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Building effective NHS boards – Introductory Policy Governance workshop at Birkbeck, London University – 22 October, 2008 September 14, 2008

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The UK Policy Governance Association (UKPGA) in association with the new London Centre for Corporate Governance and Ethics at Birkbeck, London University, are holding a workshop on Wednesday 22 October. The event will take place in the Council Room at Birkbeck (see maps) and will focus on building effective NHS boards using Policy Governance.

The use of Policy Governance at Southend University Hospital NHS foundation trust will be a specific case study with both the Chair and CEO of the trust making presentations and participating in a ‘board governance surgery’.

The event costs £100 per delegate. Spaces are limited so it is advisable to book early. E-mail ukpolicygovernance@gmail.com to reserve your space.

For further information, download the flyer here: Download birkbeck_22_october_2008_pg_flyer.pdf .

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1. Jerry Hitzhusen - October 20, 2009

I am trying to contact an old golfing colleague of mine, Kevin Jones, who used to be the Golf Professional at Caldy Golf Club several years back but have lost touch with him. I am a University Professor in Parks, Recreation & Tourism at the U. of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri. I was very fortunate to be able to attend two Opens, one at Turberry and one at Royal Lythm & St. Annes, partly due to Kevin Jones. Can you send him my e-mail or send me his info.?Thank you-Golf in the Kingdom is alive and well with Professionals like Kevin Jones.


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