4 Oct 2012
Registrations for this event are closed.
To conclude the clinical governance assessment project, a wrap-up meeting is to be hosted by the University of Otago, the Health Quality & Safety Commission, the National Health Board and DHB Shared Services. At this meeting, the final project report will be released and presented.
This will include results from the national survey of all health professionals employed by DHBs conducted earlier in the year, along with findings from the 19 DHB site visits. There will be a focus on discussion and consideration of lessons for ongoing development of clinical governance and leadership across the sector.
|When:||Thursday 6 December 2012, 9am-4pm|
Otago Medical School, Mein Street
|8:45am||Registration, tea and coffee|
|9:15am||Welcome and overview|
|9:30am||Hon Tony Ryall, Minister of Health|
|10:15am||Dr Helen Dickinson, Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham: 'Clinical leadership in the NHS'|
|11:15am||Professor Robin Gauld, Centre for Health Systems, University of Otago: 'Project findings'|
|12:00pm||Breakout sessions to discuss project findings|
|12:35pm||Breakout groups feed back|
|2:00pm||Exemplar cases of clinical governance and leadership (presented by DHB clinical leaders)|
|2:50pm||Kari Scrimshaw, Right Management 'Stepping up to the challenge: leading and engaging staff', followed by panel discussion (CEO rep, GMHR rep, CMO rep, SMO rep, CNO rep, DAH rep)|
|3:40pm||Closing session: Lessons; Key messages from the day; Follow-up activities|
Registration is free – please RSVP to Nicola Casey (firstname.lastname@example.org).