Bitesize CPD webinar: Risk management and governance

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Paul Dillon-Robinson, Non-Executive Director, Queen Victoria Hospital NHS FT

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In the first of the HFMA’s bitesize CPD webinars, Paul Dillon-Robinson takes a look at the subject of risk management and the link to effective organisational governance. The webinar will provide an introduction (or refresher) to the subject and then look at how these concepts apply to managing NHS organisations during the Covid-19 pandemic. What has changed in our approach to risk management and what does this mean for financial governance? Paul will also consider what this has meant for risk appetite and the role of the board in managing risk. Why are we doing things differently? How do we plan for the unexpected and what will our experiences during Covid-19 mean for the future? A successful organisation identifies risks and takes action to mitigate them, within an effective system of governance. That requirement has not changed but the way we approach it may have done.

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