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24 th Feb 2014 18.30-19:00 (30m) meet and greet, chance for those rushing in from their day commitments to grab some light refreshment 19:00-19.30 (30m)presentation by Wesleyan 19.30-20.00 (30m)mingling, opportunity to meet with Wesleyan 20:00-20:30 (30m)OxNoG Agenda items – the Constitution 20:30-20:45 (15m)short break 20:45-21:30 (45m)OxNoG Agenda Items – Structure and future of the Group 22.00building closes - everyone has to be out!

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Review of the OxNoG Constitution Description of the challenges for the Constitution History of the current draft Difficulties arising Review of amendments to the Constitution Rejected application / expulsion The nature of Voting How to review and amend the Constitution (!)

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Survival of OxNoG Time to come forward, Noggers! 1 st July 2014 Tom Nichols will no longer act as a Representative for OxNoG Without new Representatives, the Group will cease to exist Website will be put ‘on pause’ 28 th July 2014 Oxnog.org domain will expire

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The Future of OxNoG Issue UnfundedFunded Conflict of Interest LowHigh Accountability LowHigh Need for organisation LowHigh Attractiveness to Representatives LowHigh Survivability LowHigh Opportunities for development LowHigh IT development LowHigh

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Direct Funding sources & Estimates Membership fees 273 doctors £10 annual membership fee would generate £2730 per year 109 surgeries £10 annual membership fee would generate £1090 per year Advertising 204 Jobs / year £3 per advert would generate £612 per year Third party sponsorship of Jobs Bulletins (Ham) Third party advertising ~6 per year £10 per advert?

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Models of Non-Principals Groups Not-for-profit Associations (i.e. current) Chambers NASGP aSGPG Off-the-shelf IT packages E.g. GP Networks.co.uk

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