Knowledge for Healthcare 2021-26 is the strategic framework for NHS funded knowledge and library services in England.
It sets the direction for the development of these services.
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NHS bodies, their staff, learners, patients and the public use the right knowledge and evidence, at the right time, in the right place, enabling high quality decision-making, learning, research and innovation to achieve excellent healthcare and health improvement.
In this video, Sue Lacey-Bryant, National Lead for NHS Knowledge and Library Services gives an overview of the refreshed Knowledge for Healthcare strategy.
Overview of Knowledge for Healthcare 2021-6
Sue Lacey-Bryant gives an overview to KLS staff about the refreshed Knowledge for Healthcare strategy. Recorded on 20 April 2021.
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The national library and knowledge services team deliver the strategic vision through 5 main workstreams:
- Health literacy and patient information
- Mobilising evidence and knowledge
- Quality and impact
- Resource discovery
- Workforce planning and development
Our internal knowledge management service plays a key role as we develop our work to bring knowledge for healthcare and informing decision making across Health Education England.
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