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New resource: Information Needs Assessment - a practice guide

  As a project that was supported and funded by Public Health England from 2015 to 2016, the UK Health Forum has developed a practice guide to undertaking information needs assessments (INA). 

The INA toolkit is designed to help people ensure that their information services are fitting user needs, addressing barriers to information access and use and can be used to support service developments.

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Our Prevention, Information and Evidence (P.I.E) eLibrary service currently has a collection of over 4,000 resources covering NCD risk factors and determinants. 

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is a charitable alliance of professional and public interest organisations working to reduce the risk of avoidable non-communicable diseases (NCDs) by developing evidence-based public health policy and supporting its implementation through advocacy, modelling and information provision.

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