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Health Sciences Library Group

May 31st, 2005 | Posted by hslg in Uncategorized - (0 Comments)

The Health Sciences Libraries Group is committed to empowering all our members to excellence in the field of information management, and by doing so, advancing health for all. The Health Sciences Lib Read more

HEAR Issue 5 October 2015

October 5th, 2015 | Posted by Caroline Rowan in HEAR newsletters - (Comments Off)

Welcome to the October issue of HEAR: Health Evidence Awareness Report. October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and so this issue focuses on breast cancer, providing you with fast facts, news articles, systematic reviews, clinical guidelines and patient awareness leaflets. Please scroll down for the PDF link, if you are unable to view the newsletter … Read more

HINT Volume 13 Issue 3 Autumn 2015

September 13th, 2015 | Posted by Caroline Rowan in HINT Newsletter - (Comments Off)

Welcome to the Autumn edition of HINT. In this issue, we have a report from Aoife Lawton on the EAHIL Workshops in Edinburgh and a report from Diarmuid Stokes on the CONUL conference which took place in Athlone.  Louise Farragher of the Health Research Board recommends 5 websites, Caroline Rowan reports on an Online Privacy session which … Read more

HEAR Issue 4 September 2015

August 28th, 2015 | Posted by Caroline Rowan in HEAR newsletters - (Comments Off)

Our latest issue of HEAR is now out. In this issue we look at heart health. With cardiovascular disease the most common cause of death in Ireland, accounting for 36% of all deaths, heart health is a topic of significant interest to both healthcare professionals and the general public. In our newsletter you can find … Read more

HINT Volume 13 Issue 2 Summer 2015

June 22nd, 2015 | Posted by Caroline Rowan in HINT Newsletter | News - (Comments Off)

Welcome to our latest issue of HINT. In it there are reports on LILAC and LIR as well as our own HSLG conference which took place in May. Anne O’Byrne fills us in on the history of the Rotunda Hospital Library and Mary Dunne asks “What’s value and impact got to do with it?”, examining … Read more

HSLG2015 – Conference Presentations

May 28th, 2015 | Posted by Caroline Rowan in Conference | Events | News - (Comments Off)

The presentations from this year’s conference can now be viewed via Slideshare. Many thanks to all our presenters for allowing us to share their presentations.   Transferable Skills of Librarians into Research Environments: Examining the skills and abilities that make this a natural synergy  Jane Burns “The future depends on what you do today”: evolving subject support … Read more

HSLG2015 Conference Programme

April 21st, 2015 | Posted by Caroline Rowan in Conference | News - (Comments Off)

  2015 Annual Conference Health Librarianship: Evolution or Extinction Sheraton Athlone Hotel   Thursday 14 May  09.30 Registration, Coffee and Sponsor Exhibition 10.00  Welcome Address HSLG Chair Michael Doheny 10.15  CPD Parallel Sessions Mala Mann – Critical Appraisal Des Doyle – Presentation, Communication & Management Skills  12.30 – 13.45 Lunch and Sponsor Exhibition  13.45  Parallel … Read more

Health Librarianship: Evolution or Extinction? The 2015 Annual Conference of the Health Sciences Library Group (HSLG) will take place on 14 – 15 May in the Sheraton Athlone Hotel, Gleeson Street, Athlone. This two day conference includes a full day of CPD training so don’t miss out! Registration is now open: www.regonline.com/hslg2015 For Hotel reservations … Read more

HEAR Issue 2 April 2015

March 25th, 2015 | Posted by amadden in HEAR newsletters - (0 Comments)

The 2nd issue of HEAR (Health Evidence & Awareness Report) is on the topic of Bowel (or colorectal) Cancer to coincide with Bowel Cancer month – April 2015. Please feel free to distribute this publication as widely as possible. Feedback for the 1st issue was very positive and encouraging so we would like to keep … Read more

HINT Volume 13 Issue 1, Spring 2015

March 16th, 2015 | Posted by Diarmuid Stokes in HINT Newsletter | News - (Comments Off)

The first HINT of 2015 starts with a call for presentations for the annual HSLG conference in May. There are also reports from the A&SL/HSLG networking evening, the A&SL Annual Conference, Twitter training in University College Dublin and Systematic Review Training in National University of Ireland Galway. We also have a Day in the life from Isabelle … Read more