Join techUK’s Health and Social Care Council
Are you an industry leader in health and social care? We want to hear from you.
Nominations are now open for techUK members to join our Health and Social Care Council. This is an excellent opportunity to shape techUK’s Health and Social Care Programme and work with stakeholders and the wider tech industry to transform the sector. You will provide leadership on critical policy issues related to health and social care transformation, and help promote engagement between stakeholders and the tech industry. Apply by 3 November to help us shape the future of the health and social care technology industry.
The role of the Council is to develop and lead the overall techUK Health & Social Care Programme, bring focus to our healthcare policy work, and determine the programme activities moving forward. You will also play a leading role in driving forward the three key priority areas of Capitalising on Digital Citizen Engagement, Safe and Effective Data Sharing, and Sustainability and Transformation.
To apply please read through the Terms of Reference (ToR) and complete the form (please see below for both), and return to Simona Paliulyte by 17:00 on Friday 3 November. Please note, members must be able to commit to attending and actively participating in the Health and Social Care activities as set out in the ToR before a nomination form is accepted.
You can see the timeline for the elections set out below:
5 October – Nominations open for new Council members
27 October – Nominations close at 17:00
3 November – Elections open (if we receive more nominations than places)
17 November – Elections close at 17:00
21 November – New Council members announced
If you have any queries, or would like more information, please contact Simona Paliulyte.
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