National Advisor for Digital Mental Health, Scottish Government
Chris Wright has worked in the Scottish Government and NHS in Scotland for over seventeen years, focusing on the implantation, design and development of unique services and systems having been responsible for a number of initiatives and key developments in the field of mental health in Scotland.
During this time Chris has held a key role in more than 45 projects within the NHS at local, national and European levels focusing on technology, innovation and service delivery within the health and care settings. Chris is currently the National Advisor for Digital Mental Health and the Head of the Digital Mental Health Programme. In this role, Chris is nationally overseeing the development and implementation of a range of large scale digital mental health services across Scotland.