2nd Evidence in Practice Award Open for Entries


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The 2nd Evidence in Practice Award is now open for entries.

In approximately 750 words, can you describe a case study where your work has influenced clinical practice? We are looking for examples of good evidence-based librarianship practice in a healthcare setting, examples of where librarians and information professionals have influenced clinical practice and patient outcomes. The competition is open to partnerships of clinical and health professionals in the UK.

The winning partnership will each receive a Personal Digital Assistant, £500 each towards attendance at a professional conference or course of their choice, plus a free delegate place at the 3rd Clinical Librarian conference. Prizes are jointly sponsored by NLH and BMJ Group.

Entries can be submitted up to 31st March 2007 after which anonymised case studies will be judged by an independent panel combining clinical and information expertise. The judges' decision will be final.

The award will be presented at the 3rd UK Clinical Librarian Conference, 11th & 12th June 2007, St William's College, York Minster, where the award winners will an opportunity to share their example of successful practice.

Online entry for the award is available at: http://www.insitefulsurveys.com/Survey.asp?SI=110406111828

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