The Information Standard: Identifying Trustworthy Health Information (NHS England)

Summary

The Information Standard is a certification process which is intended to ensure that members of the public can identify reliable sources of high quality, evidence-based information. The Information Standard uses a quality mark (the “Information Standards Quality Mark” logo), intended to help people make better (i.e. more informed) health and care decisions, whether for themselves or their families.

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Reference

The Information Standard. London: The Information Standard / NHS England, August 2015.

Some interesting links on this site:

  1. What is the Information Standard?
  2. What does the Information Standard certification mean?
  3. Knowing if information is certified.
  4. Benefits for organisations.
  5. Benefits for you and your family.
  6. Industry links.
  7. News.
  8. Certified organisations.
  9. Organisation undergoing certification.
  10. Supporting partners.
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