Dr Emma Lunan - EL - Chair
Emma Anderson - EA - Paths for All
Emma Berry - EB - Paths for All
Kirsty Rankin - KR - Paths for All
Anna Mitchell - AM - Paths for All
Alan McGinley - AMcG - Scotland Versus Arthritis
Kelly Harmen - KH - Scotland Versus Arthritis
Paul Kelly - PK - University of Edinburgh
Chloe Williamson - CW - University of Edinburgh
Amy Hickman - AH - Breast Cancer Now
Kirsty Cumming - KC - Community Leisure UK
Fiona Cross - FC - Age Scotland
Rebekah Ballantyne - RB - Age Scotland
Scott Watson - SW - SW&Co
Shona Watson - ShW - SW&Co
Collete Mason - CM - Health and Social Care Alliance
David Fallon - DF - Scottish Athletics
Gavin MacLeod - GMac - Scottish Disability Sport
Maureen Hunter - MH - Stroke Association
Stuart Brown - SB - CHSS
Flora Jackson - FK - Public Health Scotland
Robert Nesbitt - RN - SAMH
Tracey Harrison - TH - MS Society
Sarah Curgenven - SC - Asthma and Lung Foundation
Niall Taylor - NT - Active Scotland, Scottish Government
Katie Biesty - KB - Active Scotland, Scottish Government
Jolene Lornie - JL - Stroke Association
Notes: Emma Anderson
Welcome from the Chair
A welcome from Dr. Emma Lunan.
Around the screen introductions.
Minutes of the September meeting agreed.
Actions from the September meeting were reviewed.
A note that the meeting will not be minuted but an action note will be circulated following each coalition meeting – this is due to a lack of administrative resources for the project.
Movement for Health Overview – Emma Berry
To bring everyone up to speed as to the context of Movement for Health, why it exists, and the scope of such a coalition of organisations.
Movement for Health Membership Presentations
A showcase of the breadth of work undertaken by the third sector and partners to support people living with long-term conditions to move more across Scotland.
EA to upload presentation reel to the shared drive
The bulk of the meeting was prioritised for members to share the work of their organisations, as such, there was no time to go through these updates. Written updates are to be shared.
Subgroup Chairs to provide EA with written updates
EA to add updates to the shared drive for each subgroup
AOB and Date of Next Meeting
EA thanked all who supported the first Movement for Health event at the end of November. Social Prescribing and Physical Activity: Can Scotland Become a Leader?
Well attended and excellent contributions from presenters, key note and all of the panel as well as audience participation. A draft paper from the event will be uploaded to the shared drive, in the policy subgroup section, for comment as well as press release draft and recording of the session.
EA encouraged members to get in touch with ideas for 2023 meetings, topics and speakers.
Dates of meetings for next year:
March 7th 2023 – in person Stirling
June 6th 2023
September 12th 2023 in person Stirling
December 12th 2023
EA to upload all event info to the shared drive for comment when ready
ALL – email EA with suggestions
EA to send out diary invitations for 2023
A.McGinley : Can I just put an alert out that Versus Arthritis is holding a roundtable on Waiting Well (which, of course, includes supporting people to stay active) in Glasgow on 31 January. Anyone interested, please get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Flora Jackson : https://www.samh.org.uk/get-involved/physical-activity-and-sport/our-projects/feel-your-personal-best I echo what Robert said and encourage you all to have a look at the 'Feel Your Personal Best' campaign and use it as an opportunity to promote your groups and services.
Scottish Disability Sport : Link to the Be Active Be Well In 2023 campaign being run with Paths for All, Scottish Athletics, SAMH and the Daily mile https://www.scottishdisabilitysport.com/be-active-be-well-2023/
jolene.lornie stroke association : Stroke Association has just launched 'Keeping Stroke in mind' which highlights the psychological impact of stroke with the Scottish Govt. https://www.stroke.org.uk/keeping-stroke-recoveries-mind
Flora Jackson : Suggest a collective focus on falls prevention, muscle strength and balance. Prof Dawn Skelton as a potential speaker.