High Quality care for all, now and for future generations
To create a consistent, coherent clinical leadership role which exerts a strong and positive influence on the development of services in the Thames Valley
To have a clear sense of purpose focussed on improving quality and outcomes
To put patients and clinicians at the heart of Senate work and ensure that all members have an equivalent voice
To work in an open and transparent way, ensuring that Senate advice is evidence based and in the best interests of patients
To work in a collaborative and supportive way, across organisational and other boundaries to share and utilise knowledge and expertise in the formation of advice so that opportunities for improving quality are maximised.
To value diversity and uphold the principles of equality
To act with integrity and be independent of organisational or professional interests