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These modules are designed to help the healthcare workforce (clinical and non-clinical) build confidence to search published literature for articles and evidence relevant to their work, study and research. The modules are short (each taking no more than 20 minutes to complete) and may be ‘dipped into’ for reference, or completed to obtain a certificate. There are seven modules suitable for novice searchers and those wishing to refresh their knowledge.
The PHeLT toolkit brings together a suite of resources to help you improve your skills in the areas of critical appraisal, understanding copyright, and ethical use of information, including correct referencing.
This journal is currently open access
Funded by the West of England AHSN and developed by Anna Powell-Smith and Dr Ben Goldacre, the site aims to make NHS prescribing data clear, open and accessible. You can use it to explore patterns of prescribing nationally, in CCGs, and in individual GP practices.
Public Health Lancashire now have full access to this database, You will need a Public Health Athens username to access it. See the Athens page of this blog for more details.
MAG online healthcare journals cover nursing, midwifery, medicine, allied health professionals and animal health.