Alerts are available on a choice of topics or on a saved search and are sent directly to your email helping you; save time, keep up-to-date, and support evidence-based practice.
Aintree Evidence Alerts
Clinical Topics: Cardio, Child Health, Child Mental Health, Critical Care, Dementia, Diabetes, Stroke
Patient Care Topics: End of Life Care, Falls Prevention, NICE News, NICE Medicines & Prescribing
Non-Clinical/Management Topics: NWAS HROD, Digital Health Digest, Kings Fund Health Management, Kings Fund Integrated Care, NHS Improvement
Profession Related: Chief Nursing Officer, Chief Scientific Officer, CCG Bulletin, GP Bulletin, NICE Primary Care
This service is available to all staff and students on placement at Aintree and Walton Centre trusts, community staff and Edge Hill staff and students.
To subscribe or adjust your subscription please complete the form here.
For more information please contact the Aintree Evidence Alerts service AintreeEvidenceAlerts@edgehill.ac.uk
Did you know you can set up an alert on your saved searches?
NICE Evidence gives you access to a range of healthcare databases using your Athens account and you can set up an alert on a saved search.
Setting up an alert will send you an email when new publications are added that match the search criteria. You can select the frequency and format in which you receive these alerts.
For more information or for help setting up a search alert please contact Beccy Roylance, Information Specialist email@example.com
Journal Club Support
Did you know we can help you set up and support your journal club?
Journal clubs can help you keep up to date, and see things from a different perspective through interactive discussions.
Setting up a journal club can be a daunting task, we can help by supporting you to find a style that fits with your group. We can search for articles to help you choose an article to discuss, and we can deliver training to help develop the groups critical appraisal skills.
We can even provide certificates of attendance, to use as evidence for your continuing professional development.
For support with setting up or running a journal club please contact Beccy Roylance, Information Specialist firstname.lastname@example.org