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       Ice Breakers
       Training Plans
       Training Materials


Ice Breakers

Information seeking ice-breaker (Judy Richardson)

Networking Exercise (Judy Richardson)

Icebreakers (Lucy Anderson):techniques for beginning a training session

Training Plans

Assisted Literature Search Plan from Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Literature Searching Lesson plan for University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust

Training Materials

CATNiP The CATNiP wiki has been developed to supplement the LIHNN Critical Appraisal Training Workshops. It aims to provide support and resources for those intending to deliver critical appraisal training.

Clinical Librarians Journal Club

Library help sheets from Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Short guides produced by Library & Knowledge Services, Education Centre, West Cumberland Hospital

Short guides produced by Mersey Care Knowledge and Library Service


Cochrane quick guide

Database searching

Interactive Training Resources (Clare Payne)

Critical Appraisal Skills Programme (CASP): Critical appraisal is the process of carefully and systematically examining research to judge its trustworthiness, and its value and relevance in a particular context. CASP provides resources and learning and development opportunities to support critical appraisal skills development in the UK.

E-learning Materials from University of Leicester

Facilitating critical appraisal (Michelle Maden and Debra Thornton)Facilitating critical appraisal (Michelle Maden and Debra Thornton)

Fact-finding mission (Lucy Anderson, Michelle Maden and Michael Reid):useful facts and figures to demonstrate the value of medical databases

Using quizzes (Mary Hill): examples of how to use a quiz to reinforce learning

Who wants to be a millionaire quiz (Michael Reid)

Demystifying MeSH (Michelle Madden)

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