Health Education England (HEE) are conducting user research to help inform the development of their Learning Solution and e-Learning for Healthcare Hub to ensure they meet the needs of users. This user research will focus on key areas that will underpin future development.

Could you help? The research will use methods including interviews, surveys, focus groups etc. and you can choose which of these you wish to take part in. They promise it won't take up too much of your time!

If you can help, please click on the following link and provide your details: https://healtheducationyh.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/user-research 

You are invited to attend Cumbria's annual research conference...

Friday 11th May, 9.30am - 4pm at Newton Rigg College, Penrith


Join the research team for a day of talks and workshops to learn about research happening in Cumbria and how you can get involved.

If you would like to attend please contact: research@cumbria.nhs.uk, or 01228 603126, by the 20th of April indicating whether you will be joining for the buffet lunch (including dietary requirements).

Steve Morgan (Practice Based Evidence) presents: Working with Strengths

Steve has been developing and delivering a Strengths Approach since it was first formally introduced to me by Professor Charlie Rapp in 1991."It has been without doubt the most exciting and influential set of ideas I have experienced throughout a long and varied career; and expanded further through my reading around the Gallup organisation strengths literature."

Steve now offers FREE access to ideas that will help you identify and work with your own strengths. Whether it is our own personal development, or that of others around us, it shouldn’t be a secret as to how we can become more of who we really are. 

Click here to find out more about the 8-point Strengths Checklist, and a range of other resources.

Need to search for published evidence? Want to do it well? These e-learning modules are for you!

Designed to help healthcare staff and students (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 first three are available now:

Free access, no login required (NHS OpenAthens login is optional) unless you want a certificate!

Find out more here https://www.e-lfh.org.uk/programmes/literature-searching/ and find a poster to display.

Need a hand? Ask Cumbria NHS Library & Knowledge Services.