Alan White

Alan White

Chairman

In 2016 Alan was awarded a DHI scholarship to study for an MRes (in Digital Health) at Robert Gordon University. Alan has recently led the development of mHealth projects in the UK and Sub-Saharan Africa. He is currently validating an application of IHL’s  Well@ machine learning platform as part of his part-time post-graduate study at the University of Aberdeen.

Jay Evans

Jay Evans

Solutions Director

Jay has worked in global health and delivered digital health interventions at scale with organisations such as the International Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease and the American Cancer Society. He has also worked to deploy community-based mHealth programmes at scale together with governments in the Americas and South Asia. He is currently also a Teaching Fellow at the University of Edinburgh’s eHealth Research Unit

Steve Bell

Steve Bell

Systems Director

Steve has worked in public health and health promotion for over 25 years within the NHS nationally and at the local Health Board level.  He has occupied a national leadership role as Director of the Scottish Centre for Healthy Working Lives, which he established in 2005 and has subsequently delivered support to over 20,000 employers.

Ross Haworth

Ross Haworth

Non-Executive Financial Director

Ross, formally a global director of International SOS, Ross now advises several professional bodies and organisations working internationally in the area of remote healthcare and serves as a non-executive director on the board of several healthcare-related companies.

Silja Voolma

Silja Voolma

Clinical Director

Dr. Silja Voolma is a Cambridge- and St Andrews-educated behavioural psychologist with over a decade of experience in designing behaviour change interventions and implementing digital health products and services across the startup, private, and government sectors. She is a research and teaching faculty member of the Institute of Psychology and the Institute of Genomics at the University of Tartu in Estonia and contributes to digital health teaching work at Imperial College, London. Silja was the Head of Personalised Medicine in her birth country of Estonia, led the research and design of personalised genetic risk communication for participants of the Estonian Biobank, and continues to work with individuals on improving their health and wellbeing using health psychology and behavioral science-based approaches.

Silja is also a practitioner of Compassionate Inquiry, trained by Dr. Gabot Mate, a world-renowned physician and addiction expert. She has designed behavior change interventions across multiple health experiences, including type II diabetes, cardiovascular disease, addiction disorders, and mental health conditions. Silja’s approach to behaviour change centres on theory and evidence-based techniques supporting intrinsic motivation, autonomy, and individual choice in intersectional contexts of change.

 

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