Agenda and minutes

Gloucestershire Health and Wellbeing Partnership - Tuesday 30 January 2024 1.30 pm

Venue: Council Chamber - Shire Hall, Gloucester. View directions

Contact: Joanne Moore  Email: jo.moore@gloucestershire.gov.uk

Items
No. Item

1.

Apologies

To note any apologies for absence

Minutes:

Apologies were noted from the following members: -

 

Angela Claridge

Sarah Danson

Chief Superintendent Jane Probert

Emma Keating Clark

Andrea Holder

Angela Potter (represented at the meeting by Des Gorman)

Keith Gerrard

Nathinel Hooton

Nikki Richardson (represented by Lucy White)

Olesya Atkinson

Professor Mark Pietroni

Siobhan Farmer

Tracy Clark

 

 

 

 

2.

Declarations of Interest

To advise of any declarations of interest relating to matters for discussion at the meeting.

Minutes:

No declarations of interest were made at the meeting.

3.

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To agree and confirm the minutes of the meeting held on 28 November 2023.

Minutes:

The minutes of the Gloucestershire Health and Wellbeing Board meeting held on 28 November 2023 were agreed and confirmed as a correct record of that meeting.

4.

Public Questions

To consider any written questions from members of the public about matters within the powers and duties of the Partnership.

 

Written questions to be marked for the attention of the Chair of the Gloucestershire Health and Wellbeing Partnership and submitted by 10.00am four clear working days before the date of the meeting. The deadline for submitting questions for consideration at the meeting on 30 January 2024 is 10.00am on Tuesday 23 January 2024.

 

Please submit any written questions to: jo.moore@gloucestershire.gov.uk

Minutes:

No public questions were asked at this meeting.

5.

Update on Health and Wellbeing Partnership Review Survey

An update on the Health & Wellbeing Partnership Review Survey.

Minutes:

Chair, Cllr Carole Allaway-Martin, referenced a survey circulated to members in November 2023, seeking comments on the development of the Health and Wellbeing Partnership (HWP) and the work involved in implementing the Gloucestershire Integrated Care Strategy.

 

Members were reminded that the deadline for completing the survey had been extended at the HWP meeting on 28 November 2023, where members had been encouraged to consider and complete an online questionnaire prior to 5 December 2023. The link to the questionnaire can be found here

 

Prior to the meeting today, members had received a short report outlining the outcomes of the survey. It was explained that the outcomes would be considered at a partnership development session to follow on after the meeting. Dani Gilleland and Geoff Underwood, who had facilitated at earlier development sessions, would facilitate at today’s session. A similar methodology to the session held in March 2023, (known as the Art of Hosting approach), would be used at the development session.

 

Core questions for consideration at the development session to include:

 

How have the experiences of the past 12 months helped to shape the focus of the Partnership, what are its strengths and what does the Partnership hope to deliver in the next 12 months?

 

In preparation for the session, members were asked:

 

  1. What do I bring to the Partnership and how can I ensure this is maximised?

 

  1. What do I need from my Partnership colleagues and how am I asking for help?

 

  1. What do I want to develop/grow to enable me to better serve the Partnership?

 

  1. What are my observations about the Partnership (practices/ways of working and activities)?

 

  1. What is serving us well to enable us to deliver for the people of Gloucestershire?

 

  1. What is not serving us well when delivering for the people of Gloucestershire?

 

  1. From the reflections today, if I was asked to change one thing about what we are doing and how we are doing it, what would it be

 

Members were asked to note the relationship that existed between the Health and Wellbeing Partnership and the Health and Wellbeing Board, including the statutory requirements of each, when considering the next stage of development.

 

Acknowledging that, what might be evident to some members, in terms of the role and functions of the Partnership, might not be clear to others, and perhaps no longer relevant 18 months after initial formation of the Partnership in July 2022.

 

The Interim Integrated Care Strategy and the 3 exemplar themes agreed by the Partnership as the focus of its work, would be key to the successful implementation of the Strategy.

 

At the HWBP meeting in November 2023, members supported the proposal to allow more time for the Strategy to act as roadmap from which to consider the future direction of travel. It was agreed that a light refresh of the Strategy would be made in 2024 for members to explore the areas of strength, progress and any gaps or challenges the Partnership might want to address in an updated  ...  view the full minutes text for item 5.

6.

Future meetings

Health and Wellbeing Board/Partnership Meetings – 19 Mar 2024

Health and Wellbeing Partnership Meeting – 07 May 2024 

Health and Wellbeing Board/Partnership Meetings – 30 July 2024

Health and Wellbeing Partnership Meetings – 24 Sept 2024

Health and Wellbeing Board/Partnership Meetings – 26 Nov 2024

Minutes:

Health and Wellbeing Board/Partnership Meetings – 19 Mar 2024

 

Health and Wellbeing Partnership Meeting – 07 May 2024 

 

Health and Wellbeing Board/Partnership Meetings – 30 July 2024

 

Health and Wellbeing Partnership Meetings – 24 Sept 2024

 

Health and Wellbeing Board/Partnership Meetings – 26 Nov 2024