NHS South Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group’s Conflicts of Interest Guardian is David Hayward.
David commenced his role as Lay Member overseeing Governance and Audit on the CCG’s Governing Body on 5th December 2016. David comes from a 35-year career in the Royal Air Force, serving both in the UK and overseas and in a range of different appointments and units, including experience of central government. More recently, David spent three years working for an older persons' Housing Association in the East of England.
The role of the Conflicts of Interest Guardian, in collaboration with the Head of Corporate Affairs is to:
- Act as a conduit for GP practice staff, members of the public and healthcare professionals who have any concerns with regards to conflicts of interest:
- Be a safe point of contact for employees or workers of the CCG to raise any concerns in relation to this policy:
- Support the rigorous application of conflict of interest principles and policies;
- Provide independent advice and judgment where there is any doubt about how to apply conflicts of interest policies and principles in an individual situation;
- Provide advice on minimising the risks of conflicts of interest.