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AMM & AGM 2020

Annual Members’ and General Meeting 

Welcome to our virtual meeting

This meeting is online to ensure public safety during the Coronavirus pandemic

Join us for Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust’s Annual Members’ and General Meeting on Thursday, September 24, 2020 at 6-8pm.

The meeting agenda and papers, including selected easy read versions, are published below – scroll down to Papers.

The Trust Annual Report 2019/20 is available to read online here.

 

You will be able to post questions during the meeting by the online Q & A function, but we also welcome your questions in advance. If you already have a question in mind, please email it to our Communications Team.

If you are unable to attend the live event, the recording will be available on our YouTube channel shortly after the event has taken place.

Join us

To join us, click on the meeting link at 6pm on Thursday, September 24. 

The meeting is run on Microsoft Teams, and the easiest way to join is on your computer. You can join via your web browser (option ‘Watch on the web instead’.)

If you are joining on a mobile or tablet, you may need to download the Teams app

You do not need to create an account as this meeting is set up for the public. Just press ‘Join meeting’ once the app is downloaded.

AGM Livestream

Click the button below at 6pm on September 24 to join.

Why take part

The Trust’s Annual Members’ and General Meeting is held once a year and focuses on the presentation to our Governors of the formal annual report and statutory accounts. You can find out more about how we have been delivering mental and physical health care and support to the communities we serve over the past year… plus some of our plans for the future.

It’s your chance to ask questions of our leaders and learn about the vital work we carry out as an NHS organisation serving the populations of Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Bath & North East Somerset, Swindon, and Wiltshire. It’s a huge patch with our dedicated teams working hard to deliver a caring, safe, and excellent standard of service – our core Trust values.

The event will begin at 6pm with Trust Chair David Walker giving you a warm welcome and guiding attendees through the proceedings.

Chief Executive Dr Nick Broughton will give an address, before the Director of Finance and Trust auditors give their reports.

Next up will be short presentations from our experts who will be shining a spotlight on three key areas – mental health, community services and research – demonstrating how we have been delivering mental and physical health care and support over the past year and during the pandemic in our hospital and in-patient settings, as well as in people’s homes and the wider community; plus key innovations and developments. 

Attendees will get a chance to put questions to our team.

We look forward to you joining us on September 24!

Take a tour at HealthFest

In previous years, before the pandemic, our services have presented their work at stalls at the AMM & AGM. This year, take a tour at our Virtual HealthFest.

There are six themed activity tents and a main stage. Each area is a gateway to exploring a host of activities, entertainment and information on Oxford Health’s mental and physical health services in both in-patient settings and in the communities we serve. They also showcase work that our health, social and community partners provide.

Become a member of our Trust

Have a say in how your local services are developed – become a member of our Trust.

Membership is free and doesn’t carry any obligations. You can get involved as much as you like.

Questions and enquiries

If you have any further questions or enquiries, please email: Communications.Team@oxfordhealth.nhs.uk.

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