My name is Nick Roe and I have worked in Critical Care since 2001. I have particular interests in research, staff welfare and transition.
I wanted to become a Governor as it provided me with the opportunity to become involved with the Trust at a more strategic level, and, as a ‘grassroots’ nurse working within the organisation, I wanted to be able to contribute, and feel that my voice was being heard.
I have been a Staff Governor (Nursing & Midwifery) since 2012. Each Governor represents the interests of their particular constituency. It is a fascinating and very enjoyable role which involves holding the Board of Directors to account for their decisions. At several opportunities throughout the year we are briefed on the Trust’s performance and plans for future development, with opportunity to ask questions and raise issues. There is also opportunity to be involved with other Trust management activities. I chaired the group which appointed the Trust Auditors in 2016 and represent the Governors at the Trust Audit Committee.
As representatives of your interests it is important that we know what particular issues you, the constituents, feel are important to pay particular attention to. Please feel free to contact me.
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