[Skip to content]

Database

The CASH Database

The database is the hub of the CASH service. The content can be added, searched and exported to create personalised alerting services for library customers.  There are a number of newsfeeds that can be embedded into external CAS website pages keeping them constantly updated with the latest content.

To search for a specific item enter a keyword that may appear in either the title or summary.

Database entry is very quick and easy, see the Database Quick Guide for further support.

Search Tips

  • Search for the first three words in the title e.g. "Five year forward" will find everything about the Five Year Forward View
  • Browse a category from the drop-down list to see the latest news on that topic

  • Enter a keyword to narrow your search e.g. Category Mental Health and Keyword Parity 

Database Search

TitleSourceYear of publicationAbstract
‘It’s everywhere’: alcohol’s public face and private harmCommission on Alcohol Harm2020This Commission was set up by alcohol health experts and parliamentarians to examine the full...
‘It’s in your hands – prevent sepsis in health care’: 5th May 2018, World Health Organization (WHO)...Journal of Hospital Infection2018This article outlines the Clean Your Hands campaign, which aims to bring people together in...
‘Lessons and Legacy from the COVID-19 Pandemic in Health and Care’, The AHSN Network The AHSN Network2020The findings of this report highlight the importance of treating health as our greatest national...
‘Red bags’ to be rolled out across England’s care homes getting patients home from hospital quickerNHS England2018The red bags, which contain key paperwork, medication and personal items, are handed to ambulance...
‘See Through the Symptoms’ GP awareness campaign for never smoking lung cancers launched ALK Positive UK2021Lung cancer in never-smokers is the UK’s 8th most common cause of cancer-related death. The...
‘The gloves are off’ campaignNHS England2018This case study added to NHS England’s Shared Atlas of Learning in December 2018,...
‘The most difficult thing I have done in my life’: reflections on leading through Covid-19, The...The King's Fund2020Many leadership consultants and coaches have been struck by the range and intensity of the thoughts...
‘Through the visor’: reflecting on multidisciplinary experiences of the COVID-19 first wave, BGSBritish Geriatrics Society2021The British Geriatrics Society (BGS) has published a report from a survey of its...
‘Weak antibiotic pipeline’ poses threat to antimicrobial resistance (AMR) fight PharmaTimes 2019Two reports from the World Health Organisation highlight concern over the lack of investment. It is...
‘When a child dies’; the development of a collaborative education programme to enhance care and...Atlas of Shared Learning, NHS England2019Nurse leaders within the Clinical Simulation Centre (CSC) at Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS...