Report on accreditation learning sets in the West Midlands region of the NHS.

  title={Report on accreditation learning sets in the West Midlands region of the NHS.},
  author={G. Giles},
  journal={Health libraries review},
  volume={17 4},
  • G. Giles
  • Published 2000
  • Medicine
  • Health libraries review
This article reports on the evaluation of the first year of a project, which utilized learning sets to support librarians undergoing the accreditation process, in the health libraries in the West Midlands region of the NHS. The West Midlands Health region is divided up into education consortia patches. Each group of patch librarians was allocated a local accreditation facilitator. The groups met regularly to discuss problems and progress relating to their library's accreditation. The results of… Expand

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