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CKO Support


What is a CKO?

The concept of the Chief Knowledge Officer (CKO) was introduced in "Report of a National Review of NHS Health Library Services in England: From knowledge to health in the 21st Century"  produced by Professor Peter Hill and published on 3 March 2008.

Role specifications for Chief Knowledge Officer[download pdf copy] and Team Knowledge Officer [download pdf copy] are also available together with a document that explains the context of these two roles. [download a pdf copy]

National CKO Events

NHS Evidence has run events concerned with developing the CKO role and identifying what support CKOs require to carry out their role.

1. National Library for Health; NICE and NHS Evidence: Chief Knowledge Officers’ Workshop held at Royal College Of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, London, Thursday 16 October 2008.

Unfortunately the presentations are no longer available as NHS Evidence has removed the pages from its website.

2. Supporting the implementation of good practice NHS Evidence for Chief Knowledge Officers held at Midland Hotel, Manchester, 1st December 2009

(click to visit page to download documents and presentations)

3. Using the evidence to improve quality and productivity: NHS Evidence and NICE Implementation working with Chief Knowledge Officers held  Wednesday 13 October 2010.

Unfortunately the presentations are no longer available as NHS Evidence has removed the pages from its website.