Joanne Naughton, NHS Library and Knowledge Services Development Manager North East, Health Education England,
Kirstin Himsworth, Librarian, Claire Masterman, Librarian, County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust and
Lindsay Snell, Clinical Librarian, Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Parallel session 1d

Help! I'm a Primary Care Librarian
Kevin Burgoyne, Primary Care Specialist Librarian, BSUH NHS Trust

Shifting sands – life as an embedded public health librarian
Michael Cook, Public Health Knowledge and Evidence Specialist, Public Health England

Parallel session 1e

Library statistics - why do you do that thing you do?
Holly Case Wyatt, Library and Knowledge Services Development Lead, Health Education England, Catherine McLaren, Clinical Librarian, George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust, Kal Dhanda, Library Manager, DWMH, Heather Steele, Library and Knowledge Lead, Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Samantha Burgess, Library Service Manager, Hampshire Healthcare Library Service and Dawn Grundy, Subject Librarian School of Health and Human Sciences, University of Bolton

Parallel Session 2

Parallel session 2a

Synthesising and summarising the evidence in practice
Rachel Steele, Clinical Librarian, Tees, Esk & Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust and Gillian Foster, Clinical Information Specialist, NHS Digital

Searching alternative sources of evidence: document discovery for integrated care
Gillian Foster, Clinical Information Specialist, NHS Digital

Parallel session 2b 

Introduction to health literacy: awareness, skills and resources
Ruth Carlyle, Head of Library & Knowledge Services and TEL, Midlands and East, Health Education England

Parallel session 2c

Working collaboratively with your non-library colleagues
Mary Hill, Library Manager and Janet Oliver, Nursing Librarian, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust

The ups and downs of the research rollercoaster: learning from successes and challenges in undertaking library research
Victoria Treadway, Library & Knowledge Service Lead, Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Parallel session 2d

The Clinical Librarian is In… Tips and tricks for both the new or experienced Clinical Librarian (CL)
Lisa Lawrence, Clinical Librarian, Cathryn James, Clinical Librarian and Lindsay Snell, Clinical Librarian, Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Parallel session 2e

Knowledge café: an agile knowledge workforce fit for the future
Emily Hopkins, Knowledge Management Programme Manager, Health Education England

Parallel Session 3

Parallel session 3a

Establishing hospital libraries in provincial Sierra Leone: successes and challenges
Stevie Russell, Trustee and Claire Blacklock, Founder and Trustee, African Hospital Libraries

Building a current awareness system using machine learning
Dr Gavin McStay, Assistant Professor, New York Institute of Technology

Parallel session 3b 

High tech and low tech approaches to interactive information skills teaching
YiWen Hon, Knowledge Resources Manager, Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust

Parallel session 3c

Quality and reporting of literature search strategies in systematic reviews (SR) published by London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine affiliated authors
Jane Falconer, User Support Services Librarian, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine


Evaluating your service with qualitative methods: experiences from the Oxford BRC Enhancing Information Support project
Elinor Harriss, Knowledge Centre Manager and Outreach Librarian, Bodleian Health Care Libraries, University of Oxford

Parallel session 3d

National information partnerships for self-management and shared decision making: developing a collaborative strategy across NHS, public libraries and third sector
Gail Lumsden, Information Officer, NHS 24 and Jane Milne, Customer Services Manager, Midlothian Council

Greater Manchester and beyond – an ebook collective
Mary Hill, Library Manager, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust and Stephen Woods, Deputy Library Manager,
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

Parallel session 3e

The Knowledge for Healthcare Policies, Procedures and Guidelines toolkit
Sarah Stones, Operations and Outreach Librarian, Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Stephen Ayre, Library Services Manager, George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust

 
The multi-disciplinary clinical innovations database at RBHT
Samantha Unamboowe, Library Manager, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

Parallel Session 4

Parallel session 4a

Service oriented libraries: changing the conversation by design
Kate Kelly, Director Library Services, RCSI Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

 
A moving story: how the Royal College of Surgeons of England Library decanted its collections and made new friends along the way
Thalia Knight, Director of Library and Surgical Information Services, The Royal College of Surgeons of England

