ALLIANCE Live aims to spotlight emerging issues, examples of good practice and innovation taking place within health and social care

ALLIANCE Live is a new information and learning portal connecting audiences to a range of experts from across health and social care. Guests are invited to use the power of story to bring their work or lived experience to life, describing the success and challenges that come with any endeavour including living well with a long-term condition or disability.

These examples will be delivered via a range of online formats including webinars featuring experts delivering informative presentations, in-depth podcasts providing a platform to the voice of lived experience, and video interviews and case studies that aim to enlighten and inform.

Through ALLIANCE Live anyone with an interest in health and social care has access to a bank of inclusive information and content that can be used to influence, educate or inspire.


UPCOMING WEBINARS: ALLIANCE Live webinars will be returning in 2020. Check back for further announcements.

The regular ALLIANCE Live webinars provide a platform for experts from across health and social care to make a presentation on their work based on a particular theme. Following the presentations will be a Q&A where members of the audience can pose questions.

Our webinars allow individuals to gain an insight into new ways of working from across Scotland from the comfort of their own desk or home.


LISTEN NOW – Episode 13: Encouraging ownership in the co-production process with Scottish Autism (this link will take you away from our website)

Our Podcasts take the form of short, informal interviews with panellists from across the broad spectrum of health and social care. These conversations provide the chance to hear in-depth on a variety of subjects and opinions from individuals including healthcare professionals, policymakers, unpaid carers and people living with disabilities and long term conditions.


If you have an idea for an ALLIANCE Live feature or would like more information please contact the team via email or call 0141 404 0231.