Speakers: Natasha Howard (Library Manager, NELFT), Sue Lacey Bryant (National Lead for NHS Library and Knowledge Services, HEE)
Series: CityLIS After Hours
Natasha and Sue will talk about working in NHS libraries and how they make a difference to healthcare staff and services today. Sue will draw on the findings from the Topol Review, looking to the future of healthcare and exciting opportunities for LKS staff.
As Library Manager at NELFT Natasha has developed outreach services and resources to meet the needs of a growing organisation that currently comprises over 6000 people based at 200 sites across London, Essex and Kent. She also initiated income generating contracts to provide evidence and knowledge support services to local authority public health teams. Natasha is passionate about staff development, a Chartership mentor and currently working towards Fellowship. Prior to NELFT she worked for a start-up in the City and at a healthcare charity.
Sue Lacey Bryant
As the National Lead for NHS Library and Knowledge Services, HEE, Sue is passionate about improving the quality of healthcare and bringing knowledge to bear on decision-making. She draws on wide-ranging experience which spans innovative roles in knowledge management and quality improvement in primary care. Sue enjoys working across a portfolio. As Review Programme Manager Sue was immersed in the work of the Topol Review. Sue is also an executive coach. Winner of the CILIP Knowledge & Information Management Walford Award 2018, she serves on: Editorial Advisory Board, Health Information and Libraries Journal and is a CILIP Trustee.
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When and where
6.00pm - 7.30pmMonday 2nd March 2020