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Understanding Health Commissioning from JSNA to delivery

Date: 
Tue, 09/04/2013 - 09:30 - 14:00
Location: 
Birmingham

 

RAWM in partnership with Regional Voices presents this  health event

This event is for you if you can answer 'Yes' to one or more of these questions:

  • Are you or your voluntary organisation involved in a Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) process?
  • Are you a member of a Health & Wellbeing Board (HWB)?
  • Is your voluntary organisation involved in gathering evidence to develop or influence commissioning?
  • Is your voluntary organisation commissioned by Public Health or a CCG to be involved in the design or delivery of services or activities?

Agenda includes:

  • The changing face of health commissioning and service delivery and its ramifications for VCS organisations
  • Understanding, informing and engaging in the commissioning process

- JSNA evidence gathering

- Translating evidence for commissioning

- Working with stakeholders to collect and correlate data to inform commissioning

  • How does the sector gather present, promote and market its evidence to inform the commissioning process?

 

Speakers:

Lorna Shaw

Lorna has worked with the Local Government Association where she led the national Health and Wellbeing Board leadership programme, which aimed to develop the skills, leadership behaviours and knowledge of HWB members to operate effectively in a complex cross-organisational environment.

As Principal Consultant, with the IDeA (Improvement and Development Agency) Lorna supported councils and partners in carrying out effective joint strategic needs assessments (JSNA), including designing a JSNA peer challenge process.

Dr Lola Abudu, CPHM

Lola has recently taken up the role of Public Health Consultant for Health Improvement with the newly established West Midlands Public Health England Centre (April 2013).

As Consultant in Public Health with lead responsibility for health inequalities for the now defunct West Midlands Strategic Health Authority public health team, Lola’s responsibilities also included supporting the development of Joint Strategic Needs Assessment across the region.

Lola has experience of commissioning a range of community and mental health services having previously worked as a PCT Director of Planning and Partnerships.  

 

Booking Information

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This is a FREE event but RAWM reserves the right to invoice organisations or individuals £25 for non-attendance, or cancellations made less than 3 working days before the event. Substitutes may be sent.