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'The Best Laid Plans...' 

 

Speaker: Ray Philips, The King's Fund 

Date: Tuesday, 12th June 2012 

Time: 6.30pm 

Venue: The Square (Wine Bar), 26 Tolmers Square, London NW1 2PE (behind Euston Square station) 

Map: http://g.co/maps/w973q 

 

Ray Philips will be talking about coping with, and taking advantage of, the unexpected or unwanted, when re-developing a library and information service, based on his own experiences at The King's Fund. 

 

This talk will be of particular value to anyone registered for CILIP Chartership and can contribute towards CPD requirements. Refreshments will be available afterwards. 

 

Please book via the form located at: http://tinyurl.com/cilijune2012. It would be helpful if you could say how you found out about this event. 

 

CILIP in London evening meetings are free to CILIP members (with a 5 charge for non-members) and are open to all with a professional interest in the topic. 

 

We encourage you to blog or tweet about this event (#ciliplndn) 

 

This event has been sponsored by Credo Reference.

 

 

 

Alan Fricker

Knowledge & Library Service Manager

Barts Health NHS Trust

Newham University Hospital

Glen Road, Plaistow, E13 8SL

T: 020 7363 8016

F: 020 7363 8087

Website: www.bartshealth.nhs.uk

Library Portal: newhamcat.nhslibraries.com

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