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David Stewart, CILIP President for 2019 and Regional Director of Health Library and Knowledge Services North, presents on his key presidential theme: the importance of evidence to underpin the difference that library services make. He provides an overview of CILIP’s plans for greater collaboration and co-ordination, and also shares details of work undertaken in NHS England. This includes (a) national research on return on investment, and (b) details of the Catalyst scheme in the North of England, which has been designed to develop librarian research capability and a ground-up, small-scale research programme.

David Stewart, CILIP President for 2019 and Regional Director of Health Library and Knowledge Services North, presents on his key presidential theme: the importance of evidence to underpin the difference that library services make. He provides an overview of CILIP’s plans for greater collaboration and co-ordination, and also shares details of work undertaken in NHS England. This includes (a) national research on return on investment, and (b) details of the Catalyst scheme in the North of England, which has been designed to develop librarian research capability and a ground-up, small-scale research programme.

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  1. 1. RIVAL Network Event 2 – November 7th 2019 – Edinburgh Keynote: Catalysing research into practice from the ground up David Stewart, CILIP President 2019 Research, Impact, Value & LIS - #lisrival - Edinburgh – 7th November 2019
  2. 2. Long ago and far away...
  3. 3. Build it
  4. 4. Evidence Based Librarianship The Sheffield Conference
  5. 5. How do we ensure the future of health libraries: creating the evidence base
  6. 6. Animation from the day – just under 4 minutes https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=xF0e_wbisbc&featu re=youtu.be
  7. 7. The Wirral research: the impact of a clinical librarian in a critical care unit – and the return on investment. Publication due November 2019
  8. 8. NHS England Research Plan
  9. 9. HEE potential role “To increase the evidence base for health LKS and to advocate for the role of knowledge specialists as leaders and partners in the research process”
  10. 10. To increase the evidence base for health LKS and to articulate the role of library and knowledge specialists as leaders and partners in the research process Develop partnerships to deliver and fund research that increases the evidence base for health library and knowledge services Increase awareness and application of the evidence base for health library and knowledge services PRIMARY DRIVER SECONDARY DRIVERS INTERVENTIONS Test and refine the Return on Investment model Connect local services to NIHR Research Design Services, NHS R&D Forum and other local potential partners Involve local LKS staff in reviewing research literature to develop their reflective practice and publish reviews that add to the evidence base Increase the research and leadership skills of health library and knowledge specialists, including skills for working in research partnerships with clinicians Research October 2019 Develop an advisory group to provide expert input, including commenting on research proposals and funding options Build on HEALER network to create research community of practice for health library and knowledge services practitioners, with opportunities for peer support on research design and writing for publication Collaborate with professional bodies and academic partners on joint funding or commissioning of research Develop research tracking process: where there are gaps, where work is in progress, where research has been published Advocate the expertise of NHS funded library and knowledge specialists to the NHS research community Develop tools and messages to help library and knowledge services to develop their role in supporting research Collaborate with Resource Discovery workstream on Open Access and repository for research Review Outcomes Framework, Evaluation Framework, statistics and data collection for research opportunities Collaborate with Workforce workstream on role redesign, with research included in JDs and career pathway that includes embedded research librarians and chief research investigator roles
  11. 11. Areas for activity Skills development Advocacy Evidence base Partnerships
  12. 12. Evidence base: Return on Investment External review of all possible measures Review by LKS managers of viability and usefulness of measures Next step: analysis of Return on Investment
  13. 13. Co-ordinate!
  14. 14. CILIP research round table 2018
  15. 15. CILIP RESEARCH & EVIDENCE BASE – ASPIRATION Now that we have clear evidence of sector demand for a Research and Evidence Base, CILIP is moving forward with three connected actions: 1. The establishment of a Research Coalition, bringing together academics and employers to develop a common Research Framework 2. Fundraising for a pilot initiative to develop ‘test cases’ – small Evidence Bases to address specific sector needs 3. Exploring practical long-term solutions to making research and evidence more accessible using existing infrastructure
  16. 16. To create a collaborative network of Scotland-based Library and Information Science (LIS) researchers and practising library and information professionals interested in maximising the impact and value of LIS research.
  17. 17. 1942
  18. 18. The future is bright
  19. 19. Thank you David.Stewart@hee.nhs.uk 0774 702 1368
  20. 20. RIVAL Network Event 2 – November 7th 2019 – Edinburgh Keynote: Catalysing research into practice from the ground up David Stewart, CILIP President 2019 Research, Impact, Value & LIS - #lisrival - Edinburgh – 7th November 2019

Editor's Notes

  • EBP is about evidence for making decisions – its librarians who make the decisions about their practice so they need to have the evidence (even if they have to create it themselves).  Furthermore they need evidence for advocacy – its best if they are involved

    https://eblip10.org
    EBLIP Volume 13:
    https://journals.library.ualberta.ca/eblip/index.php/EBLIP/about
  • A significant step to see that NHS England has already embedded the Policy into its research plan (April 2017)

    https://www.england.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/nhse-research-plan.pdf

    This gives us a basis from which to have wider discussions about our role in research
  • This is a draft primary driver for our new research workstream

    It is “hot off the press” from discussions in Leeds on 28 October 2019 – comments welcomed

  • We are refining our areas of activity, likely to cover:
    Skills development, including the leadership skills to shape research partnerships, as well as increasing confidence in research skills
    Advocacy – making the case for involvement of health library and knowledge specialists
    Research partnerships – working with others to co-shape or co-fund research
    Evidence base – build the evidence base and increase awareness of the evidence base for health library and knowledge services




  • Our Return on Investment work is a specific part of our research work stream to establish the evidence base for health librarianship

    We started with the Evaluation Framework for Knowledge for Healthcare and an external review of the possible measures of the benefits that can be costed or valued from the activities of local NHS library and knowledge services and the specialists working within them.

    A group of LKS managers have reviewed these in detail and are making recommendations for which measures are valid and useful.

    Next step: analysis of existing data and commissioning of new measures where needed.

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