Video Enabled Health and Care

Meet the team

Hazel Archer, Digital Access Programme Lead, Scottish Government

Hazel Archer

Hazel is a Statistician by training and has a background in IT and Project Management. She joined the Health Service in 2003, as a project manager to set up a paediatric telehealth service before joining the Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare. She currently leads the Technology Enabled Care work-stream scaling-up the use of the Attend Anywhere / Near Me video consulting platform along with supporting the Scottish Access Collaborative’s remote consulting challenge.

Dawn Robb, Project Manager

Dawn Robb

Dawn is a project manager with NHS National Service Scotland. She has supported the programme since its launch in 2016 and has worked with services across Scotland to promote and extend the service. Dawn currently loves a good night’s sleep, when she can get one.

Yvonne Leathley

Yvonne has gained experience working in local authorities, private sector and third sector organisations managing organisational change, HR and workforce development.

Yvonne has engaged with the Aberdeen City Community Planning Quality Improvement network since 2015 and has worked in a Quality Improvement role with the Care Inspectorate since 2018.

Yvonne is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, has an MBA and is a supporter of continuous development – both personally and in the workplace – and is working closely with projects around Scotland introducing video consultation in a variety of settings.

Jill Gordon

Junior Project Manager, NHS National Service Scotland. Jill manages and supports projects throughout various stages of the project lifecycle. She has worked in both the private and public sector including creative, charity and health organisations. Working alongside Yvonne, she is supporting both the Scale Up project work along with Care Homes roll out of VC capability. She loves learning, cats and coffee.

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