§ Dr. Evan Harris
To ask the Secretary of State for Health, pursuant to the answer to the hon. Member for Warrington, North of 24 May,Official Report,column 691W, what the terms of reference were of the review of chiropody services, "Feet First II"; and if he will list the members of the task force assembled during the research of the review of chiropody services, "Feet First 
§ Jacqui Smith
The following aims were agreed for the review of "Feet First":
To review whether the recommendations made in "Feet First" were still relevant or needed updating in the light of national health service developments in the late 1990s; and1078W
To examine levels of service currently being provided and the role of podiatry in the prevention of social exclusion by considering:evidence of reductions in service;shortcomings not related to funding; andoutcome measures that are likely, within available resources, to be feasible and acceptable to the NHS.
The following were members of the working party for the review of "Feet First":
Dr. A. Muir Gray, Director of the Institute of Health Sciences, Oxford University
MembersAvril Imison, Head of Policy—Therapy Services NHS Executive Marie Lancett, Chiropody Adviser—NHS ExecutivePaul Riley, Policy Manager NHS ExecutiveChristine Farrell, NHS ExecutiveAnne Stephens, Head of Podiatry Services—Camden and Islington CHS NHS TrustJohn Rom, Chief Executive—Northampton Community Healthcare NHS TrustPamela Sabine, Chairman—Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists, Thameside Community Health NHS TrustPeter Graham, Chiropody Services Manager—Merton and Sutton Community NHS TrustJackie Haynes, Chief Executive—Buckinghamshire Health Authority.