2008 Spring Forum

Working at the HE-NHS Crossover

Woburn House, Tavistock Square, London, 10 March 2008 

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.


Links are provided to presentations that have been made available by speakers at the meeting.

Implementing the recommendations of the recent Report of the Review of NHS Health Library Services in England
Professor Peter Hill, Associate Director, National Library for Health

Quality is everything: the National Service Framework for Quality Improvement
Colin Davies and Tricia Ellis, Institute for Innovation and Improvement

The work of the NHS-HE Forum Content Group
Dr Paul Ayris, Director of UCL Library Services and UCL Copyright Officer

The NHS-HE Forum work on connectivity and access
JISC Federated Access Management Survey
Malcolm Teague, JANET(UK)

The work of the SCONUL / CILIP Health Strategy Group
Kath O'Donovan, Chair, Cilip/SCONUL Health Strategy Group

Borders or Bust? Library Space Developments on the HE/NHS Crossover
Donald Mackay, Head of Health Care Libraries, Oxford University Library Services

London's health care and academic health centres
Professor Sir Cyril Chantler

Developments in postgraduate medical / multiprofessional education
Professor Elisabeth Paice, Dean Director, London Deanery

Identifying uncertainties about the effects of treatments: DUETs and NLH Specialist Libraries
Dr Douglas Grindlay, University of Nottingham

Open access and the Wellcome Trust
Robert Kiley, Head e-strategy, Wellcome Library, Wellcome Trust

Page last modified on 27 jan 15 15:26