Information relating to the address and presentation on 'Grasping the nettle for change - the place of integration' given by David Williams, Chief Officer, Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership.
David was addressing the Healthcare Financial Management Association annual conference who were meeting in Clydebank on Friday 27 October 2017.
This month we are celebrating the success of Partnership staff and projects at recent awards ceremonies. We also look at the work being done to train staff who work with people with dementia, the success of providing Money Advice Services in our health centres and a new campaign to help reduce numbers of young people smoking.
The Consultation Period for the Carers Eligibility Criteria is now finished. Following the consultation, a report was prepared and submitted, along with the proposed Eligibility Criteria, to the Glasgow City Integration Joint Board on 24 January 2018. The report and Eligibility Criteria were approved at this meeting.
Previous Consultation text:
The Integration Joint Board (IJB) Performance Scrutiny Committee was established as per Item 18 of the IJB Meeting held on 20 September 2017.
This month we celebrated the long service awards for social work staff as well as other awards received by our staff. We also have a focus on equality including the British Sign Language (BSL) Scotland Act 2015. We also look at recent activities staff have taken part in, including 16 days of Action to Eliminate Violence Against Women and Carers Rights Day.
Work began on the new Woodside Health and Care Centre in early March 2017 and is expected to be completed and operational by the end of 2018. The project build is on target to meet the completion date.
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Draft Minutes21 November 2018
Welcome to the February 2018 Newsletter.
In January staff supported Cervical Cancer Prevention Week posting pictures on the Partnership's Twitter Account @GCHSCP to promote the Jo's Trust #SmearforSmear Campaign.
We also have a focus on Anticipatory Care Planning and the work going on in localities to promote recovery from addictions.