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Meet the Housing Scotland 2019 speaker: Ruth Glassborow

The SFHA’s flagship event, Housing Scotland 2019, takes place on 11 and 12 June at Radisson Blu Hotel in central Glasgow.

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The SFHA has announced Ruth Glassborow as one of the speakers at its annual conference, Housing Scotland 2019.

Ms Glassborow provides strategic leadership for the Improvement Hub which supports health and social care organisations across Scotland to redesign and continuously improve services, with the ultimate aim of improving the health and wellbeing outcomes for people in Scotland. 

Before joining Healthcare Improvement Scotland, Ruth worked for the Scottish Government, providing strategic leadership for a portfolio of programmes focused on delivering sustained improvements across dementia and mental health services. Prior to this, she held a range of senior management positions in health and social care around the UK, including supporting and leading innovative partnership programmes with the housing sector.

Ms Glassborow will speak alongside Matthew Gardiner, Head of Ideation at L & Q and Professor Duncan Maclellan, Professor of Public Policy at CACHE. During their session, the panel will share their views regarding what the housing sector may look like in 2040. The panel will then discuss what we need to do to prepare for the changes. 

The SFHA’s flagship event, Housing Scotland 2019, takes place on 11 and 12 June at the newly refurbished Radisson Blu Hotel in central Glasgow. Residential places start from £595 for SFHA members and £950 for non-members. You can also attend the event as a day delegate for as little as £280.

Take advantage of the SFHA’s current offer and book three day places to receive a fourth day place free.

To book your place at this year’s Housing Scotland 2019, or for more information, please click here.

Look out for the next ‘Meet the Speaker’ in tomorrow’s issue of Housing Scotland Today.