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Health and Wellbeing Board 17-JUL-2015

17 July 2015 at 2pm in the Council Chamber

Civic Offices, Bridge Street, Reading RG1 2LU

Committee Administrator(s)

Nicky Simpson. Contact Committee Services Team

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Attachments

pdf icon Agenda [71kb]

pdf icon Full Agenda [2Mb]

Agenda

ItemDescription

Wards Affected

Report

1.

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

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2.

MINUTES OF THE HEALTH & WELLBEING BOARD MEETING HELD ON 17 APRIL 2015

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pdf icon Minutes 17 April 2015 [82kb]

3.

QUESTIONS

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

  

4.

PETITIONS

(a)      Petition regarding NHS community Child & Adolescent Mental Health (CAMH) services/staff.

(b)      Any other petitions submitted pursuant to 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.

 

pdf icon Item 4 [18kb]

5.

PRESENTATION ON READING YOUTH CABINET'S CAMPAIGNS ON MENTAL HEALTH AND PSHE

Apoorva Sriram, Manasi Panshikar and David Totterdale will give a presentation on Reading Youth Cabinet's campaigns on Mental Health and PSHE (Personal, Social, Health & Economic) education.

 

 

 

pdf icon Item 5 [134kb]

6.

BERKSHIRE WEST PRIMARY CARE STRATEGY 2015-19

A copy, for review by the Health and Wellbeing Board, of the Berkshire West Clinical Commissioning Groups' 5 Year Strategic Plan, which describes how, by 2019, enhanced primary, community and social care services in Berkshire West will work to prevent ill-health within local populations and support patients with complex needs to receive the care they need in the community, only being admitted to hospital where this is absolutely necessary. 

 pdf icon Item 6 [782kb]

7.

SOUTH READING & NORTH & WEST READING QUALITY PREMIUM TARGETS 2015/16

A report on the South Reading and North and West Reading Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) Quality Premium Targets for 2015/16 and seeking formal approval of the six targets.

 

pdf icon Item 7 [356kb]

8.

IMPROVING SUPPORT TO THE EX-GURKHA COMMUNITY: ACCESS TO AND EXPERIENCE OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE SERVICES IN READING

A report presenting a report by Healthwatch Reading on an engagement project they undertook in 2014 with the ex-Gurkha community in Reading, to find out how they access and experience health and social care services.  The report also sets out Healthwatch Reading's recommendations to care commissioners and providers and their responses.

 

pdf icon Item 8 [81kb]

pdf icon Item 8 - Appendix [684kb]

9.

HEALTHWATCH READING ANNUAL REPORT 2014/15

Healthwatch Reading's second annual report, giving details of the work carried out by Healthwatch Reading in 2014/15.

 

pdf icon Item 9 [385kb]

10.

 

INTEGRATION UPDATE

A report giving an update on the Health and Social Care Integration Programme, including an analysis of the guidance on the Health and Wellbeing Board's responsibility for monitoring and reporting on Better Care Fund performance; information on the revised Non Elective Admissions to hospital (NEL) target submitted to NHS England on 15 May 2015; and an update on the Discharge to Assess scheme.

 

pdf icon Item 10 [64kb]

11.

UPDATE REPORT ON INFORMATION SHARING WORK BEING TAKEN FORWARD BY THE LSCB

Further to Minute 5 (4) of the last meeting, when it had been reported that a key factor in keeping children safe is the effective sharing of information, an update report on the progress of the LSCB (Local Safeguarding Children Board) Information Sharing Task and Finish Group working on reviewing the existing Information Sharing Protocol and producing a revised document.

 

pdf icon item11 [27kb]

12.

READING CHILDREN'S TRUST CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE'S PLAN 2015-2018

A report presenting the Reading Children's Trust's latest Children and Young People's Plan (2015-18) which sets out the expectations the Trust has in priority areas identified as issues for children and families in Reading, which has been endorsed by the Adult Social Care, Children's Services and Education Committee.

 

pdf icon item12 [41kb]

pdf icon Item 12 - Appendix [210kb]

13.

DATE OF NEXT MEETING

Friday 9 October 2015 at 2pm

 

 

14.

DATE OF JANUARY 2016 HEALTH AND WELLBEING BOARD MEETING

It has been discovered that the Health and Wellbeing Board meeting agreed at the last meeting to be held on Friday 29 January 2016 will clash with a health workshop due to be held on the same date.  It is therefore proposed that the Health and Wellbeing Board meeting is moved to Friday 22 January 2016.

  
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