Date: Thursday, 26 March 2020
Time: 9:30 – 10:30am
Place: Zoom Conference Call
The Mental Health Network are working in partnership with the Good Governance Institute to provide both practical advice and to support you and your board during this time. As well as providing space and channels for you to share your concerns, challenges and ideas during this time so that we can consolidate this and amplify your collective voice. We would like to invite you to join a conference call hosted jointly by Andrew Corbett-Nolan, CEO of Good Governance Institute, and Beatrice Fraenkel, Chair of Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust and one of our Chair representatives on the MHN Board to share your concerns, challenges and ideas at this time.
This will be held on Thursday 26 March, 9:30am – 10:30am via Zoom Conference Call as we are keen to move quickly in listening and supporting you and understanding the specific challenges you and your organisation may face whilst delivering mental health services for the NHS. This is the start of the conversation, and we plan to share the outcomes of this call and use it to inform our offer and support to you in the coming weeks and months.
Professor Andrew Corbett-Nolan is the Chief Executive of GGI and a Professor within the Business Management School at the University of Chester. Working in healthcare since 1987 and having been both an executive and non-executive within the NHS, Andrew’s experience and counsel for boards is uniquely comprehensive. He served as a non-executive at a leading mental health NHS FT in London, chairing the clinical governance committee and supported seven mental health trusts through their NHS FT approval process. He is a published authority on NHS governance and is linked into various international healthcare governance and quality networks such as in his role as a Director at the Good Governance Academy, a global initiative set up by Mervyn King and based in Johannesburg.
Beatrice Fraenkel has been Chair of Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust since 2008 and is one of three Chair representative of the Mental Health Network advisory board. She has worked with a wide range of public, private and voluntary sector partners to deliver for and with their local communities. Beatrice is also a Trustee of the Design Council (Dec 2018 to date) and is a Special Advisor to the Care Quality Commission.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Attendance to this event is by invitation only.