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Knowledge for Healthcare (KfH)


Following extensive work by the HEE Library and Knowledge Services Leads, Health Education England published Knowledge for Healthcare: a development framework for NHS library and knowledge services in England, 2015-2020on 31 December 2014.

There is also a briefing paper that summarise the key messages from Knowledge for Healthcare.

See https://www.hee.nhs.uk/our-work/research-learning-innovation/library-knowledge-services  for information on the HEE work programme for NHS Library and Knowledge Services.


The background to the development of the framework

HEE published their Workforce Strategy in 2014 and requested a national review of NHS LKS. The review was intended to identify future leadership requirements, service models and continuous quality improvement methodologies to ensure that LKS remain a fundamental and integral part of NHS service provision. Once work started it became apparent that a development framework for NHS LKS was required rather than a review.

Purpose:

To develop and publish a framework for the development of library and knowledge
services in NHS England, 2014 - 2028. This was revised to cover the period 2015-2020 during the time developing the framework.

Governance:

The Working Group initially reported to the HEE Director of Education and Quality and the Director of Strategy and finally to Patrick Mitchell, Director of National Programmes (now Regional Director South of England), Health Education England. He is the Senior Responsible Owner for NHS LKS. Individual Library & Knowledge Service Leads were responsible for reporting to their own LETBs and local LKS staff.

The governance structure shows how the individual working groups and task and finish groups relate to one another.

For further details please read Knowledge for Healthcare. 

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