Evidence and Knowledge Self-Assessment Tool

People sat around a tableA simple framework has been developed to help health organisations to assess opportunities to make better use of knowledge as an asset.  Often referred to as “The Board Tool”  this framework enables a dialogue between a representative of a library and knowledge service and senior executives in a health organisation to see how they are currently using external evidence and organisational knowledge and to devise an action plan to help the organisation develop best practice with targeted support.

Evidence and Knowledge Self Assessment Tool

The tool can also be used to help inform evidence and knowledge strategy and to support individuals and departments to assess their use of evidence and knowledge.

Help to use the tool

To find out more about the tool or for support using the tool watch out for refresher training sessions coming soon or contact your local Knowledge Mobilisation Champion:

London & KSS: Rachel CookeLouise Goswami

Midlands & East : Laura WilkesLesley AllenStephen Ayre, 

North:  Emily HopkinsJoanne Naughton,

South: Alison Day, Carol Giles, Sue Robertson

Supporting Documents

Development of the Evidence and Knowledge Self Assessment Tool

Guidance: How to use the Evidence and Knowledge Self-Assessment Tool

Flyer about the Self Assessment Tool

Webinar about Evidence and Knowledge Self-Assessment

Action card to plan your self-assessment

The tool has also been adapted to use with organisations who do not currently have access to a library and knowledge service.  For more information about this version please contact Louise Goswami or Sue Lacey-Bryant, Leads for the Mobilising Evidence and Knowledge Work Stream.