Activities - 2006 Open Forum (London)
(Woburn House, Tavistock Square, London, Thursday 30 March 2006)
Higher Education and NHS Library & Information Services: Pathways for Collaboration and Innovation
The UHMLG Open Forum is an annual event that brings together health care librarians and information professionals from the NHS, Higher Education and related sectors to discuss topics of mutual interest and to share experiences and examples of effective collaboration and best practice.
This year's Open Forum highlights practical examples of collaboration in service delivery in a number of key areas including: utilising learning space and infrastructure; walk-in access to electronic resources; placement students - ensuring consistent and high quality service delivery and exploring the issues and complexities involved in the cross sectoral procurement of e-resources.
(Links to presentations will be added as they become available).
Links are provided to presentations that have been made available by speakers at the meeting.
Sharing a learning Infrastructure: HE/NHS Collaboration on Outreach Training, Learning Space Development and Video Conferencing
Ruth Fosker, Manager, Learning Infrastructure, SE London SHA (presented by Gary Horrocks, Research & Learning Manager, King's College London)
The NLH Service Framework for NHS Funded Library and Information Services in England: an update
Colin Davies (Project Lead, National Services Framework)
The SMARTAL Project: St Martin's College Health Students' Access to Learning Resources Whilst on Placement
Liz Mailer (Learning Advisor, Learning & Information Services, St Martin's College, Lancaster)
The Country Durham & Tees Valley Health Libraries Alliance
Iain Baird (Subject Information Team Leader, Health & Social Care, University of Teeside)
Developing an Integrated Health Libraries & Information Services Web Directory
Julie Ryder (Julie Ryder Associates) and Matte Stevenson (NLH)
NHS National Core Content Collection
Claire Honeyboure (National Core Content Manager, Trent SHA)
HE/NHS e-Procurement: Opportunities and Challenges
Betsy Anagnostelis (Librarian Royal Free Hospital Medical Library & Joint Biomedical Team Leader, UCL Library Services)