Department of Health & Social Care (DHSC) Isle of Man and the Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) have reached a new three-year licensing agreement that will see all staff across the Isle of Man benefit from greater access to essential healthcare research information, assisting day-to-day decisions on prevention, treatment and care.
CLA have worked with a range of stakeholders to develop a new three-year licence agreement for the NHS in the Isle of Man. The CLA Licence gives blanket coverage for copying from the UK and 38 international territories, letting staff access critical information without needing to ask copyright owners for permission each and every time. The licence also permits sharing copies with colleagues and storing copies on a secure network. Learn more about the permissions granted by the licence.
The licence agreement allows the sharing of valuable content, ensuring that information is available to all staff at the right place and the right time to support best health and social care practices. Permission to legally copy content is critical during meetings or briefings, for training purposes, research and development, PR or Media relations, and Health & Safety or Environmental Awareness. The licence is centrally negotiated with DHSC Isle of Man, so different organisations and staff can focus on accessing and sharing information rather than spending time arranging permissions from rightsholders.
We are delighted to continue our partnership with Health & Social Care, Isle of Man for a further three years. Our mission is to give customers an easy, hassle-free way to copy and share vital information, while also allowing rightsholders to receive fair payment for their work. Find out more about who we are and what we do here.