Knowledge Management (KM)
The Library & Knowledge Service - helping staff and students across the Trust make the most of it's intellectual assets. Contact us for further details.
Knowledge management (KM) is the practice of organizing, storing, and sharing vital information, so that everyone can benefit from its use. KM is about:
Better Knowledge, Better Care - To build an understanding of what it means to have 'better knowledge' in health and care, NHS Improving Quality have developed this short animation series takes viewers on a journey explaining key concepts along the way and giving practical examples of how small changes can deliver big improvements.
- KM Postcards
- KM books available at the Hanley Library
- Transformational story writing - Through harnessing the power of storytelling chief executives have turned their vision and strategic plans into compelling narratives to inspire staff to bring about major changes.
- NHS Improving Quality have designed the following resources to meet the needs of busy NHS professionals, equipping you with the intelligence, research and learning skills that will help to drive service improvement and transformation.
- Intelligence handbook: aims to guide users through the process of finding, filtering and understanding what is learnt from secondary sources, to get the most value from this activity.
- Learning handbook: aims to guide users through the process of learning before, during and after programme and project activities in a systematic way, to get the most value from this activity.