Welcome to the website of the South West Clinical Senate. Clinical Senates were established in 2013 under the Health and Social Care Act (2012) to serve as the collective conscience of health and social care. The role of the Clinical Senate is to work with commissioners to describe optimal service configurations in the quest for high quality, sustainable services. This is achieved by generating questions relating to specific service areas, which are addressed during Senate Council meetings. In this way the Clinical Senate hopes to establish itself as a critical friend of the whole system.
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Principles for Developing Community Reconfiguration Proposals

10th November 2016 Meeting Principles for Developing Community Reconfiguration Proposals Click here for the principles Presentations: Primary Care Setting – Phil Yates Workforce Strategy Planning – Clare Hines The evidence, or lack of, for community transformation – Sarah Purdy Integration Case Study – Karen Frankland Citizens’ Assembly Response – Kevin Dixon

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