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MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF GOVERNORS AGENDA

Friday 24 November 2017 from 10.45 - 12:15

at Seminar Room 1 & 2, RILD, RD&E Hospital

 

Open agenda

1. Apologies

James Brent, Chairman

2. Annual Review of the Register of Governor Interests

Melanie Holley, Head of Governance

3. Secretary's Notes

Melanie Holley, Head of Governance

4. Chairman's Remarks

James Brent, Chairman

5. Minutes of the last meeting held on 21 August 2017

Matters Arising and Actions Summary check

James Brent, Chairman

6. Accountability & Engagement

6.1 Chief Executive’s Public Report

Suzanne Tracey, Chief Executive

6.2 Open Question & Answer

Suzanne Tracey, Chief Executive

7. CoG Business

7.1 Elections to Council of Governors 2017

Melanie Holley, Head of Governance

7.2 CoG Coordinating Committee and Working Groups progress reports

Peta Foxall, Lead Governor Richard Bowes, CoG Effectiveness

Faye Doris, Patient Safety & Quality

James Bradley, Member & Public Engagement

7.3 Update from the NHS Providers Governors Advisory Committee

Peta Foxall, member of NHS Providers Governor Policy Board

8. Stakeholder Engagement

8.1 Report from the recent Patient Experience Committee meeting

Faye Doris, Public Governor and Member of the Patient Experience Committee

8.2 Members Day and Annual Members Meeting 2017 Update

Jeff Chinnock, Head of Stakeholder Communications & Engagement

9. Performance & Assurance

9.1 Performance Report

10. Information

 

The next meeting of the Council of Governors will be held 02 March 2018 at the RD&E Hospital.

 

Governors are reminded that any changes to their circumstances concerning their eligibility to vote as a member of a constituency, which have occurred since their last declaration,must be passed to the Secretary immediately. Governors may not vote at Council meetings if they no longer meet the requirements of the Constitution.

 


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