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Maternity & Child Health Review latest taken from BCUHB website

Please see the project updates below. We will continue to provide regular updates and progress with this work. Should you require any further information please contact Barbara Lloyd in the first instance on 01745 534136 email [email protected]

The Betsi Cadwaladr Community Health Council are keen to hear your views on the proposals concerning the Maternity and Child Health review. For more information visit our website, telephone 01341 422236 or email [email protected].

10.2.2011: Project Board Update

The Project Board accepted a revised Project Governance Framework which incorporates changes to the Project structure and brings greater clarity to roles and responsibilities of group members.

A revised project timeline has been proposed which will seek to establish a consensus on the need for change by May 2011. The extended timescale will seek to report the review outcomes to the BCUHB Board in November 2011.

The Board received an update from its Co-ordinating group regarding progress made since the last Board meeting held on 7th January 2011.

Each of the two work streams are required to appoint a Chairperson to lead the work programme and to represent the group interest as a member of the Review Project Board.

The Paediatric workstream reconvened its meetings on 25th January and identified six task and finish groups that will take forward the information gathering to build upon the work previously undertaken. Each T&F Group will be led by senior clinicians who will engage with colleagues in and across specialties and geographical areas.

The Maternity, Gynaecology and Neonatal workstream will recommence its meeting on 1st March 2011 to be held at Abergele hospital.

The Board was presented with a report from its newly appointed Service User Experience representative who detailed current arrangements for engaging service users. The Project Board agreed that a task and finish group would examine means of enhancing current engagement efforts, including social networking sites.

A revised Risk and Issues Log was considered by the Project Board as a key document to support management and ownership of associated risks.
All documents discussed at the meeting will made available on the Health Board’s Intranet and Internet sites within a few days.

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