Tag Archives: Health and Wellbeing Boards

Council Scrutiny Briefing: Impact of the Francis Report (CfPS)

Summary This Centre for Public Scrutiny (CfPS) briefing discusses the ways in which council scrutiny can support improvements in quality and patient experience. The Francis Inquiry Report included messages about council scrutiny. This briefing is a response, making recommendations for … Continue reading

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Building Resilient Communities (Mental Health Foundation)

Summary This report from the Mental Health Foundation reminds councils about the importance of prioritising mental health in their public health strategies. It assembles the evidence and people’s experiences about resilient communities (and individuals), with practical suggestions on how teams … Continue reading

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Helping People to Live Better for Longer (Department of Health)

Summary This guide provides an overview of the reformed Department of Health‘s role from April 2013. It provides information about this organisation’s operations, values, organisation and governance, plus relationships with other organisations. Section headings comprise: The health and care system … Continue reading

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Narrative for Person-Centred Coordinated Care (National Voices / TLAP)

Summary This narrative on care integration has been developed to encourage local areas accept the challenge of re-designing services with due regard to the perspectives of their users. “National Voices welcomes ambitions to make joined-up health and care the norm by 2018, … Continue reading

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Documentation for the National Dementia Prevalence Calculator (NHS England / Dementia Partnerships)

Summary NHS England has created a set of tools to enable GPs, practices and CCGs to monitor and improve dementia diagnosis rates and the follow-up care and support for people with dementia. Effective use of these tools requires some explanation. … Continue reading

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