Health and Wellbeing Board development days

Development days (attendance by invitation only):

30 November 2017: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: Housing and Homelessness

Hosted by Cllr Sylvia Hughes, Chair of the Health & Wellbeing Board.

12 October 2017: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: Recovery Focused Mental Health

Hosted by Northamptonshire Healthcare Foundation Trust.

29 June 2017: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: Housing and Planning For Health

Hosted by Cllr Chris Millar, Daventry District Council.

27 April 2017: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: First for Wellbeing

Hosted by Dr. Darin Seiger, Nene CCG. 

29 March 2017: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: End of Life Care

Hosted by Dr. Darin Seiger, Nene CCG.

09 March 2017: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: Theme Adverse Childhood Experiences

Hosted by Dr. Peter Barker, NCC.  

09 February 2017: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: Theme Early Intervention - From National to Local

Hosted by Chief Constable Simon Edens, Northamptonshire Police. 

08 December 2016: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: Alcohol Licensing

Hosted by Cllr Sylvia Hughes, Chair of the Health & Wellbeing Board & Dr Peter Barker, NCC.  

17 August 2016: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: Physical Activity

Hosted by Professor Nick Petford, University of Northampton. 

19 July 2016: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: MCP (Multi Speciality Community Provider) Discussion [STP Component]

Hosted by Cllr Sylvia Hughes, Chair of the Health & Wellbeing Board in conjunction with Angela Hillery and Richard McKendrick, NHFT.

30 June 2016: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: Social Isolation

Hosted by Cllr Sylvia Hughes, Chair of the Northamptonshire Health & Wellbeing Board.  

21 April 2016: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: Revolutionising Engagement and Involvement

Hosted by Dr. Darin Seiger, Nene CCG.

Since the workshop two public events have been held. The first was a very successful event organised in partnership between Healthwatch and the Nene CCG Patient Congress with 63 public participants. A follow-up event was also held.

The outputs from all of this work are feeding into the Northamptonshire Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) document through a workstream under the joint responsibility of Public Health Northamptonshire and Voluntary Impact Northamptonshire.

The objective of the STP is to make a reality of working as an integrated system to better serve the health and care needs of the population of Northamptonshire.

24 March 2016: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: JSNA process and development

Hosted by Prof. Akeem Ali, NCC, Dr. Peter Barker.  

25/02/16: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: Collaborative sustainability and system transformation plan development

Hosted by Prof. Akeem Ali, NCC, John Wardell, Nene CCG and Carole Deghani, Corby CCG.  

03 December 2015: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: Health inequalities

Hosted by Cllr Robin Brown, Chair of the Health & Wellbeing Board & Prof. Akeem Ali, NCC.  

12 November 2015: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: Northamptonshire health and wellbeing strategy refresh

Hosted by Professor Nick Petford, University of Northampton.

22 October 2015: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: Social prescribing

Hosted by Jane Carr, Voluntary Impact Northamptonshire.

Take home messages:

Commitment from stakeholders and support from the Health and Wellbeing board was seen to be essential to ensure the strategy for Social Prescribing was embedded in commissioning intentions and business plans as the model would need to be co-commissioned and implemented.

An agreed model could initially be agreed, with a task and finish group from stakeholder organisations to work up a model. The basic principles and evidence already of working models gave a sound basis on which to build a model

Develop and implement a plan to use current elements that are already working and build capacity and the depth and breadth of services available, integrated with the clinical care teams.

13 August 2015: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: Behavioural insights and workplace health

Hosted by Professor Nick Petford, University of Northampton.

22 July 2015: HWBB Development workshop: Citizen and media engagement for the Health and Wellbeing Board - Rob McLoughlin

Hosted by Cllr Robin Brown & Prof. Akeem Ali, NCC.

04 June 2015: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: Food development day

Hosted by Cllr Chris Millar, Daventry District Council.         

Take home messages:

  • Food consumption and diet is one of the major factors in determining our health and wellbeing.
  • Food and diet has a key role to play in obesity levels, type 2 diabetes, coronary heart disease, cancer etc. In addition the impacts of obesity on mental wellbeing are significant and varied.
  • The food system that ultimately results in the diet that we consume is complex and made up of a huge range of elements, including:
    • Food production – local, national and global
    • Food retail
    • Economic and commercial interests
    • Regulation of food sales
    • Availability and promotion of foods
    • Individual choices
    • Knowledge, education, skills and opportunities – food, cooking, growing and diet
    • Cooking skills

21 May 2015: HWBB development day: CCGs operating plan and strategic plans

Hosted by Stuart Rees, Nene CCG

Take home messages (next steps):        

  • To continue with the development of a series of engagement events, involving patients, carers and the public. These will input to the Nene CCG 2016-17 commissioning intentions. Initial focus will be on dementia, cancer and diabetes. Events will have third or voluntary sector involvement.
  • Cascade the CCGs operational plans for 2015 to 2016 by further presentation and discussion at locality Health and Wellbeing fora.
  • A number of themes came from the discussion,eg self care, digital or technology support, prevention, young people and carers. In the area of children and young people we will build on existing contacts to build collaboration and to secure inputs to our commissioning plans.

23 April 2015: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: Integrated care closer to home

Hosted by Dr. Darin Seiger, Nene CCG.

Take home messages (next steps):

  • To continue with the implementation of CCTs – ICCTH Board to verbally update June HWB with a formal update in September to follow.
  • Nene CCG to liaise with NCC to review how housing can support Health and Wellbeing in the future – a workshop within Nene CCG to be organised.
  • Development of the partnership working with Voluntary Sector.

26 February 2015: Health and Wellbeing Board development day: Improving public health outcomes; A PCC's perspective

Hosted by Adam Simmons, Police and Crime Commissioner, Northamptonshire.

Take home messages (key outcomes):

  • There are clear synergies across Health & Wellbeing and improving outcomes in the Criminal Justice system.  
  • We all have a part to play in making our neighbourhoods safer, healthier places to live and work. Whether that is changing attitudes on our roads or perceptions towards violence in our communities. 

04 December 2014 Health and Wellbeing Board development day: Data sharing and information governance

Hosted by Cllr Robin Brown, Chair of the Health & Wellbeing Board & Prof. Akeem Ali, NCC.

Take home messages (next steps):

  • To follow-up at June 2015 Health & Wellbeing Board meeting and additional session of Board members

15 October 2014 Health and Wellbeing Board development day: Resilient connected communities: Achieving Health & Wellbeing through community solutions

Hosted by Jane Carr, Voluntary Impact Northamptonshire.

Take home messages (key outcomes):

  • Input into the Health and Wellbeing Strategy to incorporate community assets. Each organisation around the table to take responsibility for building their own strategy and the core pathways to include community delivery and community sector integration into what they deliver.
  • Creating an action plan around steps to co-production. Co-ordinating across partner commissioning and engagement cycles.
  • Measurement of social impact through a combined agreement and shared outcomes.
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