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Life after Korner - Using information effectively in community and primary care

Murphy, J; (2001) Life after Korner - Using information effectively in community and primary care. In: (Proceedings) The Information Revolution in Primary Care. : London.

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Abstract

16 July 2001 The primary aim of this presentation was to stimulate discussion and debate about the information needs of community and primary care practitioner and the ways of meeting those needs. The secondary aim was to do some scene setting for the rest of the conference. The paper reflected on what it means to live in the information age and the types of skills professionals need if they are to be efficient information `workers'. The implications of the national information strategy for healthcare professionals was explored and linked to the evidence-based practice agenda. A post-conference action list was proposed.

Type:Proceedings paper
Title:Life after Korner - Using information effectively in community and primary care
Event:The Information Revolution in Primary Care
Dates:4001-07-16
Additional information:Invited Keynote Speaker for Community Practitioners' and Health Visitors' Association Annual Conference
Keywords:Information needs, Information age, NHS information policy, Evidence-based Healthcare, Clinicians' roles, Information Management, Core information skills
UCL classification:UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Population Health Sciences > Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care > CHIME

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