Clinical governance and leadership. Invented in the UK, exported to NZ.  Developments that can contribute to NHS England

This lecture by Professor Robin Gauld will report the late-1990s in response to various failures in medical professionalism but also to promote equal emphasis in NHS organizations on accountability for both clinical performance and financial performance, and ensure that health professionals were responsible for driving quality improvement.

On 2012, the national assessment project in which the spectrum of New Zealand health professionals were surveyed about clinical governance development and site visits to District Health Boards undertaken. A range of innovative models have been put in place, many influenced by developments in the NHS.

Speaker: Professor Robin Gauld, New Zealand-UK Link Foundation Visiting Professor, 2014

Chair: Sir Malcolm Grant (Chairman, NHS England Management Committee)

Respondent: Dr Anna Dixon (Director of Strategy, Ministry of Health)


 Venue: The Chancellor’s Hall (Senate House, first floor), Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU

Date and Time: 27 November 2014, 18:00 – 20:00

Attendance is free, but please register here