The Importance of Clinical Governance
Clinical governance encompasses quality assurance, quality improvement and risk and incident management. But how important is Clinical Governance? What does good look like?
Wendy Cookson who has 25 years healthcare experience joins us to discuss.
Date: Thursday 28th February 2019
Time: 8:30am to 11:00am
Location: Interim Partners - London
Clinical governance is relevant to all professionals within the healthcare sector whether they are in the NHS or in Private Care.
We will be joined by Wendy Cookson, who will discuss the importance clinical governance. Throughout this session she will draw on her previous experience and show us practical applications within NHS and private care.
The session will be followed by a Q&A with Wendy.
About the speaker
Wendy Cookson has over 25 years experience in health and care. Since 2011 she have worked independently, advising boards on leadership, quality of care, strategy and the delivery of excellent clinical and corporate governance, She has directed complete quality turnaround in several organisations taking them out of quality special measures and helped others to avoid regulatory sanctions. She is also a Well-Led Board reviewer both nationally and recently in East Africa.
As well as her consultancy, Wendy currently holds Non-Executive Director positions in one of the largest NHS Foundation Trusts in the country, and a Community CIC in Kent. She is also a Trustee on the Board of a community Charity in London. She is a registered nurse, with an MBA and holds The Institute of Directors Award in the Role of the Director.