PON Co-ordinating group

Emma Miller, University of Strathclyde


Emma is a senior research associate at Strathclyde University   working for many years between research, policy and practice on personal outcomes.

Ellen Daly, Iriss

Ellen Daly

Ellen is a Project Manager at Iriss. Iriss supports the Scottish social services to explore new ways of working and use knowledge to improve outcomes for people, workers & communities.

Julie Gardner, Thistle Foundation

PON photo - Julie Gardner

Julie Gardner is based at the Thistle Foundation, working to embed a focus on personal outcomes in practice, and in evaluation and service improvemen

Pamela Fotheringham, Scottish Social Services Council

Pamela Fotheringham

Pamela works with the SSSC promoting and delivering workforce development activities across a range of areas including  development of standards, frameworks and qualifications.

Audrey Taylor, NHS Education Scotland (NES)

Audrey is Educational Projects Manager at NHS Education Scotland (NES) focusing on mental health

Susan Kelso, Scottish Government


Susan has worked across across health and social care for 30 years and is currently leading research in active ageing.

Joe McGhee, The Care Inspectorate

Joe McGhee as a senior inspector for the Care Inspectorate. She believes that a personal outcomes approach means people’s needs are met, and their strengths, hopes and aspirations.

Margaret McKeith, Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland

Margaret McKeith

Margaret has a long career in health and social care and currently works with the ALLIANCE leading Scotland’s House of Care programme