The BAcC works towards ensuring that members obtain the best outcomes for patients and that patient experience is improved. All feedback is very important in helping the BAcC improve and develop services and we value it highly. Our strategy is to involve patients of acupuncture in a variety of ways, with a view that there is no 'one size fits all' approach.
The group was approved to be established by the BAcC Executive Committee in June 2011 as a pilot. It has met for one year and its terms of reference and function were reviewed in September 2012.
The primary purposes of this group are to
Minutes will be available for the GB to review
The group will meet twice a year at the BAcC London Office.
The group will consist of:
BAcC will pay travel expenses and a small stipend for the half day meeting – suggested to be £100, for a half day meeting, in line with other lay members
The Chair will be the CEO.
There is no quorum. In the event that a recommendation arises from a meeting at which only two members are present, however, this should be made explicit in any formal recommendations placed before the Governing Board.
If you want to get involved in this liaison group please email Paul Hitchcock or telephone 020 8735 1219.
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