SilverDarkSea

Book review: The silver dark sea

‘The silver dark sea’ by Susan Fletcher is a tale set on the island of Parla, a remote community a two hour ferry trip from the mainland. Although it isn’t made explicit it has the feel of a Scottish island. The islanders are struggling to come to terms with the drowning of Tom Bundy when […]

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Covid19

COVID-19 – SARS-CoV-2

COVID-19 – SARS-CoV-2 View full, regularly updated, details on our Coronavirus page  – including resources for updating skills for frontline staff working in unfamiliar settings and PPE. In response to the outbreak several publishers and organisations are providing free access to their published articles and news related to #coronavirus  NHS England – Knowledge for Healthcare […]

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Coronavirus Bulletins -older editions

  Coronavirus Bulletin April 28 Coronavirus Bulletin April 21 Coronavirus Bulletin April 14 Coronavirus Bulletin April 6 Coronavirus Bulletin March 31 Coronavirus Bulletin March 24 Coronavirus Bulletin March 17 Coronavirus Bulletin March 10

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TheStories

Book Review – The Stories

We hadn’t read any short stories previously so Jane Gardam’s collection ‘The Stories’ was a departure for us. Gardam’s writing is lovely – full of detail and gentle humour and great insight. The stories are very English although covering a range of genres (domestic, fantasy, end of Empire) and settings (Yorkshire, Wimbledon, Hong Kong, Malta) […]

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#WeCARE Open Office

#WeCARE Open Office…is open! What is Open Office? It is a listening service creating a space for staff to come and talk through their thoughts and feelings in a non-judgmental, confidential and safe environment; A confidential and private space, away from the more formalised support structures within the hospital hierarchy;  Validation of everyone’s emotions and experiences (positive […]

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Book review – The Century Girls

The Century Girls by Tessa Dunlop was published to coincide with the anniversary of the first votes for women in this country. It interweaves the stories of six very different women mainly born during WW1 who have celebrated their 100th birthdays in the last few years and gives a fascinating insight into the impact of […]

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eResources

What resources are available?

Please click on the link to open a document detailing the databases and journals available to NHS OpenAthens account holders (please note that the ‘local’ KGH subscriptions require a KGH NHS OpenAthens account. Library eResources

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