A bi-weekly one-hour Zoom during which people from across sectors can share, discuss and learn from others’ experience.

Health Creation Forum

Supporting cross-sector Health Creation and COVID-19 learning

Every second Tuesday from 12:30-13:30

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“Fab meeting thank you, really inspiring.”

“It’s the diversity of the participants that makes these meetings so informative – multiple sectors and multiple roles.”

The meetings are for anyone interested in learning from frontline experience of their own, or other sectors, in order to be better equipped to collaborate to promote population health and tackle health inequalities in place.

About

The Health Creation Digital Forum is a bi-weekly one-hour Zoom meeting during which people from across all those sectors involved in the fight against health inequalities can share, discuss and learn from others’ experience.

Given the coronavirus epidemic, a key focus of the Forum has been responses to, and learnings from COVID-19. As we are now firmly in the planning phase for a new COVID-19 future, the focus of the Forums will be ‘Building Back Together. This will enable attendees to learn from and share their experience of collaborations, partnerships and programmes that create health for people and communities in place.

The outputs of the meeting are written-up and shared more widely with our membership.

Each Forum is kicked off by a guest contributor(s) from a particular sector who share their insights, experience and learnings. This is followed by a discussion among all attendees.

If you would like to contribute, please contact us.

Contributors and dates

DateContributorsZoom Meetings / Reports
20 October 2020Kim Grimmer RCN GPN Forum steering Committee NHS BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET, SWINDON and WILTSHIRE CCG Join Meeting
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6 October 2020 Dr Chris Tiley, GP at Lander Medical Practice in Truro will explore steps Primary Care Networks can take to engage with communities and local partners to address health inequalities.Join Meeting
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22 September 2020 Neil McGregor-Paterson, Director of Communications, NNHSA. Community mobilisation at the boundaries of the NHS – insight into phase one research outcomes and discussion.Meeting report (PDF)
8 September 2020 Ann Gregory. Clinical Nurse Advisor for the Primary Care Digital Transformation Team, NHSE, leading on the Digital Nurse Network and Nurse Practitioner for the Page Hall Medical Centre, Sheffield.
17 July 2020Mark Spencer, Non-Executive Director at London Ambulance Service NHS Trust Med Dir, North West London Health and Care Partnership and Dr Fenella Wrigley, Medical Director, London Ambulance Service.
30 June 2020 Colin McGregor-Paterson, Chief Executive, The Oasis Partnership.
16 June 2020Jay Badenharst, Board Member for National Pharmacy Association and Managing Director and Superintendent Pharmacist for Whitworth Chemists Ltd. Michael Lennox, NPA Local Integration Lead, National Pharmacy Association. He presented in addition to Jay.
2 June 2020Eileen O’Sullivan, Specialist Health Visitor, South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust

Claire Townsend, Specialist Health Visitor, South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust
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19 May 2020Robert Netherway, Witton Lodge Community AssociationMeeting report (PDF)
5 May 2020 Wendy Price, co-ordinator for the Q6 Community Partnership in Dartmouth

Alisa Kefford Parker, volunteer, Dartmouth Community Chest
Meeting report (PDF)
21 April 2020Discussion on interphase between community and NHS led by Merron Simpson, Chief Executive, NNHSAMeeting report (PDF)

Join the Forum

The forum is open to anyone interested in addressing health inequalities including:

  • – primary care, including general practice, community pharmacy, eye and hearing care, dentistry
  • – community trusts, mental health trusts and acute trusts
  • – physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and psychotherapy
  • – local authorities, including public health, housing, social care
  • – voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector
  • – fire service, police, education, housing associations, ALMOs
  • – community development, community groups and individuals
  • – healthcare enterprises
  • – commissioners

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