Revisiting Beveridge's Five Giants

Fellowship Event


Grassmarket Community Project, Edinburgh

  • Health & wellbeing

To help grow the RSA Scotland Health Network, the Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (the ALLIANCE) and RSA Scotland invite you to the second in a series of events exploring Britain’s new ‘Giants’. The event will be hosted by ALLIANCE programme, the Health and Social Care Academy with a focus on leadership. We’ll explore how ambitious and inspiring leadership can help to transform and develop support and services and create the conditions for everyone to thrive.

Guest speakers will share their views on what needs to happen to improve people’s experiences, the barriers to change, the drivers for transformation and how it can be achieved. Facilitated by the RSA and ALLIANCE, there will be plenty of opportunity to discuss the levers for change and the steps that can be taken to emphasise the humanity of those delivering and receiving care.

The event will be chaired by Chaired by Clare Cable, Chief Executive and Nurse Director, Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland and Honorary Professor, Queen Margaret University.

Guest Speakers

Mairi O’Keefe, Director of Ceannas, Patron of Leuchie House

Bill Alexander, Associate, Children in Scotland

Claire D’All, Disability Activist, A Journey in my Wheels

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