Parallel session 4b

How an activity-based Journal Club has been used to help staff and students improve their confidence at reading scientific papers
Katy Oak, Librarian, Royal Cornwall Hospitals Library and Catriona Organ, Librarian, Cornwall Health Library

Parallel session 4c

Don’t use anecdotes, use research: getting started in research. How can we help?
Gillian Siddall, Academic Librarian, University of Northampton

Parallel session 4d

Working together to support patient and public health information needs
Deena Maggs, Head of Information and Knowledge Services, The King's Fund

Dealing with a common NHS itch: developing an Information for Patients service from scratch
Stuart Glover, Library Services Manager and Hannah Beckitt, Patient Information Librarian, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust

Parallel session 4e

Transforming knowledge in a transforming environment: creating a new knowledge management service for Health Education England
Emily Hopkins, Knowledge Management Programme Manager, Health Education England

Get recognised for excellence: the collaborative development of the Awards bulletin
Susan Smith, Senior Librarian, Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Vasilia Tsiplaki, Library Assistant, Hampshire Healthcare Library Service

Friday 15th June

Morning plenary

Keynote address 3

#AMillionDecisions: raising the profile of library and knowledge specialists and demonstrating their value and impact (Presentation not available)
Louise Goswami, Head of LKS and TEL for London and the South East, and Sue Lacey Bryant, Senior Advisor, Knowledge for Healthcare Programme Lead Topol Review, Health Education England

Keynote address 4

Engaging Libraries: inspiring the public about health and wellbeing
Rachel Heydecker, Policy and Development Officer and Andy Wright, Carnegie Associate, Carnegie UK Trust

Parallel Session 5

Parallel session 5a

Can Do Café - an innovative way to facilitate change and empower library staff
Isla Kuhn, Medical Librarian, University of Cambridge, Helen Else, Deputy Librarian, Library & Information Centre, West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust and Deborah Lepley, Library & Information Services Manager, Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust

Transparent, comprehensive and reproducible searching to minimise risk of bias in systematic reviews (SRs): how information specialists and librarians contribute to improving review quality and minimising research waste
Kate Misso, Information Specialist Manager, Kleijnen Systematic Reviews Ltd.

Parallel session 5b 

Parallel session 5c

#AMillionDecisions: espresso café
Louise Goswami, Head of LKS and TEL for London and the South East, Sue Lacey Bryant, Senior Advisor, Knowledge for Healthcare Programme Lead Topol Review, Health Education England

Social media and collaborative tools knowledge café
Holly Case Wyatt, Library and Knowledge Services Development Lead, Health Education England, Tom Roper, Clinical Librarian, Brighton and Sussex NHS Library and Knowledge Service and Emma Aldrich, Head of Library & Knowledge Services, Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust

Parallel session 5d

What are the practical barriers to demonstrating impact and how do we overcome them? A fishbowl conversation
Victoria Treadway, Library & Knowledge Service Lead, Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Tracey Pratchett, Knowledge and Library Services Manager, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Parallel session 5e

Peer teaching and information retrieval: the role of the NICE Evidence search student champion scheme 
Dr Laura Sbaffi, Lecturer in Health Informatics, Sheffield University and Anne Weist, Education Manager, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence

Parallel session 6

Parallel session 6a

Getting to the heart of the matter (by going remote): the role of health libraries in improving community resilience in remote and rural areas
Chris O'Malley, Specialist Librarian, University of the Highlands and Islands

Creating a toolkit for Health Information Week 2018
Stephanie Grey, Learning & Research Support Librarian, Public Health England, Louisa Fulbrook, Deputy Library Services Manager,
Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Linda Kalinda, Head Librarian, Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Sarah Lewis, Library Services Manager, Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, Jenny Kendrick, Information Specialist,
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and Clare Quigley, Insight Manager, Self Help UK

Parallel session 6b

Collecting meaningful feedback on information literacy (IL) training: results of a project to evaluate feedback methods 
Zoe Thomas, Assistant Librarian (Information Services), London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

Ready from day one: developing evidence-based practitioners
Shirley Yearwood-Jackman, Liaison Librarian, University of Liverpool                

Parallel session 6c
Improvement Librarian - Next generation Clinical Librarian (CL)?
Roxanne Hart, Improvement Librarian, Musgrove Park Hospital

Lifelong learning and skills development
Lisa Gardner, Senior Library Assistant – Medicine (NHS Support), Imperial College London

