Scott graduated from the Uni. Strathclyde undergraduate programme in 2013 and has practiced as an orthotist since. He currently works in a senior clinical role for Peacocks Medical Group, providing NHS clinics throughout North East England. Scott joined BAPO Professional Affairs in 2014 and the Executive Committee in 2016. His clinical interests include management of the diabetic foot and he sits as the orthotist representative at the Northern Diabetic Footcare Clinical Network
Professional Affairs CommitteeThis Committee deals with the professional issues that affect the Association and its members. It carefully considers issues that have a direct bearing on the daily practice of Prosthetists, Orthotists, Technicians and Assistants. The Professional Affairs Committee is responsible for the publication and development of our guidelines and ethical code. It is currently leading BAPO’s clinical treatment series, NICE consultations and outcome measures project.
Paul is full time practicing Orthotist. He also sits on the Research committee and Executive committee
I practice as an orthotist, specialising in paediatrics with John Florence Limited. Currently I work at centres including the Evelina London Children's Hospital and The Children's Trust. I joined the Professional Affairs Committee in 2014 and have since had the opportunity to be involved in several work streams. I was the project lead for Measuring Change, BAPO's publication on outcome measures, which included a research survey and subsequent training courses. As part of the NICE subcommittee I have reviewed and commented on NICE guidelines and other consultation documents. I have also been involved with various events promoting careers in prosthetics and orthotics, most recently through the I See The Difference Campaign
Lauren is an Orthotist from Yorkshire and gives a Education and Distribution of information focus to the committee
Miriam is a Research Associate at the University of Nottingham and Senior Orthotist at Nottingham University Hospitals Trust. She also sits as Chair of the BAPO Research Committee.
Douglas Young studied at the world renowned National Centre for Training and Education in Prosthetics and Orthotics at Strathclyde University, in Scotland, graduating in 2006. Since then he has worked across South Wales and the West of England. He currently works as a Clinical Lead in the NHS and Clinical Specialist in the private sector. His specialist interests are in complex orthotic problem solving, lower limb biomechanics and neurological conditions. He has extensive experience working alongside fellow allied health professionals and Consultants. He is passionate about personalised care for each individual and strives for positive orthotic outcomes that contribute to an all-round better quality of life. A keen sportsman, he enjoys playing hockey and running. As well as spending time with his family, drinking coffee and eating cake