Tackling Malnutrition in Older people Living at Home in Scotland

Our Team

Laura Cairns
Project Manager

My role is to work in partnership with key stakeholders to deliver the project strands: tests of change, research and evaluation, policy into practice, collaborative relationships and capacity building.
E: laura@eatwellagewell.org.uk
M: 07718 489018

Michelle Slater
Innovations Officer

My role is to identify, plan and implement tests of change to prevent, detect and treat malnutrition, and to support local people to carry out their own tests of change.
E: michelle.slater@eatwellagewell.org.uk
M: 07718 489027

Susan Newall
Administration and Finance Officer

My role is to be first point of contact for all incoming enquiries. I also support the project by providing all administrative functions required, including financial administration.
E: susan@eatwellagewell.org.uk
M: 0131 447 8151

Danielle Redmond Gray
Digital Communications Officer

My role is to implement a nationwide campaign to raise awareness of the project and all its activities. I will also be promoting the Eat Well Age Well website as a key source of information and resources.
E: daniellerg@eatwellagewell.org.uk
M: 07718 489029

Sally Grubb

My role is to sense check the nutritional information used in the project and work with stakeholders to help them identify further opportunities to reduce malnutrition within their own work.
E: sally@eatwellagewell.org.uk
M: 07718 489023

Nigel Lack
Impact and Policy Officer

My role is to gather and promote evidence that the Eat Well Age Well initiative is making an impact, both in detecting and measuring the extent of malnutrition in older people, but also in finding solutions and approaches to tackle and reduce malnutrition itself.
E: nigel@eatwellagewell.org.uk
M: 07718 489024