Shaping the future of health and social care: Insights from Professor Derek Feeley.

Join us for a webinar on 17 April, at 10-11:30am with Professor Derek Feeley, former Chief Executive of NHS Scotland, as he shares his expertise and global perspective on the future of health and social care in Scotland. Professor Feeley’s insights will be invaluable for people interested in shaping health and social care.  

Professor Feeley will explore the key challenges and opportunities facing health and social care in Scotland.  Drawing on his extensive background in leadership and policy development, including chairing of the Independent Review of Adult Social Care, he will share how design and delivery of health and social care must be grounded in rights and valuing the voice of lived experience. As part of the ALLIANCE annual conference, “Our Voice, Our Rights, Our Future,” this webinar holds particular significance, with a strong emphasis on looking at how action now will shape future change. 

The webinar will be chaired by the ALLIANCE’s Chief Officer of Development Sara Redmond.

You can register for this event by going directly to the registration page. Please let us know if you have any accessibility requirements. If you have any questions you can get in touch with us by emailing

Professor Derek Feeley, CB, DBA, is a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), a Board Member at the Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Services (IRISS), Advisor to the Board at East London Foundation Trust and an Honorary Professor at the University of the West of Scotland. He chaired the Independent Review of Adult Social Care which reported to the Scottish Government in February 2021. Before returning to Scotland in 2020, he was IHI’s Chief Executive and prior to joining IHI, he was Director General of Health and Social Care in the Scottish Government, and Chief Executive of NHS Scotland. In that role, he was the principal advisor to the Scottish Government on all health, health care, and social care policy matters, as well as having leadership responsibility for NHS Scotland’s 140,000 staff. 

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