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How trustworthy is your information? Developing the RCN information literacy competences. Judy Atkinson, RCN LIS Manager, & Caroline Lynch, RCN Information Literacy Specialist. About the RCN.

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How trustworthy is your information developing the rcn information literacy competences

How trustworthy is your information? Developing the RCN information literacy competences

Judy Atkinson, RCN LIS Manager, & Caroline Lynch, RCN Information Literacy Specialist


About the rcn
About the RCN information literacy competences

  • Royal College of Nursing mission: “represents nurses and nursing, promotes excellence in practice and shapes health policies”

  • RCN membership: over 400k across the 4 countries, with a library presence in each

  • Support to members, activists and staff

  • Remote delivery crucial factor


Development process why
Development process: why? information literacy competences

  • RCN Core competence framework

  • Research - was there anything appropriate to meet the need?

  • Australian and New Zealand Information Literacy Framework (ANZIL)


Consultation consultation consultation
Consultation, consultation, consultation! information literacy competences

  • Consultation internally to check on the right track with RCN e-Health Board 8/08

  • Testing with realistic case studies to check out relevance of statements and knowledge requirements – 10/08

  • Proofing by external colleagues within nursing to address consistency & clarity of language


And consultation
And consultation! information literacy competences

  • External consultancy to members of RCN forums and CILIP groups via online questionnaire - 14/9-2/10/09 “Really glad to see information literacy getting some formal acknowledgement from the RCN”.

  • Key RCN staff commenting on competences and the case studies – 12/09-1/10 re clarity of language and balance between statements and knowledge requirements


Review review accredit and publish
Review, review, accredit and publish! information literacy competences

  • Out to 4 external reviewers (11/2/10)

  • All recommendations considered by staff group and some changes agreed for inclusion

  • Submission to Accreditation board

  • Working with Communications Team for publication

  • Time frame: January 2007-January 2010


Outcome: Revised RCN Competences information literacy competences

  • NURSING PRACTICE

  • Assessment and care planning to meet health and wellbeing needs (HWB2)

  • Promotion of health and wellbeing & prevention of adverse effects on health & wellbeing (HWB1)

  • Protection of health and wellbeing (HWB3)

  • Enablement to address health and wellbeing needs (HWB4)

  • Assessment and treatment planning (HWB6)

  • Provision of care to meet health and wellbeing needs (HWB5)

  • Interventions and treatments (HWB7)

  • Communication

  • Health, safety, security

  • Equity, diversity and rights

  • INNOVATION, QUALITY, IMPROVEMENT

  • Development and innovation (G2)

  • Service improvement

  • Quality

  • LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT

  • People development (G6)

  • Learning and development (G1)

  • KNOWLEDGE & INFORMATION

  • Information processing (IK1)

  • Information collection and analysis (IK2)

  • Knowledge and information resources (IK3)

  • MANAGING CARE & SERVICES

  • Procurement and commissioning (G3)

  • Financial Management (G4)

  • Services and project management (G5)

  • People management

  • Capacity and capability(G7)

  • Public relations & marketing (G8)

Competences for Nursing

(RCN Competence framework clustering KSF dimensions to reflect nursing’s contribution)


Outcome supporting principles of nursing practice
Outcome: Supporting Principles of Nursing Practice information literacy competences


How trustworthy is your information
How trustworthy is your information? information literacy competences


The content development process
The content development process information literacy competences


Case studies
Case studies information literacy competences


Future plans
Future plans information literacy competences

  • Develop more case studies

  • Reworking our ‘Learning, guides and training’ web pages


How will we use the competences in practice
How will we use the competences in practice? information literacy competences

  • Information management responsibilities written into Representatives’ role descriptors (“JDs” for reps)

  • Developed IKM practice standard for reps related to role descriptors

  • IL needs survey for RCN members based on the competences informing:


How will we use the competences in practice1
How will we use the competences in practice? information literacy competences

  • Development programme for RCN Activists

  • Work with RCN regions to deliver local programmes/events – webinars

  • Virtual Enquiry Service


Providing support to
Providing support to: information literacy competences

  • Future Officer Programme

  • Support RCN Direct Advisers

  • Reinforced by use of KPIs around using evidence (2011-12)

  • IKM Staff development tool

  • Reinforcing within the IKM team structure


How might you use them in practice
How might you use them in practice? information literacy competences

  • Do you have any questions for us?

  • What seemed familiar?

  • What was new to you?

  • Who could use these resources and how?


‘Having access to the latest research in itself does not constitute evidence-based practice. It is the appropriate use of this information for the individual patient and individual context that marks the transition from evidence being simply information to being best practice.’Gordon J and Watts C (2011)


Our contact details
Our contact details constitute evidence-based practice. It is the appropriate use of this information for the individual patient and individual context that marks the transition from evidence being simply information to being best practice.’


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