Clinical Senate Assembly

Invitation to health and care professionals from all disciplines to apply for membership of the East Midlands Clinical Senate Assembly 

The East Midlands Clinical Senate was established to support commissioners to make the best decisions about healthcare for the populations they represent. Since the introduction of Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships, the Clinical Senate has made engagement with our STPs a top priority in our Work Programme.

The Clinical Senate Assembly is a diverse, multi-professional membership forum, providing a clinical resource and access to experts from the full range of health and care professions.Clinical Senate Assembly members will be invited to participate in issues of strategic importance to improve healthcare in the East Midlands and formulate independent clinical advice. Members will work in multi-professional groups to provide their expert knowledge and opinion – clinical reviews could be virtual (desk top review) or a physical meeting based in one of our STP Footprints in the East Midlands (Nottinghamshire; Derbyshire, Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland; Northamptonshire; Lincolnshire).

Senate Assembly membership will be for two years. Your time commitment is flexible and will depend on membership of the working groups. There is likely to be an annual Assembly event to support professional development, and which promotes the role of the Clinical Senate – which will attract CPD points.

Applications are welcomed from enthusiastic and passionate health and social care professionals from all disciplines who are actively involved in healthcare delivery, and are able to command the respect of clinical and non-clinical professionals.

To apply for membership of the Clinical Senate Assembly, please send an expression of interest to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.Please provide your name, contact details, role and employing organisation. This should be supported by a statement of no more than 500 words describing your professional background and areas of interest, as well as your reasons for applying and describing what you would bring to the Clinical Senate.

Applications should be submitted by Friday 27th April 2018

This is a membership application and therefore interviews will not be necessary.

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