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Friday, November 11, 2011

Calling NHS personnel: free Knowledge Management online learning resources developed for and by the NHS

Hello everyone,

I’m writing to you in your capacity as a member of the Knowledge Management group on eSpace. I would like to bring to your attention a series of new, free Knowledge Management online learning resources developed for and by the NHS at: www.ksslibraries.nhs.uk/elearning/km. The resources are jointly developed by the Department of Health Informatics Directorate (DHID) Knowledge Management team and the NHS Library and Knowledge Services at KSS & Deanery, Brighton & Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust. The resources are designed to help you to:

  • Develop a strategy for knowledge retention and sharing
  • Plan how an individual, team or organisation can learn from the experience of others
  • Capture, share and preserve resources from individuals or teams
  • Record and share learning and experience gained from project or work
  • Understand how knowledge management techniques have helped other organisations
Select the modules that most suit your learning needs. Each module lasts between 15 and 40 minutes.

Visit www.ksslibraries.nhs.uk/elearning/km to get your knowledge management learning started. To find the resource in the NHS eLearning repository, navigate directly to: http://www.elearningrepository.nhs.uk/LOR/search/default.aspx?q=knowledge+management, or go to: http://www.elearningrepository.nhs.ukand browse to KSF -> Information and Knowledge -> IK2 Information collection and analysis, and you will find the resource listed as: Knowledge Management eLearning Resource.

Each module provides a feedback form; let me know if you have thoughts or comments in general about the resource.

Kind regards,
You can access further Knowledge Management resources at:
KM Toolkit: http://nww.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk/km (N3 connection required)
Knowledge Harvesting Toolkit: http://nww.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk/km/resources/assets/knowledgeharv/index_html (N3 connection required)
eSpace: http://www.espace.nhs.uk/
Training materials: http://nww.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk/km/resources/presentations/index_html (N3 connection required)
Quick Reference guides: http://nww.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk/km/resources/postcards/index_html (N3 connection required)
Transition guidance: http://www.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk/systemsandservices/icd/knowledge/transition

Andrew Lambe
Knowledge Management Lead
DH Informatics - Informatics Capability Development
1st Floor, Princes Exchange
Princes Square
Leeds LS1 4HY
e-mail: andrew.lambe AT nhs.net

NHS Connecting for Health supports the NHS in providing better, safer care by delivering computer systems and services which improve the way patient information is stored and accessed.

For NHS CFH Implementation Guidance see

eSpace is a group based online collaboration tool. The service is dedicated to improving healthcare and wellness by promoting the sharing of knowledge, and individuals’ experiences of technology enabled change. eSpace allows you to: network and liaise with colleagues facing similar challenges; share information and learn from the  experiences of others; keep your knowledge of your own professional area current.

My source: eSpace with thanks to Andrew.

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