SPIRE | Resources

Leaflets and poster

British sign language versions

Patient leaflet

Patient opt-out form

Easy read version

Interview with Libby Morris

A short film created in conjunction with the Scottish Commission for Learning Disability explaining how SPIRE is helping NHS Scotland improve the way it uses information from GP patient records.

Interviews in support of SPIRE

In support of SPIRE Alan McDevitt

Dr Alan McDevitt, Chair of the SGPC talking about the benefits of SPIRE for practices, clusters and the NHS in Scotland and the robustness of the safeguards in place.


Benefits of SPIRE Miles Mack

Dr Miles Mack, Chair of RCGP in Scotland, on the benefits of SPIRE for practices and patients across Scotland.


Safe information Colin Angus

Colin Angus, Chairman of the RCGP Patient Participation in Partnership (P3) group on how SPIRE will keep information safe and confidential, and how SPIRE can help improve health in Scotland.


Benefits of SPIRE John Gillies

Professor John Gillies, Honorary Professor, Department of General Practice, University of Edinburgh, on the benefits of SPIRE for patients, practices and health in Scotland.


In support of SPIRE Andrew Morris

Professor Andrew Morris, Professor of Medicine, Vice Principal Data Science, University of Edinburgh, talking about how SPIRE will improve health through data by giving us the opportunity to look at the quality of care across the whole of Scotland.


Safe information Jim Walker

Jim Walker, a patient representative on the SPIRE Project Board reassures patients about the safeguards in place with SPIRE.


Benefits of sharing John Stirling

John Stirling, a patient representative from Disabilities, Fife explaining how SPIRE is helping NHS Scotland improve the way it uses information from GP patient records

Promotional video

SPIRE Explained

A short animated film showing SPIRE is helping NHS Scotland improve the way it uses information from GP patient records.