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Burgers and pickled onions

A guest blog from our work experience student, Daisy... This week, I’ve been on work experience week with the Evidence Synthesis Team. On Tuesday we travelled down to Falmouth for the College of Medicine and Health Annual Research Event at... Continue Reading →

EAHIL 2019, Basel, Switzerland

EAHIL, the European Association for Health Information and Libraries, run a standard conference one year followed by a workshop year the next. 2019 was a workshop year, which was held last month in the beautiful city of Basel. Alison and... Continue Reading →

Tri yn mynd ar antur yn y gwanwyn

Last week Jo, Michael and Vicki travelled to the beautiful city of Cardiff for the British Geriatric Society Spring Meeting armed with posters and a desire to share and learn. We had a fabulous time, hugely aided by the friendly... Continue Reading →

Once upon a time…

Once upon a time, our band of merry synthesisers set off on a journey to a faraway land.  They had heard of a gathering, in a place called Eydin, where some of the most talented synthesisers in all the world... Continue Reading →

“Librarians don’t know everything. They just know how to find everything” EAHIL 2017 Dublin Castle, Dublin

Last week our information specialists Alison and Morwenna were in Dublin for the combined ICML and EAHIL conference. We ran two workshops, the first on using the CADTH tool PRESS to review search strategies, and the second comparing different techniques for... 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 →

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