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UHBW Library and Information Services: Evidence Updates

Library website for UHBW

Evidence Update Bulletins

We produce regular bulletins detailing the latest evidence and literature in the following areas*:

Specialist Groups

*If you are non-UHBW staff we are happy to support you and share our work but please ask for permission first. Copyright remains with the Library at UHBW. Evidence Update Bulletins listed above without hyperlinks are generated and disseminated to email inboxes via KnowledgeShare. To find out if you can access a Bulletin in your speciality please contact

Knowledge Share

KnowledgeShare is our current awareness service, sending you personalised bulletins based on the interests you provide. The topics you provide can be as broad or as specific as you like.

KnowledgeShare gives you access to:

  • Relevant and specific information: You will receive personalised current evidence bulletins relating to your professional interests.
  • Networking opportunities: You will have the opportunity to network with other members of KnowledgeShare, helping to form active communities of practice with peers across the country.
  • Pain-free information access: Once you're set up, you can sit back and relax - the library team will do the rest!

You can access KnowledgeShare by clicking here. If you do not yet have an account, contact to sign up today!

COVID 19 Updates

The Royal Society of Medicine  COVID-19 Series webinars

The COVID-19 learning hub page has been created to support healthcare professionals with access to education and learning resources during the COVID-19 outbreak. Resources include links to access past COVID-19 Series webinars, recommended guidance, specialty training, a round-up of current clinical trials and references from the RSM Library.

COVID-19 Evidence Alerts alerts users to current best evidence for clinical care of people with threatened, suspected or confirmed COVID-19 infection. It is updated every weekday as evidence reports are published in all journals included in MEDLINE. Reports are critically appraised for scientific merit, and those with acceptable scientific merit are appraised for relevance and importance by frontline clinicians.