As reshuffles in Scotland go, this week’s was pretty dramatic, particularly for those of us in the health and care sector.
Questioned by Monica Lennon MSP at First Minister’s Questions last week, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon pledged to “take forward” all five of the recommendations contained in our latest Rewrite the Future report into neurological care in Scotland.
First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to work with us at Sue Ryder to ‘take forward’ the recommendations to improve neurological care in our report.
More than twelve months on from the launch of Rewrite the Future – our 2016 campaign to end inequalities in care for people with neurological conditions – seems like a good time to sit down and consider what progress has been made, writes our Scotland Policy and Public Affairs Manager Elinor.
With 20 of the 129 MSPs recently elected pledging to help us Rewrite the Future for people with neurological conditions, we hope to look forward to a positive future for neurological care in Scotland.
“The difference made for people with neurological conditions by specialist care and support is huge. And that’s why we are campaigning.”
We went to the SNP conference discover what the party for health and social care provision across Scotland