Responding to COVID-19 in the National Health Service in England: positive changes and learning for Knowledge for Healthcare

  • Clare Edwards
  • Lucy Reid
  • Sue Lacey Bryant

Abstract


The article provides an overview of the response from the Health Education England library and knowledge services team to the COVID-19 pandemic. The article covers activity and initiatives that were put in place in England from March 2020 to address challenges and issues arising for library and knowledge services delivering to the National Health Service. The article reflects on the learning from the developments that have been implemented to date and considers the positive changes that have arisen in the continued delivery against five national, strategic drivers.
Published
2020-10-02
How to Cite
1.
Edwards C, Reid L, Lacey Bryant S. Responding to COVID-19 in the National Health Service in England: positive changes and learning for Knowledge for Healthcare. JEAHIL [Internet]. 2Oct.2020 [cited 28Oct.2020];16(3):31-6. Available from: http://ojs.eahil.eu/ojs/index.php/JEAHIL/article/view/420
Section
Feature Articles