Parallel session 6d

Your stories shared: how the Value & Impact Toolkit is promoting good practice
Doug Knock, Library & Knowledge Services Manager, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Susan Smith, Senior Librarian, Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Stephen Ayre, Library Services Manager, George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust

Parallel session 6e

Emerging technologies and their impact on health libraries
YiWen Hon, Knowledge Resources Manager, Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust and David Low, Knowledge and Innovation Programme Manager, Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust

Laughter for healthcare
Rebecca Deller, Founder, L1fe Balance

Bishop and Le Fanu
Everyone’s a winner - the pros and pros of volunteering with Evidence Aid
Isla Kuhn, Medical Librarian, University of Cambridge   

Parallel session 7

Parallel session 7a

A new city wide trust for Manchester: a tale of merging two library services
Steven Glover, Head of Library Services, Michelle Dutton, Librarian and  Stephen Woods, Deputy Library Manager, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

The Essex Libraries Project: managing library and knowledge services across three NHS Acute Trusts
Liz Hunwick, Library Manager, Basildon & Thurrock University Hospitals Foundation Trust and Imrana Ghumra, Co-Chair, HLG

Parallel session 7b

How to create eLearning effectively - lessons learnt from the STEP eLearning Project
Sarah Lewis, Library Services Manager, Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust and Tracey Pratchett, Knowledge and Library Services Manager, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Seeing things from a new perspective! An eye-opening experience taking on a module tutor role
Lisa Flint, Information Manager, University of Hertfordshire

Parallel session 7c

Stepping outside the box and shrugging off the cardigan: not JUST a librarian
Gillian Siddall, Academic Librarian, University of Northampton

Parallel session 7d

Literature searching peer review in practice: enhancing the skills of searchers
Rachel Playforth, Assistant Librarian (Knowledge Management), Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

The impact of Clinical Librarians (CLs) in the NHS: findings of a national study
Cathryn James, Clinical Librarian, Derby Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Pip Divall, Clinical Librarian Service Manager, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust

Parallel session 7e

HLISD - fit for the future
David Law, Library Services Manager, Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust and Kate Lomax, Co-founder, Artefacto

Come and ask about NICE Evidence Services
Fran Wilkie, Service Manager, NICE

 

Parallel session 8

Parallel session 8a

#ukmedlibs: Twitter chats and continuing professional development
Tom Roper, Clinical Librarian, Brighton and Sussex NHS Library and Knowledge Service, Holly Case Wyatt, Library and Knowledge Development Lead, Health Education England London and South East and Samantha Burgess, Library Service Manager, Hampshire Healthcare Library Service

Fed-IP – raising your professional profile and building a community
 
Luke Stevens-Burt, Assistant Director (Member Services), CILIP

Parallel session 8b
Is anybody out there? Using interactive peer review methods in online Information Literacy (IL) teaching to encourage engagement, provide feedback, and support learning for distance learners 
 
Zoe Thomas, Assistant Librarian (Information Services), London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

Use of a modified SBAR framework for evidence requests
Roxanne Hart, Improvement Librarian and Siobhan Linsey, Outreach Librarian, Musgrove Park Hospital

Parallel session 8c
Overcoming barriers to beginning research: a practical workshop
Emily Hurt, Clinical Librarian and Alison McLoughlin, Academic Research Nurse, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Parallel session 8d
Why do some libraries get cuts and not others? Learn how to successfully win and defend budget
Penny Bailey, Managing Director, Bailey Solutions Ltd.   

Continuous improvement: the application and parallels between industries and libraries
David Low, Knowledge and Innovation Programme Manager, Pennine Care Foundation Trust

Parallel session 8e
Expand journal access for health professionals with BrowZine
 Jonathan Bunkell, VP Sales, Third Iron, LLC and Mary Hill, Library Manager, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust

Virtual Meet Me: how libraries can encourage the adoption of teleconferencing (Online demonstration, no presentation)
Susan Smith, Senior Librarian, Helen Ashley (via Skype),Head of Education, Sue Hamman (via Skype), Head of Quality, Nursing and Professional Leadership for Central Cheshire Integrated Care Partnership and Victoria O’Higgins (via Skype), Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

 

 

 

 












 

 

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