Board members will influence and support the Centre’s work on health and social care leadership.
The health and social care sector needs good leaders to help ensure the best quality of care is being delivered to patients, service users and their families. It is vital that the Centre works in partnership with these people to understand what is important to them and then work together to support activities around health and social care leadership. The Community Advisory Board will form a core part of the Centre’s governance as community representatives will influence the work of the Centre.
3rd October 2019
24th October 2019
Centre for Health and Social Care Leadership, University of Birmingham
The Centre for Health and Social Care Leadership (the Centre) brings together researchers and educators at the University of Birmingham, members of the public and health and social care professionals.
The Centre combines high quality research, meaningful engagement with people and communities, and insights from health and social care professionals and managers to improve leadership practice in the UK and internationally.
All of health care
All of research
The group will receive dedicated support from the Centre project officer, Daisy King. This support will include: • Provision of information and guidance relating to the Centre to Community Advisory Board members. • Providing administrative support to Community Advisory Board meetings. This includes sending documentation in advance of meetings and taking minutes. • Circulating regular updates on the work and progress of the Centre. • Ensuring formal documentation for the Community Advisory Board
We will offer public contributors honoraria in line with honoraria offered by NIHR INVOLVE.
We will reimburse reasonable expenses associated with attending meetings including travel expenses.