BASHH Elections 2017- 2019
22nd September 2016
Call for Nominations
There are a number of posts on the BASHH Board and Clinical Governance Committee due for election in the Autumn of 2016 to serve for two years (2017 and 2018).
Please find attached the nomination forms for the available posts, which are as follows:-
Clinical Governance Committee (CGC) Posts
BASHH depends on Members and Fellows to offer their time and expertise to keep BASHH developing and responding to the needs of all those interested in the specialty. Therefore, please get involved and consider standing for these posts.
The completed nomination form must be returned by 24th October 2016 to the BASHH Secretariat, Chester House, 68 Chestergate, Macclesfield, SK11 6DY.
Please submit a completed nomination form as well as a Trustee’s declaration form. If anyone would like further information about what these posts entail, please contact Dr Elizabeth Carlin or any of the other current post-holders.
The Trustee’s declaration form is needed because all elected posts on the Board will be Directors and Trustees of BASHH. Therefore, anyone applying for one of the Board posts needs to complete and return a Trustee’s declaration form with their nomination form.
The duties of a Trustee are outlined in the document 'The Essential Trustee: what you need to know' (CC3). This document and further information is available on the Charity Commission website www.charity-commission.gov.uk
The Trustee’s declaration form can be obtained by contacting the BASHH office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling us on 01635 664523.
Representatives for the Clinical Governance Committee
Please submit a completed nomination form. A Trustee’s declaration form is not required.
If anyone would like further information about what these posts entail, please contact Dr Alan Tang or any of the other current post-holders.
Please ensure when you submit your form you have a proposer and a seconder with their contact details. A completed sponsoring form with an electronic signature is acceptable.