4 Health and Wellbeing Partnership Plans PDF 3 MB
A combined presentation to the Board from the
North, Rugby and South Health and Wellbeing Board
Partnership’s and NHS Place Executive’s for
Warwickshire - Nigel Minns and Gemma McKinnon (WCC), Chris
Elliot (WDC), Anne Coyle (SWFT), Mannie Ketley (RBC), Katie Wilson
(WCC) and Steve Maxey (NWBC)
Dr Shade Agboola, WCC Director of Public
Health introduced this item. It comprised a series of presentations
showing the progress made by the North, Rugby and South Health and
Wellbeing Board Partnerships and NHS Place Executives. She provided
context on the places and the different speakers involved which was
a testament to the partnership working on the place agenda. A recap
was provided on the Health and Wellbeing Strategy adopted in March
The following slides were provided:
- Warwickshire’s population
health framework, describing the collective long-term strategic
ambitions, areas of immediate focus and the four quadrants of
focussed activity, which should improve health outcomes in
Warwickshire. Each of the place plans was based on this model.
- A slide showing the reporting
arrangements, including the direct link from each place into the
Health and Wellbeing Board. Each comprised a place partnership and
place executive, with the arrangements varying to suit each area
and its priorities.
- The partnerships forward plan.
Steve Maxey gave a presentation on behalf of
the North Place, which covered the following areas:
- North population health
- Progress on Partnership
- Governance arrangements for
Partnership and Executive.
- North Place Project SITREP for
Place Executive priority view – wider determinants of
Place Executive project view – wider determinants of
- Reference to the housing initiatives
and those related to hospital discharge.
- An area of challenge concerned the
merger of the CCG, impacting on some aspects of data available at
the place level. This was being worked through with the CCG. Shade
Agboola asked for examples of the data that was no longer
available, so this could be investigated. Sarah Raistrick similarly
asked for specific examples and felt the data should be
- A further concern was the need for
replacement of a public health consultant for the north area. Shade
Agboola gave a brief outline of the temporary public health cover
being provided and would be speaking with Steve Maxey later in the
day regarding the recruitment of a replacement consultant. This was
a joint post and required input from the ICS.
- Salmah Mahmood, Place Programme
Manager at GEH spoke of the good partnership work that was taking
place, bringing place plans together and looking at further areas
for integration and joint opportunities.
Katie Wilson of WCC Public Health and Blair
Robertson of UHCW gave a presentation on the following areas:
- Population health framework –
shared priorities across both the place partnership and delivery
group, using a task and finish approach to address priorities.
- Progress on the following
- Mental health and wellbeing –
self harm in young people
- Poverty and inequalities
- Health behaviours –
- Covid-19 recovery
- LTCs – heart failure
- Covid-19 recovery and the Rugby
incident management team, with thanks to colleagues involved in the
place partnership and delivery group for their work. Recent work on
vaccinations and contact tracing were highlighted.
- Blair Robertson of UHCW and
Charlotte Temple of Community Connections provided detail on the
priority on children and young ...
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