Resources to support knowledge sharing

Staff working in inter-professional teams have a wealth of knowledge and expertise to draw on when trying to work out how to deal with difficult situations (like how to support people with complex needs). Unfortunately, as our stories have shown, accessing and sharing this knowledge is not always easy. During this project we developed and tested a set of questions to help overcome some of the difficulties teams face when trying to share knowledge. These questions are based on previous research and on our observations of knowledge sharing in community health and social care teams.

The resources on this page contain these questions and are designed to be used to support knowledge sharing in inter-professional teams. They can be read online or downloaded by clicking the links below.

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This short leaflet is a companion to our knowledge sharing stories. It contains a series of questions which can be used to encourage knowledge sharing in inter-professional teams. This toolkit includes information about the importance of sharing knowledge, advice about how to improve knowledge sharing and a tool to encourage knowledge sharing in inter-professional teams.

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Read online

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