Senior Programme Manager
As an Information and Library Studies graduate, Carsten Mandt started his career in NHS Scotland in 2002 as an Information Officer with the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN), supporting the development of national evidence based guidelines. He then joined NHS Greater Glasgow in 2003 to provide a Clinical Librarian service to primary care and mental health services.
After moving into more project management focussed roles, Carsten took on the management of the Diabetes Managed Clinical Network in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde in 2010. Building on his experience in managing a large local clinical network, Carsten joined NHS National Services in 2015 where he has worked in Programme Manager and Senior Programme Manager roles with responsibility for commissioning and managing diverse portfolios of national networks. Carsten is excited to now have the opportunity to support the development of the National Fertility Network as well as the National Neonatal and Maternity Strategic Networks, working together as the Scottish Perinatal Network, and he is looking forward to helping the networks play a key role in the continued improvement of maternity and neonatal care in Scotland.