Developing a specialist knowledge portal https://dementiapartnerships.com, 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 https://mentalhealthpartnerships.com, bringing together networks, organisations, groups and individuals to share knowledge and learning to improve services and the mental health and wellbeing of communities.
Developing a website for the Joint Commissioning Panel for Mental Health (JCPMH), a collaboration between seventeen leading organisations, co-chaired by the Royal College of Psychiatrists and the Royal College of General Practitioners, inspiring commissioners to improve mental health and wellbeing, using a values based commissioning model.
Empowering the Somerset Autism Community Network to develop a website known as Autism Somerset, dedicated to the needs of all those affected by autism in Somerset.
Developing a suite of websites known as Choice and medication to support people who use mental health services, their families and carers, doctors, nurses and pharmacists to answer questions about prescribed psychiatric medication.
A brief look at some of the mind mapping tools available that can help us to collaboratively build ideas together.
A Mozilla labs experiment into connecting the web with language.
We are supporting a multi-sector partnership project to develop a website that offers people information about medications used in the mental health setting to help people make informed decisions about medication.
A recent article by William Badke, published in Information Today (March 2008), entitled “What to do with wikipedia?“ challenges the oft quoted antipathy in academic circles towards the online encyclopedia wikipedia. Badke says Often banned by professors, panned by traditional reference book publishers, and embraced by just about everyone else, Wikipedia marches on like a […]
Arguably, the majority of scientists and scholars seek to have their work published in order to make an impact in their field of work or community of practice. Here we explore the e-archiving debate which pits alternative methods of publishing against the more traditional ones.