Development Needs Analysis Launched – Deadline Extended to 27 January 2017

Knowledge for Healthcare is shaping the future of health library and knowledge services. Approval of the NHS Library and Knowledge Services in England policy underlines HEE’s commitment to ensuring the development of proactive knowledge services to meet the needs of a rapidly evolving NHS workforce.   We must make sure that the healthcare library and knowledge workforce develops at the same pace so our own development needs must be identified and met.

Combined with the launch of the PKSB for the Health in summer 2016, our professional development is at the fore like never before.

With that in mind, we are very pleased to invite you to complete this survey.

Previous surveys have shown us what your development needs are. This time we want to take it to the next level, giving you the opportunity to set out not only your priorities, but also which particular aspects are most important to you and also how you prefer to learn.

Your input will help shape the direction of professional development across England and your region.  It will also help you to identify your development needs, reflect on how you like to learn and review your personal development plan.

The survey should take approximately 20 minutes and can be accessed here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/KfHTrainingSurvey

The survey closes on Friday 27th January 2017 

If you have any questions, queries or comments please contact us via KfHTNA@gmail.com

Development Needs Analysis Project Group,

Knowledge for Healthcare Leadership Development Programme Participants 2016/17

Abi Alayo: Abimbola.Alayo@bhamcommunity.nhs.uk
Katy Oak: k.oak@nhs.net
Lisa McLaren: lisa.mclaren@bridgewater.nhs.uk
Michael Cook: michael.cook@bolton.gov.uk
Sarah Hennessey: Sarah.Hennessy@swyt.nhs.uk
Uma Devalapalli: Uma.Devalapalli@chelwest.nhs.uk

 

David Stewart
Chair
Knowledge for Healthcare Workforce Planning and Development Working Group

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