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 in all health and social care, 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 is involved in promoting and delivering workforce development activities across a range of areas including the development of standards, frameworks and qualifications.
Chris Sutton is portfolio lead for people led care at Healthcare Improvement Scotland. She places a strong focus on supporting relationship based practice, and promoting new ways of engaging and working with people about what matters most to them.
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.