This page provides Equalities Impact Assessments (EQIAs) that have been completed by the Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership and Glasgow City Integration Joint Board for policy or service changes or developments.
In line with the Partnership’s performance management arrangements, performance reports are produced on a quarterly basis. These reports are then scrutinised by citywide and locality management teams. The Integration Joint Board’s Finance, Audit and Scrutiny Committee also receives a quarterly performance report and, at each meeting, they focus on specific service areas with service leads. These reports can be accessed below
The next meeting of the IJB-Finance, Audit and Scrutiny Committee will take place on Wednesday 30th October at 9.30am, in the Sir Peter Heatly Boardroom, Commonwealth House, 32 Albion Street, Glasgow, G1 1LH. This is the headquarters for the Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership.
A full list of the current membership of the IJB Finance, Audit and Scrutiny Committee, schedule of meetings and Terms of Reference are available.
Read the newsletter to find out the latest information on the South Locality Engagement Forum and details of the Locality Engagement Event on 7 November.
The council’s Families for Children service is holding an open information evening at the City Chambers on Thursday 24th Oct for anyone who would like to find out more.
This is a relaxed and informal opportunity for you to find out about all aspects of fostering.
Register your interest:
Phone 0345 276 5555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2019 COSLA Excellence Awards were held on Thursday 10 October in St. Andrew’s. The awards celebrate the very best in Scottish local government.
Two services from Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) were shortlisted for the awards. These were Tomorrow’s Women Glasgow and the Recovery Communities, with Tomorrow’s Women Glasgow winning Category 2: Achieving Better Outcomes in Partnership.
A report of the research carried out last year by Snook, funded by the Carnegie UK Trust, in relation to Digital Resilience was approved by Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership’s Professional Governance Board. The report is now available. Carnegie Trust think this research will be useful to organisations across the UK who have similar challenges.