The Health & Social Care Benchmarking Network

Realising Improvement in Health and Care in Scotland

Non-Executive Board Members

 

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Emma Miller

Emma is a senior research associate at the University of Strathclyde.  She has a well established record of working between research, policy and practice on the themes of person-centred and personal outcomes focused practice.  Emma was one of the academic leads on the Meaningful and Measurable project, which progressed understanding of the collection and use of personal outcomes data. Emma’s background was in social work practice in North Lanarkshire until she went back to university to study for a PhD, which she obtained in 2004.

Emma has been linked to the HSCBN at various points since its inception in 2009 and is keen to keep progressing the use of qualitative data and personal outcomes data in diverse service settings.

 

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John Skouse

John is a Strategic Inspector with the Care Inspectorate. His work involves scrutiny activity and support for improvement and self-evaluation across the range of adult services delivered by integration authorities.

Prior to working with the Care Inspectorate, John worked for Midlothian Council as a senior manager in their Adult and Social Care Service. During his time with Midlothian, John held a number of roles. These included operationally managing social work and occupational therapy services, commissioning and planning, and leading on service redesign across a number of different areas.

John’s particular area of interest is the relationship between personal outcomes approaches and commissioning, and specifically how qualitative data can be used to inform decision-making at a population level.

 

Hamish Fraser

Hamish has extensive experience in Performance and Planning roles in Social Care, Education and Children’s services and was a member of the Scottish Community Care Benchmarking Network’s Executive Committee from its inception in 2009 to 2014. During this period Hamish was involved with several benchmarking projects and development of measures for the Community Care Outcomes Framework.

In 2014 Hamish was seconded to the Scottish Government as a Quality Improvement Advisor with the Early Years Collaborative with responsibilities including Attachment, Child Development and Parental Engagement.  Following the completion of his secondment, Hamish returned to Midlothian and is leading on reducing offending and re-offending as Community Justice Planning Officer.

 

Ian Nicol

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