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Photo:  Patrick Mitchell, Health Education England delivering the keynote session entitled "Becoming business critical: Knowledge for Healthcare".

All the HLG 2016 presentations are below in session order.

Thursday 15th September 2016

Morning Plenary

Becoming business critical: Knowledge for Healthcare
Louise Goswami & Patrick Mitchell, Health Education England

Parallel Session 1

Usability theory and an introduction to the eBook matrix (Presentation)
Katie Nicholas & Patrick Glaister, Health Education England & Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

The continued journey in developing a repository: the next steps of building relationships with R&D (Presentation)
Tim Jacobs & Mary Hill, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust

Parallel session 1b

Consumer health information: how the voluntary sector can help (Workshop)
Ruth Carlyle Macmillan, Cancer Support

Parallel session 1c

An end to duplication in current awareness services? KnowledgeShare, CASH and other models for collaboration (Demonstration)
Ben Skinner & Helen Bingham, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust & Health Education England (South)

Parallel session 1d 

Literature search methods for an overview of reviews ('umbrella review' or 'review of reviews') (Demonstration)
Judy Wright,University of Leeds

Parallel session 1e

Writing a stupid book: the trials and jubilations! (Presentation)
Gil Young & Tracey Pratchett, NHS Health Care Libraries - North & Lancashire Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

The use of Twitter to market NHS library services to potential users: a network analysis approach (Presentation)
Steven Glover & Elham Aalai, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Parallel session 2

Parallel session 2a

"Yes, but so what...?" Writing contextualised research summaries to support commissioners' decision making (Presentation)                 Alan Lovell, Bazian Ltd

Parallel session 2b

How to offer reflective writing sessions (Workshop)
Mary Hill, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust

Parallel session 2c (Promenade Lounge)

Public Health England: huh? (Presentation)
Steph Grey, Lorna Burns & Lois Woods, Public Health England

Chasing references: a comparison of Scopus, Web of Science and Google Scholar for forward citation searching (Presentation)
Morwenna Rogers, NIHR CLAHRC South West Peninsula (PenCLAHRC)

Parallel session 2d

Getting hands-on with the LIHNN Literature Searching MOOC (Workshop)
Michelle Maden, Lisa McLaren & Gil Young, University Hospital of South Manchester, NHS Health Care Libraries - North & University of Liverpool

Parallel session 2e (Regency Room)

NICE Evidence Services: training the trainers and how to get the most out of the resources to share with your users (Workshop)
Fran Wilkie & Michael Raynor, NICE

Parallel session 3

Parallel session 3a

Evidence-based commissioning: now and moving forward (Presentation)
Anne Gray, Arden & GEM CSU

Parallel session 3b

Counter-measures: a systematic review of the measurement tools used to demonstrate the impact of libraries in a clinical setting (Presentation)
Pam Collins, The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust

Parallel session 3c 

Supporting the revalidation of nurses and midwives: the response from two NHS Trust library services (Presentation)
Catherine McLaren & Jane Cooper, George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust & Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Parallel session 3d

Giving your library Apptitude: a quest to make my library Appy (Presentation)
Claire Jones & Doug Knock, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Parallel session 3e (Regency Room)

The Public Library Health Offer (Presentation)
Debbie Hicks & Andy Wright,The Reading Agency & The Society of Chief Librarians

Parallel session 4

Parallel session 4a

Hinari: A changing environment for training in the developing world (Presentation)
Gaby Caro, World Health Organization

Knowledge management for health in Africa (Presentation)
Shane Godbolt & Cheryl Twomey, Partnerships in Health Information (PHI)

Parallel session 4b

Principles for good metrics: theory to practice (Workshop)

Alan Fricker & Richard Parker, King's College London & Heart of England Foundation Trust

Parallel session 4c

NHS Libraries Got Talent: how do you assess document supply services across NHS England? (Workshop)
Sue Robertson & David Watson, Buckshealthcare NHS Trust & South Tees Institute of Learning, Research and Innovation

Parallel session 4d

From 1 to 1000 delivering information skills training to the masses: the LIHNN Introduction to Literature Searching MOOC (Demonstration)
Michelle Maden, Lisa McLaren & Gil Young, University Hospital of South Manchester, NHS Health Care Libraries - North & University of Liverpool

