Scottish health chiefs scrutinise drug treatment services

The Scottish’s executive’s health committee is meeting today to look at the effectiveness of the nation’s drug treatment and rehabilitation services.
A panel of eight experts, including Stephen Moore of the Association of Directors of Social Work, will join the round-table talks on tackling drug abuse.
Justice minister Cathy Jamieson will answer questions. 
Panel members
Lesley Finch, Scottish Prostitutes Education Project.

Mark Frankland, education manager, First Base.

Dave Liddle, director, Scottish Drugs Forum.

Professor Neil McKeganey, director, centre for drug misuse research, University of Glasgow.

Alex MacKinnon, head of parliamentary and corporate affairs, Scottish Pharmaceutical General Council.

Stephen Moore, Association of Directors of Social Work.

Catriona Renfrew, director of corporate planning and policy, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde.

Dr Richard Watson, clinical lead for drug misuse, Royal College of General Practitioners Scotland.
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