Developing a specialist knowledge portal, bringing together networks, organisations, groups and individuals to share knowledge and learning to improve services and promote living well with dementia.
Developing a specialist knowledge portal, bringing together networks, organisations, groups and individuals to share knowledge and learning to improve services and the mental health and wellbeing of communities.
Providing strategic knowledge management and communications support to the national personality disorder programme, jointly managed by the Ministry of Justice and the Department of Health.
Health secretary Andrew Lansley has launched a call for new ideas for health apps that would help patients make informed decisions about their care.
This radical shake up of the NHS will impact on many of our clients. To help us make sense of this we have tried to capture the new landscape in a mindmap.
Service and MOD staff are also being asked to volunteer to operate social media presences as part of their official duties, to help explain their work to the public.
The Local Government Information Unit’s Children’s Services Network are running an Action Learning Set between January and June 2009 for local authorities, voluntary sector organisations and the private sector.
Musings and final report from a masterclass for the NHS Faculty of Health Informatics.
Information about a new research scoping project into Web 2.0 and the implications of the web based personal health record.
Following the recent NHS Faculty of Health Informatics meeting on Social Networking in the NHS, a wiki has been set up to ensure that everyone can contribute to a discussion paper on “The powers and the perils of using Social Networking tools in the NHS”.