Parallel session 4e

Becoming a learning organisation: disseminating 'lessons learned' bulletins (Presentation)
Tracey Pratchett, Lancashire Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Measuring the quality of literature searches (Presentation)
Elaine Garrett, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

Friday 16th September

Keynote Addresses

Championing the role of information professionals in the future of healthcare
Nick Poole, CILIP

From a patient's perspective
Lynn Daniel, Self Management Service (Expert Patient Programme)  

Parallel session 5

Parallel session 5a

Supporting health research proposals: a day in the life of an NIHR Research Design Service information specialist (Demonstration)
Judy Wright, University of Leeds

Parallel session 5b

Talent management: what is it and why is it important? (Workshop)
Claire Bradshaw, Claire Bradshaw Associates

Parallel session 5c (Promenade Lounge)

Developing a research repository for an NHS Trust: communication, co-operation and collaboration (Workshop)
Kate Newell & Pamela Geldenhuys, Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust

Parallel session 5d 

"Access denied"? Accessing published professional information within the NHS) in England: technology, risk, culture, policy and practice (Presentation) 
Catherine Ebenezer, University of Sheffield

Health information for patients and the public: shining a light on the role of NHS libraries (Presentation)
Carol-Ann Regan & Sarah Greening, Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust & Health Education England

Parallel session 5e 

Knowledge for Healthcare: Workforce planning, development and beginning the transformation (Presentation)
David Stewart & Sue Lacey-Bryant, Health Education England

"Introducing the Library": Producing an introductory video for a multi-site library service (Presentation) (Video)
Phillip Barlow, Imperial College London

Parallel session 6a 

Health library user typologies within NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde: mapping physical space to library use (Presentation)
Lynn Easton, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde

Facilitating research amongst radiographers through information literacy workshops (Presentation)
Emily Hurt, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (LTHTR)

Parallel session 6b 

Review of the NHS Library Quality Assurance Framework (LQAF) (Workshop)
Dominic Gilroy, Linda Ferguson & Clare Edwards, Health Education England

Parallel session 6c 

Writing for publication: What we can learn from other people's writing (Workshop)
Maria Grant, HLG & HILJ

Parallel session 6d 

Supporting the Stillbirth and Womb Cancer Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) (Presentation)
Steven Glover & Joanne Whitcombe, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Search summaries: the results of trialling a simple table (Presentation)
Alison Bethel, NIHR CLAHRC South West Peninsula (PenCLAHRC)

Parallel session 6e 

Engaging medical library users through innovative user experience (UX) techniques (Presentation)
Jo Milton, University of Cambridge Medical Library

Bishop and Le Fanu Memorial Lecture

PT your brain – The benefits of exercise on mental health
Gareth Allen, Woburn Coaching

Question Time

Nick Poole, CILIP, Sue Lacey Bryant, Health Education England, Louise Goswami, Health Education England & Ruth Carlyle  Macmillan, Cancer Support

Parallel session 7

Parallel session 7a 

Knowledge for Healthcare resource discovery activities: collaborative work between HEE and NICE (Presentation)
Richard Osborn & Marion Spring, Health Education England & NICE

Parallel session 7b (Vita Dome Lounge)

Knowledge Café: join an open and creative conversation and see knowledge management in action (Workshop)
Rachel Cooke, Caroline Storer & Laura Wilkes, Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust, NHS Digital & West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust

Parallel session 7c 

Practical tools to collect evidence of Impact: using the online Impact toolkit (Workshop)
Susan Smith & Doug Knock, Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust & King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Parallel session 7d

Experience of implementing a ProQuest and EBSCO discovery environment at two NHS trust library Services (Presentation)
Steven Glover, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Please note there are two sets of presentation slides available for this presentation - set one and set two.

Parallel session 7e 

The development of validated UK geographic search filters for MEDLINE and Embase (Presentation)
Rachel Adams, Elizabeth Barrett & Amy Finnegan, NICE

Show me the money: Return on Investment and contingent valuation in NHS Libraries (Presentation)
Andrew Brown, Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust

 

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