Healthcare Improvement Scotland Hits The Headlines

by Heather Peebles

Thursday, December 12th, 2013

05 DEC The Falkirk Herald Pg 20 CROP MBA retired teacher’s mission to promote equality in healthcare across Scotland through her work with a world-renowned Scottish organisation has featured in the local press.

Margo Biggs, inspired by both her academic interest in health and social issues and personal experience of the NHS, ensures the voice of the patient is heard in her role as a key member of the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN).

And such is the importance of her position, that Margo – who used to teach at Stirling High School and now lives in Falkirk – was invited to take a leading part in the 20th anniversary celebrations of SIGN. For more details on her work visit the original press release.

The story of her valuable work was picked up by The Falkirk Herald.

The coverage was achieved as part of an ongoing PR campaign for Healthcare Improvement Scotland. If you would like to find out how targeted, high quality, public relations can help benefit your business or organisation get in touch today.


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