Network overview

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Overview

It is important to have a good understanding of an LKS network to both inform and support development and to identify any arising problems/issues. 

What Could be Used?

Consider collecting data and evidence from the following sources to understand and provide an overview of the network

  •         Trusts and organisations
  •         Services and Staffing
  •         Funding and funding streams
  •         LQAF assessments – compliancy, good practice and areas of weakness
  •         Impact, innovation and good practice
  •         Benchmarking both across the NHS and other sectors. SCONUL stats can be used to  benchmark against Higher Education  http://www.sconul.ac.uk/sites/default/files/documents/SCONUL%20Statistical%20Return%2014-15.pdf

Case Studies and Examples

Annual report from Health Care Libraries North

Quarterly report to stakeholders from Health Care Libraries North, including a plan-on-a-page.

Here is the URL for the innovations database. It covers all good practice that is captured as part of our quality assurance processes across KSS LKS. http://lks.kss.hee.nhs.uk/data/web/kssinnovations.htm

Information from Health Care Libraries Unit – North

 

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