Cathie Cowan, GenerationQ fellow

Scotland
Cathie Cowan has been Chief Executive of NHS Orkney since February 2010. With a budget of £50m and a workforce of 540 staff, Cathie is responsible for creating and implementing an inspiring vision for the organisation, instilling a performance culture that improves experience, safety and quality,...

Ruth Glassborow, GenerationQ fellow

Scotland
Ruth was seconded to Healthcare Improvement Scotland in August 2013, initially to lead the NHS Lanarkshire Rapid Review Assessment and then (from January 2014) as Interim Director of Safety and Improvement.

Simon Mackenzie, Quality Improvement Fellow

Scotland
Simon Mackenzie is Divisional Medical Director for University Hospitals Division, NHS Lothian. He has a long involvement in quality improvement and is responsible for healthcare governance in one of the largest providers of secondary and tertiary care in the UK. In 1992, Simon was appointed as...

Jane-Claire Judson, GenerationQ fellow

Scotland
As the National Director for Diabetes UK Scotland, Jane-Claire is responsible for leading and managing the charity’s activities in Scotland. After graduating from the University of Dundee in 2000, with an MA in English Literature and Contemporary European Studies, Jane-Claire went on to work i...

Hazel Borland, GenerationQ fellow

Scotland
Hazel Borland is the Executive Nurse Director at NHS Dumfries and Galloway. Her responsibilities include the professional leadership of nurses, midwives and allied health professionals, patient and public involvement, quality improvement, clinical governance and patient safety. Hazel started h...

Judith Proctor, GenerationQ fellow

Scotland
Judith Proctor is the Director of Planning and Head of Strategic Planning, Commissioning and Performance in a joint post across NHS Dumfries and Galloway and Dumfries and Galloway Council. Her responsibilities include health and social care planning and commissioning, and leading the integration ...

Andy Crawford, GenerationQ fellow

Scotland
Andy is the Head of Clinical Governance at NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, with strategic responsibility for clinical improvement and assurance across acute care, primary care and mental health, and leading quality systems throughout the organisation. Andy’s clinical background includes registe...

Lesley Anne Smith, Quality Improvement Fellow

Scotland
Lesley Anne is closely involved in the implementation of the Scottish Patient Safety Programme in NHS Highland and chairs the Medicines Safety Subgroup of the Area Drug and Therapeutics Committee.

Mark MacGregor, GenerationQ fellow

Scotland
Mark graduated in medicine and physiology from Glasgow University in 1990, and then trained in general medicine and nephrology, predominantly in the west of Scotland. He was appointed as a consultant physician and nephrologist in 2004, and Clinical Director for Medical Specialties at Crosshous...

Harriet Hunter, GenerationQ fellow

Scotland
Since completing her fellowship, Harriet has become Acting Head of Organisational Development, Leadership and Learning at the Scottish Government.

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