Rhoda Macleod is a member of the Senior Management Team in Glasgow Health & Social Care Partnership and is Head of Adult Services with responsibility for Sexual Health, Police Custody and Prison Healthcare.
She completed an honours degree in modern history and political science at the University of Dundee in 1984 and subsequently achieved a post graduate qualification in social work from Glasgow University in 1986. Over the years, Rhoda has accrued a wealth of knowledge and experience in health and social care across a variety of care groups and organisational settings. Commencing her career with Strathclyde Regional Council in as a fieldwork social worker, she further developed experience and knowledge in a variety of management positions, initially in children's services and then learning disability and older people's services in South Lanarkshire Council. Rhoda then moved to work in NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde, managing integrated learning disability services. Prior to moving to her current position, she managed a range of community health services including, community nursing, AHP and rehabilitation services.
In her current role, Rhoda has been instrumental in taking forward the development of the West of Scotland Regional Sexual Assault service and has been working closely with the Scottish Government in developing the integration of social care within the prison setting.
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