The Prevention and Management of Falls in the Community: A Framework for Action for Scotland 2014/15

The aim of the Framework for Action is to support a more consistent approach to falls prevention and management and in doing so improve experiences and outcomes for older people, their families and carers; and to accelerate the pace of implementing integrated falls and fragility fracture pathways.

Appendix 1: Participants in the Meeting of Falls Leads, March 2013

Representing Name
Ayrshire & Arran Elaine Hill
Rebekah Wilson
Borders Elaine Auld
Dumfries & Galloway Hazel Dykes
Sarah Kirk
Lorraine Priestley
Fife Moira Bell
Ingrid Hale
Forth Valley Lesley Yarrow
Linda Saunders
Grampian Shona Strachan
Anne McKenzie
Rosie Cooper
Greater Glasgow & Clyde Margaret Anderson
Liz Daniels
Noeleen Elliot
Josephine Wight
Gordon Bryan
Suzanne Marshall
Heather Caughey
Mary Angela McKenna
Elaine Marsh
Karen Beattie
Marie Farrell
Highland Margaret Moss
Rhiannon Pitt
Mary Wilson
Christine McArthur
Gavin Sell
Lanarkshire Senga Cree
Lianne Mcinally
Sandra Lawler
Lothian Roz Eccles
Kirstin James
Kirstie Stenhouse
Orkney Carol Mainland
Shetland Fiona Smith
Tayside Paul Moran
Lynne Houston
Carolyn Wilson
Care Inspectorate Edith Macintosh
Glasgow Caledonian University Dawn Skelton
Scottish Ambulance Service Christopher Conroy
Elaine Kelly
Dementia Services Sandra Shafii
National Falls Programme Ann Murray
Scottish Government Sarah L Mitchell


Email: Susan Malcolm

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