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Have your say! Come and meet the local governors

Have your say! Come and meet the local governors

Come along and speak to your local governors about what is important to you in healthcare and the services provided by the Oxford University Hospitals (OUH).

Come along and speak to your local governors about what is important to you in healthcare and the services provided by the Oxford University Hospitals (OUH).

Oxford City Constituency Meeting and Public Talk
Date: Monday 25th September 2023
Time: 7.00pm – 8.00pm (refreshments from 6.30pm)
Venue: Bill Buckingham Ballroom, Rose Hill Community Centre,
Carole’s Way, Rose Hill, Oxford OX4 4HF

Hear from Professor Sarah Pendlebury, Professor of Medicine and Old Age Neurosciences. Come and find out about the different causes of dementia, the symptoms and how the diagnosis is made. Hear about the current treatments and the findings from recent trials.

Learn about the condition “delirium”, which is the medical term for the new or worsened confusion of rapid onset. This is very common in older people in hospital and may also occur in the community particularly if someone becomes unwell for example with an infection.

Agenda
6.30 – 7.00pmRefreshments
7.00 – 7.15pmGovernors’ Welcome
Mike Gotch and Jane Probets, Oxford City governors
7.15 – 7.35pmPublic talk on Dementia and Delirium by Prof Sarah Pendlebury, University of Oxford
7.35 – 8.00pmQ&A Session
8.00pmClose

To register to attend, please email: ouhmembers@ouh.nhs.uk or telephone 01865 231472

www.ouh.nhs.uk/about/governors

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