Greater Manchester Lancs & South Cumbria Senate

North West Senate Councils are looking for new members

28th September 2018

Senate Council member quotesThe two North West Clinical Senates are now recruiting for Senate Council members.

The role: To drive our important work providing independent strategic clinical advice to improve patient outcomes across Greater Manchester, Lancashire & South Cumbria, and Cheshire & Merseyside.

The role

  • Senate_Strapline_pic.jpgAre you an experienced health or social care professional, passionate about delivering the best possible health outcomes for your population?
  • Do you have the ambition, drive, integrity and influence to work strategically with others to determine and recommend the right configuration of services to best meet patients’ needs?
  • Are you working in a clinical role, with direct contact with patients, in Cheshire, Merseyside, Greater Manchester, Lancashire or South Cumbria?
  • Are you a member of the North West Senates Assembly? Find out more
  • Are you ready to represent and advise on behalf of the Clinical Senate, developing effective multi-professional relationships and drawing upon the breadth of clinical expertise and opinion within our Senate Assembly, leading change across boundaries?

If so, we’d love to hear from you.

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What's involved?

As a member of the Senate Clinical Council, you’ll be part of an important multi-professional team of up to 35 clinicians, leading and managing the Senate’s business.

Our role is to provide impartial clinical advice, focused always on the best interests of the population, not of organisations or professional interests. Professional objectivity and neutrality are the basis of our influence and credibility.

Together, the Senate Councils and Assembly are driving and influencing change across our regions. If you’d like to join us, click on the links below for more information and an application form:

 

Further information

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