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Health & Wellbeing Board 16-MAR-2018

16 March 2018 at 2pm in the Council Chamber

Civic Offices, Bridge Street, Reading RG1 2LU

Committee Administrator(s)

Nicky Simpson. Contact committee services

Access Arrangements

All ground floor meeting rooms are accessible to wheelchair and scooter users.

An audio loop induction system is available in the Council Chamber and Committee Rooms 1, 4a and 4b for those with hearing difficulties (a portable induction loop is available for other rooms on request).

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Attachments

pdf icon Agenda [69kb]

pdf icon All papers [10Mb]

pdf icon Updated item 7 [467kb]

Agenda

ITEMDESCRIPTIONREPORT
1.DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST 
2.MINUTES OF THE HEALTH & WELLBEING BOARD MEETING HELD ON 19 JANUARY 2018pdf icon Minutes [109kb]
3.

QUESTIONS

Consideration of formally submitted questions from members of the public or Councillors under Standing Order 36.

 
4.

PETITIONS

Consideration of any petitions submitted under Standing Order 36 in relation to matters falling within the Committee's Powers & Duties which have been received by Head of Legal & Democratic Services no later than four clear working days before the meeting.

 
5.

IMPACT OF FUNDING REDUCTIONS ON THE CAPACITY OF VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONS TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE BOARD'S STRATEGIC PRIORITIES

A report highlighting how recent funding awards to local voluntary organisations by Berkshire West CCGs (Partnership Development Fund) and Reading Borough Council (Narrowing the Gap II) could impact on the capacity of voluntary organisations to contribute to the Board's strategic priorities and the possible impact of a reduction in preventative health and social care services delivered by Reading voluntary and community sector.

pdf icon Item 5 [42kb]
6.

WHAT DO READING PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT TB?

A report on the results of a knowledge, attitude and belief survey about TB, commissioned by Reading Borough Council Public Health Team, with funding from South Reading CCG, and carried out by Healthwatch Reading, to provide a baseline of public awareness against which to evaluate the success of current and future TB campaigns.

pdf icon Item 6 [3Mb]
7.

HEALTH & WELLBEING DASHBOARD - MARCH 2018

A report presenting the Health and Wellbeing Dashboard to keep Board members informed of local trends in priority areas identified in the Health and Wellbeing Strategy.

pdf icon Item 7 [293kb]

pdf icon Updated item 7 [467kb]

8.

INTEGRATION PROGRAMME UPDATE

A report giving an update on the Integration Programme, as well as progress made against the delivery of the national Better Care Fund (BCF) targets.

pdf icon Item 8 [107kb]
9.

READING'S PHARMACEUTICAL NEEDS ASSESSMENT 2018 TO 2021

A report sharing the findings of and the final report of Reading's Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) 2018 to 2021 with the Board and seeking formal approval to publish the final PNA and appendices on the Reading Borough Council website.

pdf icon Item 9 [127kb]

pdf icon Item 9 appx 1 [2Mb]

pdf icon Item 9 appx 2 [3Mb]

10.

HEALTH AND WELLBEING BOARD - CHANGES TO MEMBERSHIP

A report seeking approval of the following changes to the membership of the Reading Health & Wellbeing Board:

  • To amend the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) membership of the Health and Wellbeing Board to reflect the merger of the Berkshire West CCGs from 1 April 2018
  • To co-opt a representative from Reading Voluntary Action as a non-voting additional member of the Health and Wellbeing Board
pdf icon Item 10 [154kb]

 

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