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HINT Summer 2021

HINT 19(2) Summer 2021

Contents:

  • A Message to the Future: Rotunda’s Time Capsule (Elaine Peppard)
  • The Library Becomes a Place to ‘Spark’ and Make Ideas a Reality (Natasha Smith & Miriam Williams)
  • HSLG Virtual Journal Club Report: Reflective Practice in Health Sciences Librarianship (Breeda Herlihy)
  • Review of YHEC Zoom Training: Advanced Search Strategy Design for Complex Topics:
  • Strategy Development, Text Analytics and Text Mining (Anne Madden)  
  • Research and Information Intersection (3): Creating a Research and Information Needs Analysis (Bernard Barrett)
  • Tips for Writing in Plain English  (Niamh O’Sullivan)
  • Book Review: “The Adventures of China Iron” by Gabriela Cabezón Cámara (Elaine Peppard)
  • LITE Reading (Library, Information, Technology & Evidence) (MaryDunne)
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HINT SPRING 2019

Our first issue of HINT (Health Information News and Thinking) for 2019 is finally here!

This issue is a HSLG 2019 Conference Special so there’s plenty of photos and reviews of the conference held in February this year.

To view our latest issue click here

We love to hear about new initiatives, projects and events running in your library. If you would like to submit content for the Summer issue of HINT please send details to contacthslg@gmail.com

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HINT Winter 2017

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Our latest issue of HINT is out now! This issue includes information on how to submit your poster/presentation abstract for next year’s HSLG annual conference. Anne Madden gives us an update on The HEAL Project and Bernard Barrett talks about the deployment of Research and Information Mentors within Tusla.  Also included in this issue are reports on recent training events attended by HSLG members, upcoming courses/conferences and our regular ‘Handy Hints’ feature courtesy of Niamh O’Sullivan. I hope you all enjoy this issue.

 

 

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HINT – EAHIL special issue

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Click here  to view the latest issue of HINT. In this bumper issue we have a number of reports from our bursary winners on the recent ICML/EAHIL conference that took place in June in Dublin Castle. We have a very interesting report from Grace Hillis on her visit to the National Library as part of the LAI’s Library Ireland Week Library Staff Exchange Scheme and information on how to get involved with the #EvidenceInformedHealthcare campaign. This issue also includes regular features such as our fantastic ‘Handy Hints’ column brought to you by Niamh O’Sullivan and information on upcoming library related conferences and training events. On behalf of the HSLG committee team we hope you enjoy our latest issue of HINT.

HINT 15(2) Summer 2017

Marie and Mary, Communication Officers, HSLG.

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HINT, volume 14, issue 3 now available

Included in this issue:

  • HSLG research workshop reports by Fiona Lawlor and by Grace Hillis
  • Open Access seminar reports by Bennery Rickard and by Louise Bradley
  • Conference report – Health Libraries Group 2016 by Mary Dunne
  • Evidence based practice: C-EBLIP Knowledge Café by Aoife Lawton; and Brief commentary and HEAR diabetes;
  • Handy hints by Niamh O’Sullivan and Useful resources by Louise Farragher

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If you would like the opportunity to publish a conference report, review a book, share a Day in Your Life, highlight a library project , or open a discussion on a Health Science Library topic… Contact the Editorial Team at the HSLG. contacthslg@gmail.com

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New issue of HINT now available

The summer issue of HINT is now available. In this issue are reports from a range of conferences and seminars such as:

  • HSLG 2016 conference by Jane Burns, Geraldine Walsh, Anne O’Byrne  and Grace Hillis
  • EAHIL 2016 in Saville by Aoife Lawton
  • EvidenceLive from Oxford by Anne Madden
  • Library as Place; Place as Library by Grace Hillis

We also have a report on HSLG activities during the last year from the Chair, Michael Doheny, a poster on the HEAR Newsletter by Caroline Rowan, a book review on altmetrics by Michelle Dalton and a Day in the Life by Bennery Rickard.

So much to get through and you can get your hands on it here.