Health Information Week 2018 (2nd-8th July) is coming up on the horizon. Join in using this year’s hashtag #HIW2018.
There are so many ways to get involved online and/or through events and other activities. Now is a great time to gather initial ideas on how your service might participate in this year’s campaign.
To support you, some additional resources are being developed by a project team from the 2017-2018 HEE/CILIP Leadership Programme.
Don’t forget there are many helpful tips and resources available to you – we hope to add more resources in the next few weeks – http://kfh.libraryservices.nhs.uk/patient-and-public-information/health-information-week/
We have also created a dedicated Twitter account @Healthinfoweek that you can follow for updates.
- Report on learning from HIW2017 including results from a recent survey and some useful case studies
- Marketing templates
- Signposting to further resources
In addition, we are exploring evaluation templates and developing partnerships with other sectors to strengthen HIW as a national campaign. So, watch this space!
Please contact any of the project team members below if you have any queries
Health Information Week Project Team
Health Education England / CILIP Leadership Development Programme
Louisa Fulbrook – Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Louisa.Fulbrook@rjah.nhs.uk
Steph Grey – Public Health England Stephanie.Grey@phe.gov.uk
Linda Kalinda – Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenny Kendrick – NICE email@example.com
Sarah Lewis- Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust firstname.lastname@example.org
Clare Quigley – Self Help UK email@example.com