New NHS Evidence specialist collection: Quality and Productivity in the NHS

January 21, 2010 at 9:58 am Leave a comment

NHS Evidence specialist collections (formerly known as specialist libraries) aim to provide access to the best available evidence. From them, you can link to the latest guidelines, systematic reviews and research in your area of interest.

A new specialist collection has just been launched, providing a central resource for evidence on how to improve quality and productivity in the NHS.  NHS  Evidence say ” the aim of the Quality and Productivity collection is to provoke ideas and discussions about changes that can be made locally in the NHS…the collection will help the NHS identify efficiency savings that can be made while continuing to deliver high quality care’

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Entry filed under: evidence based health care, nhs evidence, specialist libraries.

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