Agenda and minutes

Health and Wellbeing Board
Monday 30 July 2018 11.00 am

Venue: Ground Floor Meeting Room G02C - 160 Tooley Street, London SE1 2QH. View directions

Contact: Everton Roberts 

Items
No. Item

1.

APOLOGIES

2.

CONFIRMATION OF VOTING MEMBERS

3.

ELECTION OF VICE-CHAIR

4.

NOTIFICATION OF ANY ITEMS OF BUSINESS WHICH THE CHAIR DEEMS URGENT

    In special circumstances, an item of business may be added to an agenda within five clear days of the meeting.

    Minutes:

    The following late items were considered at the meeting:

     

    Item 14 – Health and Wellbeing Board Governance Review

    Item 15 – Primary Care Commissioning Committee – Health and Wellbeing Board Observer

5.

DISCLOSURE OF INTERESTS AND DISPENSATIONS

6.

MINUTES

THEME - HEALTH AND WELLBEING BOARD - PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE

Gordon McCullough, chief executive of Community Southwark presented a report on Perspectives on the voluntary and community sector in Southwark.

 

The board then heard from three invited speakers from the voluntary and community sector:

 

Jacky Bourke-White, CEO Age UK Lewisham and Southwark

Tracey Franklin, CEO, Inspire at St Peters

Sally Causer, Executive Director, Southwark Law Centre

 

The speakers presented information to the board on the challenges faced by older people, young people and recently arrived black and minority ethnic refugees (BAMER) and people with insecure immigration status.  The speakers reported on progress made, barriers to more effective action, what more needs to be done and suggested ways that the health and wellbeing board might be able to help.

 

(The individual presentations of the speakers are attached as an Appendix to this document).

 

Supporting documents:

7.

Overview of Southwark Health and Wellbeing Strategy and Progress to date

8.

Clinical Commissioning Group Report on Progress and Priorities

    To note the update on major developments in the local health system and within the CCG’s commissioning portfolio.

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    Ross Graves, Managing Director, NHS Southwark CCG introduced the report.

     

    RESOLVED:

     

    That the content of the report be noted, in particular the progress made by the CCG and partners in the following key programmes and priorities:

     

    ·  The 2017/18 CCG assessment for Southwark CCG was “Outstanding”

    ·  Southwark Bridges to Health and Wellbeing

    ·  Southwark Community Based Care Programme

    ·  Our Healthier South East London

    ·  System Resilience and delivery of constitution standards

    ·  Launch of joint mental health and wellbeing strategy in Southwark

    ·  Multi Agency Discharge Event (MADE)

    ·  Primary Care, including CQC inspections, GP Forward View Resilience Funding, key procurements and relocation of Silverlock medical centre

    ·  The NHS funding settlement for 2019-24

9.

Update on Integrated Commissioning

10.

Sexual Health Update

11.

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHs) - an update on the Review of services

12.

Health and Wellbeing Board Work Plan 2018-2020

13.

Health and Wellbeing Board Governance Review

14.

Primary Care Commissioning Committee - Health and Wellbeing Board Observer

15.

Council Plan 2018-19 - 2021-22