1. Use the Knowledge mobilisation self-assessment tool and checklist
Use the knowledge mobilisation self-assessment tool and checklist. Work with your health library and knowledge specialist to craft an action plan to maximise your use of evidence and knowledge to inform decisions.
2. Promote the NHS Knowledge and Library Hub
Promote the NHS Knowledge and Library Hub. Enabling healthcare staff and learners to get quick and free access to high quality knowledge and evidence resources for work, study and development.
3. Promote BMJ Best Practice
Promote BMJ Best Practice. Embed in your EHR for staff, learners, clinical leads and educators.
4. Make the most of staff ‘know how’
Make the most of the ‘know-how’ of your staff, using straightforward techniques to facilitate knowledge sharing across teams, projects and whole programmes.
Across an integrated care system:
5. Review provision of quality assured NHS knowledge and library services
Review provision of quality assured NHS knowledge and library services . Enabling equitable access to services as outlined in the NHS Education Contract.
6. Use our outline ICS business case
Use our outline ICS Business Case. Ensure access to evidence and knowledge services and work with your local NHS library to support this. Further details available from email@example.com
7. Use our geodata tool
Use our geodata tool to map local health and digital literacy to plan cross-sectoral initiatives to empower people to engage with health information.
8. Find out more about learning health systems
Find out more about Learning Health Systems See how your library and knowledge specialist contributes to the development of learning health systems.
9. Support local organisations to collaborate
Support local organisations to collaborate Improving knowledge management across your system
9 steps poster
This webpage is a more accessible version of a poster that you can access here.