Neurological conditions national action plan 2019-2024: draft for consultation

Consultation on draft of our first national action plan on improving the care, treatment and support available to people living with neurological conditions and their carers.

Annex E: National Advisory Committee for Neurological Conditions membership

Dr Richard Davenport

NACNC Chair / Specialty Advisor to the Chief Medical Officer / Consultant Neurologist, NHS Lothian

Susan Walker

NACNC Deputy Chair / General Manager, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

Stephanie Fraser

Colin Urquhart

Kirsty Forsyth

NACNC Deputy Chair / Chief Executive Officer, Bobath Scotland

Policy Team Leader, Clinical Priorities, Scottish Government

NACNC Project Coordinator, Scottish Government

Professor Siddarthan Chandran

MacDonald Professor of Neurology, University of Edinburgh / Director Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic

Dr Callum Duncan

Consultant Neurologist, NHS Grampian

Gerard Gahagan

Acting Chair, Neurological Alliance of Scotland

Gregory Hill-O’Connor

Our Voice Coordinator, Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland

Sandra Larkin

Lead Nurse, NHS Tayside

John Paul Leach

Honorary Professor, University of Glasgow

Alison Love

Representative of people with neurological conditions

Annie Macleod

Scotland Director, Parkinson’s UK

Dr Ed Newman / Dr Craig Heath (Alternates)

Consultant Neurologists representing the Scottish Association of Neurological Sciences

Irene Oldfather

Director, Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland

Dr Jonathan O’Riordan

Consultant Neurologist, NHS Tayside

Dr Jenny Preston MBE

Consultant Occupational Therapist, East / North / South Ayrshire

Claire Ritchie

Director of Allied Health Professionals NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (formerly NHS Lanarkshire)

Jane-Marie Stobie

Head Occupational Therapist, NHS Lanarkshire

Alison Swierkot

Representative of people with neurological conditions

Rebecca Duff

Chair Neurological Alliance of Scotland (on maternity leave)


Email: Colin Urquhart / Clinical Priorities

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