We are keen to help anyone in the health and care system in England learn more about the work we do and how they can get help, support and advice from the NHS Knowledge and Library Services – locally, regionally and nationally.
This series of webinars offer free, short – usually 30 minute presentations with relevant experts and guest presenters on a broad range of topics to share more about the service and how to get access.
To sign up for any of these virtual events please complete the registration via the link with each programme.
Regularly updated the programme includes:
Wednesday 7 Sept 12:30 – 1:15pm
The benefits of BMJ Best Practice to clinicians and trainees in Primary Care with Kieran Walsh, Clinical Director, BMJ Best Practice.
A webinar for place-based practitioners on how to get the most from BMJ Best Practice, in practice, on call and during study.
- BMJ Best Practice – all you need to know about free access and all the support products around BMJ Best Practice on one webpage
- You will need your OpenAthens account live in advance – Don’t have an account? Register now
- Watch the recording of this webinar – to follow
- Download the slides from this webinar
- Book a short, 30min training session – including evening out of hours events
23 September: 12.30 -1.30pm
Ensuring decisions are underpinned by evidence from research with Patrick Mitchell, Director of Innovation, Digital and Transformation, HEE and Sue Lacey Bryant – Chief Knowledge Officer, HEE
Healthcare is a knowledge intensive industry. No wonder the new Health and Care Act sets a legal duty the NHS, and ICBs specifically, to facilitate the use of evidence from research. Helping you fulfil this responsibility, HEE is leading a transformative approach to mobilising knowledge, and placing evidence at the fingertips of clinical and operational NHS staff and learners.
Sign up now! Registration closes on Monday 19 September
Slides and recording to follow soon
Thursday 20 October 12:30 – 1.15pm:
Health disparities: using data and health literacy techniques to reduce inequalities with Ruth Carlyle and Sue Robertson, NHS Knowledge and Library Services, HEE
To address health disparities, we need to focus on improving health literacy, digital literacy and digital access. In this session you will find out about our newly available maps and online tool using, place-based geodata to identify levels of health literacy and digital access in your area.
The session will also – and introduce our health literacy elearning programme. It will explain how to use the techniques as part of a series of steps to address local health disparities.
Sign up now! Registration closes on Friday 14 October
Wednesday 23 November 12:30 – 1.15pm
Supporting the public with health choices: Easy read guides and health literacy training for all with Ruth Carlyle and Sue Robertson, NHS Knowledge and Library Services, HEE
Changes in the NHS are placing increasing emphasis on the ability of members of the public to participate in shared decision making. This session introduces two guides for healthcare practitioners, carers and third sector colleagues who support people with learning disabilities and autism. These were co-produced with people with lived experience of learning difficulties and autism and will be of value more widely as easy read tools. The session demonstrates borough-level data in health literacy (the ability to access, assess and use health information) and digital access as part of targeting the use of the easy read tools.
Sign up now! Registration closes on Friday 18 November
Tuesday 13 December 12.30 – 1.15pm
Your library is online: support for nurses and midwives from knowledge and library services with Alan Fricker – Knowledge and Library Hub Manager
The NHS Knowledge and Library Hub is here to help you quickly access the evidence you need. It can connect you with wide ranging resources specifically useful for nurses and midwives, during training, in practice and for professional development. It can also smooth your path to help from your local library team.
Join Alan Fricker to explore how to make the most of the full range of evidence support available to you. The Knowledge and Library Hub is NHS funded so freely available to staff and trainees. There will be time for your questions after an initial walk through.
Registration details to follow soon. closes on Friday 9 December
Download a PDF of the programme
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