NHS Knowledge and Library Service webinar
Free webinar: Your library is online: support for nurses and midwives
The NHS Knowledge and Library Hub is here to help you quickly access the information and evidence you need.
It connects you to a wide range of online resources specifically useful for nurses and midwives, during training, in practice and for professional development. For example, you can get access to The Royal Marsden Manual and a large selection of Oxford medical handbooks relevant to your profession or specialism. Using the Hub can also smooth your path to help from your local NHS library team if you have one.
Join Alan Fricker, Knowledge and Library Hub manager, to explore how to make the most of the full range of evidence support available to you, as well as how to access and navigate the Hub. There will be time for your questions after an initial introduction.
Book your place Registration closes on Friday 9 December 2022
Free webinar: Giving the Gift of Time to help healthcare teams improve patient outcomes and productivity
By tapping into the services offered by their local NHS knowledge and library teams, NHS organisations can realise significant value and benefits. These services can deliver a minimum economic benefit of £2.40, for every £1 invested. This is by taking the heavy lifting out of putting evidence into practice and giving the gift of time.
Join Sue Lacey Bryant, Chief Knowledge Officer and Clare Edwards, Deputy Head of Knowledge and Library Services on Tuesday 24 January 12.30 – 1.15pm. Hear the findings of The Value Proposition: The Gift of Time, an independent report which powerfully demonstrates the economic benefits that NHS knowledge and library services generate for the NHS, such as:
freeing up time for your clinical and operational staff to focus on patient care
taking the heavy lifting out of sourcing and sifting the right evidence you require
providing the evidence for informed decision to improve outcomes, quality of care, patient experience, safety and productivity
The Knowledge and Library Hub is NHS funded so freely available to staff and trainees.