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Introducing NHS finance to chairs, non-executives & lay members

During this webinar, Paul will discuss in detail the following topics:
• Role of a NED / Lay member in an NHS organisation : particularly the non-executive nature, role on sub-committees and what “not” to do.
• NHS finance – how the NHS is funded (from Parliament down) and how funds work their way down to organisations; including the main contractual arrangements.
• An introduction to the terminology.
• Governance models in the NHS.
Recorded Jun 3 2020 92 mins
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Paul Dillon-Robinson, Non-Executive Director, Queen Victoria Hospital NHS FT
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