Also in About NHS Grampian:
To assist the Board to deliver its responsibilities for the conduct of public business and the stewardship of funds under its control and seeks to provide assurance to the Board that an appropriate system of internal control is in place.
To advise all professionals and organisations within NHS Grampian on ethical matters and to raise their awareness of ethics.
To oversee clinical governance in the three Community Health Partnerships and the Acute sector.
It is responsible for ensuring mechanisms are in place for effective clinical governance and assurance to the Board that these are in place.
To investigate allegations that a family healthy practitioner has failed to comply with terms and conditions of service under the National Health Service (Service Committees and Tribunal) (Scotland) Regulations 1992, as amended.
To oversee the management of the Endowment Funds; determines investment objectives and restrictions on types of investment in which transactions should not be invested; approves the General Endowment Fund income and expenditure budgets annually; agrees appropriate distribution and uses of general endowment funds.
To monitor and review all aspects of eHealth ensuring that all strategic objectives are achieved where affordable, and that patient care obtains the maximum benefits possible, while supporting clinical and integrated care.
To provide the independent advice to participants, researchers, funders, sponsors, employers, care organisations and professionals on the extent to which proposals for research studies comply with recognised ethical standards.
To provide a strategic overview of PFPI and to ensure that the public is involved effectively in NHS Grampian's strategic and corporate agenda.
To monitor and support dynamic performance monitoring, assessment and management arrangements across NHS Grampian and provide assurance to the Board on the effectiveness of these arrangements.
To determine entry into the Pharmaceutical List.
To develop the overarching strategy for the Board and overseeing the ongoing system and service redesign. It also has responsibility for monitoring the delivery of the organisational strategy.
To support the integrated planning and delivery of spiritual care services within Grampian.
To support the creation of a culture within the NHS Grampian health system, where the delivery of the highest standard possible of staff management is understood to be the responsibility of everyone working within the system and is built upon partnership and collaboration.
To review and support the business of the Area Professional Committees to ensure a co-ordinated approach on clinical matters among the different professions and within the component parts of the local NHS system.
To ensure effective employee relations and is committed to working in partnership to achieve outcomes which benefit both staff and the services provided to patients within NHS Grampian.
For information on any of the above, please contact Lesley Hall, Assistant Board Secretary, on 01224 558600, firstname.lastname@example.org