MacKay Hannah

A Right to Rehabilitation in Scotland: The next step in transforming health and well being


Elinor Jayne

Head of Influencing, Sue Ryder

Elinor Jayne is our Head of Influencing, overseeing our work in England and Scotland. Elinor has been at Sue Ryder for five years, before which she worked for other non-profits in Scotland.

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Alison Keir

Policy Officer for Scotland, Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT)


Kenryck Lloyd-Jones

Public Affairs and Policy Manager for Scotland, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

Kenryck is a public affairs,communications & marketing professional and responsible for communications in Scotland for the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. His responsibilities include driving the public affairs and public relations strategy for the Society in Scotland, and leading on profile and influence with decision makers and the Scottish media.

He was formerly responsible for public affairs at the National Union of Students where he led the re-alignment and development of the organisation to engage with the new political structures following devolution.

Throughout his career, Kenryck has contributed widely to areas of social policy in Scotland in health, education and local government. He was appointed by the then First Minister to the Scottish Further Education Funding Council where he supported its merger with higher education to form a new body in 2005.

In 2009 he was elected as a fellow of the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of arts, manufacturing and commerce) and is particularly interested in innovation in health and education.

In the 2011 Scottish Parliament Elections, Kenryck was a parliamentary candidate for the Scottish Labour Party in the South of Scotland. 


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I found this to be a really useful day. Hearing from some of the groups/partners in addressing attainment helps to 'legitimize' them and allows me to be confident in their credibility. I would like to thank the organisers for offering complimentary places to students. This conference has been and will be very valuable tome and I would not have been able to attend without that generosity. Keeping abreast of the current thinking is so important in a difficult area like education.

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