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IJB Finance, Audit and Scrutiny Committee Papers

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Meetings

The next meeting of the IJB Finance, Audit and Scrutiny Committee will take place on Wednesday 13th April 2022 at 9.30am.

If you wish to watch the proceedings, please email glasgowcityijb@glasgow.gov.uk and a link to access the MS Teams feed of the meeting will be sent to you.

The meeting papers are available approximately one week prior to the meeting.

IJB Finance, Audit and Scrutiny Committee Meeting Dates for 2022

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June 2021 | Integration Joint Board – Finance, Audit and Scrutiny Committee | Schedule of Meetings

New Project to help Children Thrive Launched

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Published: January 01 2022 | Health Improvement

Local networks to help children under five years of age and their families to eat healthily and maintain a healthy weight are being set up now across three neighbourhoods in Glasgow.

The two-year ‘Thrive Under 5’ project is an exciting early intervention programme that aims to enable a healthy weight in the early years (pre-five years) using a wider child poverty perspective.  

Integration Joint Board Membership

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January 2022 | Glasgow City Integration Joint Board | Code of Conduct

Standing Orders, Code of Conduct and Declaration of Interests

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Glasgow City Integration Joint Board’s current Standing Orders, Code of Conduct and Declaration of Interests are available.

Students Benefiting from Development of New Parkhead Hub Health and Care Centre

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Published: January 01 2022 | Primary Care
Students from St Andrew’s RC Secondary School in Glasgow’s East End recently worked on a community investment project tied to the development of the proposed Parkhead Hub Health and Care Centre, which is being developed in partnership by NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde (NHSGGC) and Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP).

Support for Parents and Carers of Young People in Distress

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Published: January 01 2022 | Mental Health

A new service to support parents and carers of young people experiencing emotional distress is being piloted in Glasgow until 31 March 2022. 

Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP)’s Compassionate Distress Response Service (CDRS) has been providing support to people aged 18 and over who are in emotional distress, since May 2020.

Glasgow City HSCP Nursing Portfolio Professional Guidance Framework and Corporate Nursing Plans

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Nursing Portfolio Professional Guidance Framework and Corporate Nursing Plans - January 2022

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