To seek approval from the IJB for the draft PCIP 2022/3-2025/6 and agree to issue the draft for consultation.
To note the indicative programme for the Primary Care Improvement Fund for 2022/23.
To note the additional funding that has been made available by the Scottish Government.
To note the changes to the governance arrangements.
The purpose of this paper is to seek approval to implement the proposed ‘screen and signpost’ service model that responds to the Scottish Government Cossette Report on the mental health needs of patients hospitalised with Covid.
To update the IJB on the planned activity for social care commissioning for financial year 2022/23 and to outline the proposed action plan for continued development of our social care procurement and commissioning service.
To request approval of the draft Glasgow City HSCP Carer Strategy 2022-2025 and note the intention to launch the Strategy in June 2022 during Carers Week (6th -12th June 2022).
To present the HSCP Equalities Mainstreaming (2020/24) midterm progress report.
On May 12th, we celebrated International Nurses Day. Nurses across the world were recognised for their commitment, compassion and for their daily contributions to society.
International Nurses Day was first established in 1974 by the International Council of Nurses and serves to highlight the important role nurses fulfil in health and social care.
Do you know anyone with learning disabilities and / or autism spectrum conditions who is looking for a way to develop and enter the world of work? If yes, then encourage them to apply for Project SEARCH!
DFN Project SEARCH is an innovative and exciting work experience programme for young people aged between 18 – 29 years with learning disabilities and / or autistic spectrum conditions. In Glasgow, the 2022 programme is open for applications and will begin in August.