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Area Clinical Forum

Roles of influence

One of the most influential committees in NHSGGC is the one that gives voice to medical and other clinical staff.

The Area Clinical Forum (ACF) is at the heart of decision-making and represents a powerful structure of advisory sub-committees.

The chairs of each of the sub-committees make up the ACF and the chair of this overarching committee takes a seat on the full Board of NHSGGC.

These committees offer medics and other clinical professionals a tremendous opportunity for personal development and right now is a great time to grab that opportunity and stand for election.

It is the role of the ACF chair to provide a multi-professional clinical perspective on strategy development and service delivery issues considered by the Board. Another core role is to promote opportunities for clinicians to be involved in decision-making locally; championing multi-professional co-operation across the clinical disciplines and provide a vital link between the Board and the ACF.

The Advisory Committee Elections 2017 were recently held in April, May and the outcome of these will be available on this website soon.

Last Updated: 07 January 2020