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Adult social care: independent review

The Independent Review of Adult Social Care in Scotland was led by Derek Feeley, a former Scottish Government Director General for Health and Social Care and Chief Executive of NHS Scotland. Mr Feeley was supported by an Advisory Panel comprising Scottish and International experts.

Adult social care: independent review
Addendum

Addendum

You can find background information about this independent review of adult social care in Scotland, including details of meetings, our engagement exercise, submissions made to the review and background papers, here: Independent Review of Adult Social Care – gov.scot (www.gov.scot).

The review was chaired by Derek Feeley, a former Scottish Government Director General for Health and Social Care and Chief Executive of NHS Scotland. Mr Feeley was supported by an Advisory Panel comprising Scottish and international experts as follows:

  • Malcolm Chisholm, Former Scottish Minister for Health and Community Care 2001 – 2004
  • Anna Dixon: Chief Executive, Centre for Ageing Better
  • Caroline Gardner: Auditor General 2012–20
  • Stuart Currie: East Lothian Councillor
  • Göran Henriks: Chief Executive of Learning and Innovation, Qulturum, Jönköping County, Sweden
  • Ian Welsh: Chief Executive, the ALLIANCE
  • Jim Elder-Woodward: Chair of the Scottish Independent Living Coalition (SILC)

Secretariat support to the review was provided by a team of officials from the Scottish Government's Health and Social Care Directorates:

  • Alison Taylor
  • Christina Naismith
  • Lorraine Davidson
  • Paul Leak
  • Mary O'Toole
  • Susan Craig
  • Gillian McDonald
  • Madihah Iqbal
  • Jack Walker
  • Kelly Martin
  • Morna Macleod
  • Sophie Downie

Contact

Email: Donna.Bell@gov.scot