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Sep 30 2020


04:35 PM - 04:55 PM


Free of charge

RD&E Focus Group 2: Governor Quality Priorities ‘What matters to you? BOOKINGS NOW CLOSED (30 Sept; 4.35pm – 4.55pm)

Part of Main Virtual Members’ Engagement Event 4.35 pm to 4.55 pm

Session Start time 4.35  (approximately 20mins session)
Focus Group Facilitators: Faye Doris,  Deputy Lead Governor and Anum Shuja Patient Experience Lead & Staff Governor at the RD&E

What is a Governors Quality Priority?
A Governors Quality Priority is something identified by the ‘Council of Governors’, as an area or subject that matters to them.  This represents subjects raised to the Governors by the members of the Trust and the public.

To facilitate the process of establishing the Quality Priorities for the coming year 2021-2022.  The Governors want to know ‘what matters to you? For the chance to have your say, sign up to the focus group.


Simply click on the blue ‘BOOK‘ button on this page Or email the Engagement Team

Our online focus groups will run simultaneously after our two key note speaker talks. Further information on the focus group topics will be announced shortly.  Places are limited, exclusive to members only and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis,  so to register your interest in participating, sign up now.


STEP 1 : If allocated a place on a focus group  you will receive an auto-email acknowledging your booking.

STEP 2: Next Monday (28 Sept) you will receive a confirmation & event joining instructions email – please keep hold of the email.   

Not received your joining instructions email? – Check your junk folder.

Don’t forget!
If booked to take part in the main AMM event and a focus group, you will need to have to hand on your computer, or other device,  both the LINK to open the screen for the main AMM event, PLUS the LINK to access your booked focus group.

To get in touch.  Email the Engagement Team alternatively call the Engagement Team on 01392403977. (Note our office hours are Monday to Friday, from 9am to 5pm)