Emma Miller: University of Strathclyde
Emma is a senior research associate at Strathclyde University who has worked for many years between research, policy and practice on personal outcomes.
Audrey Taylor: NHS Education Scotland (NES)
Audrey is Educational Projects Manager at NHS Education Scotland (NES) focusing on mental health
Ellen Daly: Institute for Research and Social Innovation in Social Services
Ellen is a Project Manager with the Iriss’s Evidence-informed Practice team, working with a range of partners to support the creation, use and sharing of evidence across the social services sector.
Susan Kelso: Scottish Government
Susan Kelso is a national Allied Health Professional (AHP) Lead for Early Intervention in the Active and Independent Living Programme. The programme includes work with NES and colleagues around embedding a personal outcomes approach across AHP services.
Julie Gardner: Thistle Foundation
Julie Gardner is based at the Thistle Foundation, working to embed a focus on personal outcomes in practice, and in evaluation and service improvement
Joe McGhee; The Care Inspectorate
Joe McGhee works for the Care Inspectorate as a senior inspector in the Edinburgh team. She believes that having a personal outcomes approach means people’s needs are not only met, but their strengths, hopes and aspirations can be part of that care and support.
Pamela Fotheringham: Scottish Social Services Council
Pamela is involved in promoting and delivering workforce development activities across a range of areas including development of standards, frameworks and qualifications.
Margaret McKeith: Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland
Margaret has a long career in health and social care and currently works with the ALLIANCE) leading Scotland’s House of Care programme.
With thanks to Dr. Karen Barrie: University of Edinburgh for support with setting up this website. Karen has a particular interest in ways of engaging with personal outcomes for people with communication or cognitive impairments.