PIF was delighted to work with the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP) Health Libraries Group to hold this event. The event was aimed at library staff who may be expanding their services to include patient information, in addition to the service they currently provide for staff.
You can view the agenda for the day here, and access presentations via the links below:
Welcome and introduction
Nicole Naylor – Joint Head of Operations, Patient Information Forum
Making a difference - the benefits and value of providing high-quality health information
Daniel Livesey - Library and Knowledge Service Manager, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
Implementing innovative ways to give patients access to your information
Theresa Sullivan - Macmillan Patient Information Lead, Mount Vernon Cancer Centre and Lynda Jackson Macmillan Centre
Innovative ways to give patients access to your information
Holly Case - Outreach Librarian, Surrey & Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
Managing challenging enquiries
Deena Maggs - Head of Information and Knowledge Services, The King's Fund
What is high quality health information and where do you find it?
Natasha Howard - Library Manager, Aubrey Keep Library, NELFT NHS Foundation Trust and Caroline De Brún - Knowledge & Evidence Specialist, South West and Thames Valley, Public Health England