Head of Transformational Redesign, Healthcare Improvement Scotland
Diana is the Head of Transformational Redesign for the Improvement Hub of Healthcare Improvement Scotland. Previously Diana was Marie Curie’s Divisional Business and Service Development Manager for Scotland, and Head of Partnerships & Commissioning for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Her work demonstrates a commitment to partnerships, using research and evidence, to deliver improvements in outcomes for patients and their families. Her palliative care service redesign programmes have covered urban and rural areas, with published evaluations including health economics and health outcome measures.
Diana has a Masters in Economics and has previously worked in international development in the Ukraine and Nigeria, and fundraising for Marie Curie and the Red Cross. Diana is founder of Chukwu, a charity supporting investments to end poverty in Africa and supports community engagement as Trustee with the National Wallace Monument charity and its Scottish heroine project.