The NHSGGC Library Network provides library and information services to all staff working within NHSGGC and its partner organisations.
With nine staffed libraries across NHS Glasgow and Clyde, we offer access to an extensive collection of healthcare, management and social work resources, in print, on-line and on time.
To use our library resources, as well as having access to most print and electronic library resources within NHS Scotland, please register for an Athens account at https://www.athensregistration.scot.nhs.uk. If you already have an account, please check that your contact details are up to date. If you need help changing them, just contact our Athens team – [email protected].
All our libraries are currently unstaffed while staff work from home. Most of the libraries can be accessed via keypad or swipe card - details here. Library staff can be contacted by email or via Teams, and you can also find us on [email protected] You can also make an enquiry or a request at www.quest.scot.nhs.uk.
These modules are designed to help the healthcare workforce (clinical and non-clinical) in Scotland build confidence to search published literature for articles and evidence relevant to their work, study and research. They are short (each takes 20 minutes to complete) and may be ‘dipped into’ for reference or completed to obtain a certificate. There are six modules suitable for novice searchers and those wishing to refresh their knowledge, providing a total of 2 hours CPD time.
The Literature Searching modules are freely accessible to anyone with a Turas Learn account, which is available to all health and care staff in Scotland. If you do not have an account already, please Register. This will ensure your learning activity is recorded and you will be able to generate a record of completion.
Get started on improving your search skills: learn.nes.nhs.scot/16571
Contact the Help Desk with any questions or feedback: [email protected]
(Originally developed by NHS Health Education England, these modules have been adapted with permission for an NHSScotland audience by NES Knowledge Services)