Caroline has worked in a variety of NHS roles in health services research and library and knowledge services for 22 years, in commissioning, primary and secondary care settings as well as working on national projects. Caroline is Knowledge Management Consultant at NHS Digital. She was previously a knowledge specialist in the Health Economics, Evidence and Evaluation Service at Yorkshire and Humber Commissioning Support and at Bradford and Airedale PCT and has an interest in knowledge management and evidence-based practice.
Caroline Storer highlights a recent Nesta report entitled “People helping people: lessons learned from three years supporting social action innovations to scale”.[read the full story...]
Caroline Storer summarises a recent NHSCC report, which defines how clinical commissioning groups in England’s core cities are responding to the Five Year Forward View.[read the full story...]
The National Ambulance Commissioners Network have published a briefing on Good Practice in Ambulance Commissioning. The briefing contains seven case studies relating to emergency ambulance services. It also summarises some of the key areas commissioners should focus on. Caroline Storer takes a look at it.[read the full story...]