Oxford University Hospitals Quality Conversation Event

You are invited to the Oxford University Hospitals Quality Conversation Event
·      Date: Wednesday 24th May, 2017
·      Sign-in: 16:30 – 17:00
o   Refreshments, including tea and coffee, sandwiches and fruit will be served during this time.
·      Event timing: 17:00 – 19:00
·      Location: Tingewick Hall, Academic Centre, John Radcliffe, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Event purpose: We are pleased to invite you to a public and staff engagement event regarding the Trust’s quality priorities. This event will include a review of the progress on last year’s priorities, from some of our quality priority leads, and an introduction to our goals for improvement this year, following the Quality Conversation engagement event we held in January 2017.
We are inviting Governors, community group members, staff and Foundation Trust members. Members of the Trust Board will be in attendance.
Please register your attendance here.
Support to attend: The venue has disabled access and facilities. However, if you need support to attend e.g. large print documents, interpreting or hearing support, please contact us:
Telephone: 01865 740 892 / 01865 221 578. 
Refreshments: light refreshments will be provided, including some items suitable for dairy free, gluten free, vegan and vegetarian diets.
Please inform us of any other dietary requirements by emailing PatientInvolvement@ouh.nhs.uk, by 17th May 2017.
Expenses for members of the public: we will reimburse travel expenses, carer replacement costs, and support worker costs if someone needs to attend with you. You can claim these expenses by completing a form at the event – please retain receipts as these must be attached to the form. We ask that attendees use public transport unless it is necessary to drive or come by taxi.
If you register for this event and then realise you can no longer attend, please let us know by cancelling your ticket or contacting us by email or phone:
01865 740 892 / 01865 221 578. 
Kind regards,
The Patient Experience and Involvement Team
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust