Senate Assembly

Senate Assembly Annual Conference 2019

The theme of next year’s Senate Assembly Annual Conference has been announced as the 3 types of Knowledge: Research, Data and Patient Experience. The event will take place on 7th March at the Rougemont Hotel, Exeter and will feature presentations from a range of expert speakers. …more information to follow.

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Clinicians as Change Agents – Senate Assembly Annual Conference 2018

Senate Assembly Annual Conference 22nd March 2018, 10am – 4pm, The Rougemont Hotel, Exeter The South West Clinical Senate Assembly annual conference was attended by over 80 clinicians and public representatives in March. The conference explored the role of ‘Clinicians as Change Agents’ through lectures and workshops centred around 4 themes: Influencing the System Influencing…

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Senate Assembly Clinical Review Masterclass 30th March 2017

Clinical Review Masterclass – 2017 Senate Assembly Conference The Senate’s Clinical Review Masterclass has been a great success, we have received lots of positive feedback and we hope everyone who attended found it an informative and insightful day. Thanks to everyone who contributed on the day, the slides and relevant links and documents are available…

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Digital Healthcare Spotlight – 2016 Senate Assembly Conference

The Clinical Senate Digital Healthcare conference on 17th March 2016 was a really informative and interesting day.  Feedback has been very positive, all thanks to the contributors on the day and the Senate Assembly members who attended. The programme from the day is available here The presentation slides from the day are available below: Chairs…

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The South West Senate Assembly  – 12th March 2015

The theme for the day was ‘The challenge of delivering urgent care in the South West’. Click here for the meeting agenda and here for the conference brief. The following presentations from the day are available: Patient and Public perspective The view from Torbay Challenges for the Citizens’ Assembly Changing models of care What’s gone wrong in…

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