Answered By: Juliet Marconi Last Updated: Jan 06, 2017 Views: 19
Yes, the Library & Knowledge Centre does offer training in the following:
CKN Overview: Summary of The Clinicians Knowledge Network and the resources available (1 hr duration).
Database (Literature) Searching: How to build an effective search for complex topics (1.5 hr duration).
Searching the Evidence: How to search evidence-based resources (1.5 hr duration)
Introduction to EndNote: Beginners course in EndNote, referencing software (1.5 hr duration)
The LKC offers these sessions on a regular basis to small groups, or you can contact the library to organise a one-on-one session at a mutually convenient time. LKC staff can also visit workplaces to deliver training to small groups.
For rural / remote clients, we can also offer phone / remote desktop access sessions (one on one or small group) or webex / teleconferencing sessions (for larger groups).
If you would like the LKC to provide training in something that isn't listed here, please contact us to discuss options.
For full details, please visit the Training page on our website.
The LKC team does not provide training for general IT / computer skills or specific software programs, eg MS Word or MS Excel. We do not provide technical support for how to use software, your personal devices or CHHHS computers.