NHS Derby and Derbyshire CCG’s Standards of Business Conduct and Managing Conflicts of Interest Policy has been updated to reflect new guidance issued by NHS England and is designed to ensure that such potential conflicts are identified and managed appropriately. The CCG’s policy can be viewed here. This policy should also be read in conjunction with the CCG’s Gifts & Hospitality Policy, Procurement Policy and Whistleblowing Policy.
All members of the CCG’s Governing Body, CCG staff and General Practices must declare any interests they have that might conceivably conflict with their work in the CCG. The CCG’s Register of Interests for Decision Makers can be viewed here, the Governing Body and Committee Members' Register of Interests for 2020/21 can be viewed here, and the General Practices’ Register of Interests can be viewed here.
As detailed within the CCG’s Standards of Business Conduct and Managing Conflicts of Interest Policy, our CCG Governing Body Lay Member for Audit, Ian Gibbard, has been appointed as ‘Conflict of Interest Guardian’. Ian is responsible for:
Ian can be contacted via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In complying with the NHS England revised statutory guidance on Managing Conflicts of Interest (updated June 2017), it is a requirement that the CCG maintains and publishes a Register of Gifts, Hospitality and Sponsorship and a Register of Procurement Decisions and Register of Breaches.
Previous registers (up to 6 years ago) can be requested from the Head of Governance. Our Governing Body and Committee Register of Interests for 2019/20 can be viewed here. Please follow the relevant links to view the CCG’s Register of Gifts, Hospitality and Sponsorship for 2019/20 and the Register of Procurement Decisions for 2019/20.
All the aforementioned registers are maintained by the CCG’s Governance Department – please contact the CCG’s Head of Governance for further information – email email@example.com.