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Jersey Care Model Clinical and Professional senate (FOI)

Jersey Care Model Clinical and Professional senate (FOI)

Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 25 March 2020.
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My question is in regard to the Jersey Care Model.

In various pieces of documentation regarding the above, there is mention of the ‘Clinical & Professional Senate’. Could you please tell me :-

Who makes up the members of this Senate please? Ie actual names please, not positions.

Exactly what their function will be?

How long they are envisaged to be in existence?

Are they receiving any financial remuneration for this work? 


The details of the Clinical and Professional Senate are provided within the following link:

Clinical and Professional senate

The Clinical and Professional Senate is a forum for oversight, direction and providing recommendations for the key activities of the Jersey Care Model (JCM) review, including the work of the JCM Workstream Pods between January 2020 and April 2020. The Clinical and Professional Senate will sign off the framework used for assessment as well as the initial outputs from the JCM Workstream Pod and provide comment on any key outputs from the JCM review which are contrary to the original model proposed.

The senate has been set up to review and have oversight of the output of the Jersey Care Model testing, which will conclude in April 2020. However, it is envisaged that it will have a lasting function for clinical and professional oversight of change across the health system. The terms of reference for the next phase of the senate has not yet been agreed.

Members are not receiving any additional financial remuneration from their time other than from existing salaries

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