New web page for Health and Wellbeing Information

Our new web page for health and wellbeing information provides links to several data and information resources for health and wellbeing boards and their partners. If there are further resources you would like to see signposted from this page please let us know by emailing philippa.lynch@local.gov.uk or by adding comments on this post.

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Catherine Hannaway 6 Years Ago
http://www.dur.ac.uk/public.health/grants/consultancy/cpdandacademicteaching/nat.lhwbp2014/ Invitation for applications to join the National Leading Health and Wellbeing Programme 2014/15 Accelerating System Transformation 50% discount on one place for teams with a HWBB member, CCG Board Member, GP, Voluntary Sector or Elected Council Member as part of the team. Durham University, working with a range of key partners, has designed this programme as one of a portfolio of Health and Wellbeing leadership programmes. Speakers on the one year programme will include a wide range of national experts in the fields of health and wellbeing improvement, leadership and system improvement methodologies, backed up with personal development tools, coaching and action learning support. The programme will begin with the first residential learning event 11th and 12th June 2014. Those taking part in it will be able to better understand the new public health system in England and hear about developments elsewhere in the UK. They will also be able to share progress, issues and aspirations around the shift of public health functions and services to local government, the implementation and progress of Health and Wellbeing Boards, Clinical Commissioning Groups, Public Health England and Health Education England, as well as all other aspects of improving health and reducing health inequalities at national and local levels. Although individual applications are very welcome, for maximum benefit it is recommended that multiagency teams of 3-4 people working on a shared agenda from across local partnerships, in particular Health and Wellbeing Boards, apply to join the programme. A substantial discount applies to applications from teams of four or more,with a 50% discount on one place for teams with a HWBB member, CCG Board Member, GP, Voluntary Sector or Elected Council Member as part of the team. Do not hesitate to contact the Programme Director, Dr Catherine Hannaway ( c.j.hannaway@durham.ac.uk ), Tel 07810836306 for further information or to answer any queries you may have.