Our Services

The Knowledge Resources team, based at Aspect House, delivers library and information services to staff working for health and social care organisations based in Nottingham City:

  • Nottingham City Council
  • Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group
  • Nottingham CItyCare Partnership
  • GP practices
  • Health Education East Midlands
  • Education, voluntary sector and youth and community services

Knowledge Resources is part of Strategy and Resources, Nottingham City Council. 

 

Colleagues from CCGs in Nottinghamshire, Health Partnership staff, and related partner agencies and County GP practices should contact Library and Knowledge Service at Kings Mill Hospital. This service can also be contacted via email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone: 01623 622515 ext 4009 or 4010.

 

Further information available via The Resource Centre service leaflet

 

 The free leaflet and poster resources on the online database support the key public health areas and health promotion messages and campaigns.

 

The Knowledge Resources team provides an enquiry service, providing evidence-based information to inform decision making and support clinical practice. This service is only available to staff working for Public Health Nottingham City Council, Strategy & Resources Nottingham City Council, Adult and Social Care Nottingham City Council, Nottingham City CCG, Nottingham CityCare Partnership, Nottingham City GP Practices, and Health Education England. To request a search, please complete the online form or contact the Resource Centre.

 

The Resource Centre also supports corporate events, including local conferences and campaigns through the provision of display and exhibition equipment, including table-top and display boards which are available for loan.

 

 

Our library stock is available to staff working in primary and social care across Nottingham City, including those staff working in commissioning, public health, provider services and GP Practices. In addition, health and related professionals addressing the public health agenda from other key sectors, such as social care, education, the voluntary sector and youth and community services are entitled to register as members of the Resource Centre.

 

The department can deliver one-to-one training sessions to update Clinical and Commissioning colleagues in Nottingham City as well as Health Education England staff with their literature searching skills. 

 

The Knowledge Resources department provides current awareness services to Health and Social Care colleagues.