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|Title||Making the most of public policy in health libraries and information services: Example of the Health and Care Bill 2022|
Carlyle R. Making the most of public policy in health libraries and information services: Example of the Health and Care Bill 2022,Health Information and Libraries Journal 39 2
|Keywords||England; Health Policy; Humans; Libraries; Library Services; Public Policy; attitude to health; editorial; England; funding; health care policy; information service; law; leadership; public policy; United Kingdom; health care policy; human; library; public policy
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|Abstract||Public policy changes, such as new legislation, can seem distant from health knowledge and libraries services. The changes can provide, however, opportunities for health libraries and information services across sectors to demonstrate their value, supporting their ongoing funding and integration. The Health and Care Bill 2022 is an example of a public policy change that has specific implications in England, but also demonstrates the elements to look out for in new legislation as opportunities for health libraries and information services. © 2022 Health Libararies Group.