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Venue: Education Centre, Ashford Hospital

2.00pm to 4.30pm

Agenda – Open Session

 

  Action Lead Report
  Declaration of Interest in the proceedings      
1 Apologies      
2 Minutes Decision AMcL Paper 2.0
3 Matters Arising      
         
4 Reports      
4.1 Chairman's Report Receive AMcL Paper 4.1
4.2 Chief Executive’s Report Receive SR Paper 4.2
         
5 Quality and Safety      
5.1 IGAC Minutes Receive HC Paper 5.1
5.2 Quality Report Assurance HC / DF Paper 5.2
5.3 Safer Staffing Levels Assurance HC Paper 5.3
5.4 Trust Risk Register Assurance MI Paper 5.4
5.5 Board Assurance Framework Decision GR Paper 5.5
5.6 Health and Safety Report Assurance VB Paper 5.6
         
6 Performance      
6.1 Performance Report Assurance VB Paper 6.1
6.2 Balanced Scorecard Assurance LMcK / SM Paper 6.2
6.3 Finance Committee Minutes Receive NA Paper 6.3
         
7 Strategy and Planning      
7.1 Winter Plan Assurance VB Paper 7.1
         
8 Regulatory      
8.1 Monitor Q2 Submission Decision GR Paper 8.1
8.2 Register of Interests Receive GR Paper 8.2
8.3 Trust Seal Note GR  
         
9 Any Other Business      
10 Questions from the Public      
11

Next meeting:

27th November 2014, Ashford Hospital

     

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