Audit conference 2021
04 March 2021
Online 10.00 - 16:00. Live only
About this eventThe need for strong leadership and good governance is vital and the role of the Audit Committee is becoming increasingly important in ensuring the success of every NHS organisation across the local health economy. This one-day event provided essential practical guidance and a useful forum for discussion for audit committee chairs and members.
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Opening address: National Audit Office
Robert White, Director for Health, and Suzy Smith, Audit Manager, National Audit Office
Preparing for external audit
Mark Stocks, Partner and Head of Public Sector Assurance, Grant Thornton
Development in the audit market
Alison Ring, Director for Public Sector, ICAEW
Climate change and the role of NHS boards
Joan Saddler, Director of Partnerships and Equality at NHS Confed and Non-Executive Director at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals; Pam Warhurst, previously Chair at Calderdale NHS Trust; and Tim Ballard, National Clinical Advisor - General Practice, Online and Independent Healthcare (Primary Medical Services), Care Quality Commission
The non-executive director role in ICS governance
Steve Connor, Managing Director, MIAA and Helen Kemp-Taylor, Managing Director and Head of Internal Audit, Audit Yorkshire
This event has CPD accredited status with The CPD Standards Office. Delegates that attend will receive an accredited CPD Certificate of Attendance.