If you have a technical query relating to SOAR, please send a helpdesk request to SOAR@nes.scot.nhs.uk. If you have already submitted a helpdesk request, please wait until a member of the team responds, as continual helpdesk submissions will cause confusion and delay our ability to respond efficiently.
Dr Niall Cameron
National Appraisal Adviser (PT)
E: SOAR@nes.scot.nhs.uk (please mark FAO: Niall Cameron)
Niall's role is to work with the other members of the Medical Appraisal Team to review and develop all aspects of the Medical Appraisal scheme in Scotland. Niall links with all stakeholders in Scotland and represents NES at a number of national groups who have an interest in appraisal and revalidation.
Training Manager (FT)
Harry joined the team on 1st February 2016 as Training Manager. His role will include the support of existing Training Courses for Appraisers as well as the development of new courses and possible services as the work of the NES Medical Appraisal team evolves.
Harry has worked within the NES Medical Directorate for approximately 10 years having previously held the posts of Hospital Training Manager and, for the last 4 years, Quality Improvement Manager, and brings with him considerable experience of postgraduate medical education and its governance and shaping by the GMC.
Information Manager (FT)
William is responsible for the development and maintenance of the SOAR website and system. He also provides training and support to Appraisers and local administrative staff using the resource as part of the appraisal process.
Joyce is responsible for providing full-time administrative support to the Medical Appraisal Team, including processing all applications for Appraiser training and allocating applicants to training courses.
Alistair Bryan & Kris Wright
Information Technicians (FT)
Both Alistair and Kris started in May 2014, providing SOAR user support on the helpdesk to doctors and administrators alike, and user training via BT WebEx.
This page was last updated on: 28/06/2016
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