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SNAPP

Ruth Garside, our colleague from the European Centre for Environment and Human Health and Alison Bethel, took an exciting and informative trip to the National Centre for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis to participate in a SNAPP workshop. The Science for Nature... Continue Reading →

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Nature, Health and Wellbeing…Highlights from #OutdoorsforallUK

Last week Noreen was in London spending a day in the illustrious surroundings of the Great Hall at St Barts Hospital. The ‘Transforming Mental Health and Dementia Provision with the Natural Environment’ conference brought health and social care sectors together... Continue Reading →

#CochraneSeoul: A Gathering of the Guardians of the Evidence Ecosystem

Last week Jo Thompson Coon together with Harriet Hunt from the Exeter Test Group and Linda Long from PenTAG travelled to Seoul in South Korea for the 24th Cochrane Colloquium.  What followed was five action-packed days of thought-provoking plenaries, inspiring long and short... Continue Reading →

Negotiating the challenges of childhood brain injury….our baby steps #CerebraHeadAware

This week we are supporting our colleagues in PenCRU (Peninsula Cerebra Research Unit) in raising awareness of brain injury in children by joining in with #CerebraHeadAware week hosted by UK charity Cerebra. As a research team we have worked with... Continue Reading →

Ready, Steady, PRESS!

Our information specialists, Alison and Morwenna, spend a fair amount of time either teaching search skills, or thinking about how to improve methods of teaching search skills. It’s a tricky art requiring regular changes to the content and delivery depending... Continue Reading →

Communication, communication, communication…

This week Morwenna, Alison, Jo, Kath Maguire and Ruth Garside descended on the Knowledge Spa in Truro along with 13 people who work in, manage, own or provide services to care homes in Cornwall to explore how to identify, understand... Continue Reading →

A little bit of everything does you good… reflections on #WWGS2016

This week Jo, Morwenna and Alison have been in London for the first What Works Global Summit an exciting five days of workshops, presentations, meetings and networking. Between us we attended sessions on evidence gap maps, raising media awareness, getting... Continue Reading →

Have you seen our other blog?

Alison and Becca recently attended a workshop at the University of Michigan called Systematic Reviews: Opportunities for Librarians They received funding from the The University of Exeter Medical School Internationalisation Fund to attend the workshop. Their route took them through New York City... Continue Reading →

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