ADCS West Midlands
Conference
20th November 2013
Workshop: Reuniting Public Health Services
for Children and Young People
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PHE Responsibilities - West
Midlands

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Support to Local Authorities - improving health and wellbeing

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Support to NH...
Context
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The public sector is facing a challenging financial agenda

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The growth in health visitors is a political ...
0-5 Transition
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To improve outcomes, there must be a strong connection between
design and delivery and this requires ...
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by Karen Saunders, Public Health England (PHE) Centre, West Midlands Dr Stephen Munday, Director of Public Health, Solihull Hugh Disley, AD, Warwickshire

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Reuniting Public Health Services for Children and Young People

  1. 1. ADCS West Midlands Conference 20th November 2013 Workshop: Reuniting Public Health Services for Children and Young People Karen Saunders, Public Health England (PHE) Centre, West Midlands Dr Stephen Munday, Director of Public Health, Solihull Hugh Disley, AD, Warwickshire
  2. 2. PHE Responsibilities - West Midlands • • Support to Local Authorities - improving health and wellbeing • Support to NHS clinicians and managers – support for public health and other services commissioned by NHS England; contribute to quality and patient safety agenda • Provision of specialist health protection leadership, advice and services • Support for the development of the generalist, specialist and wider public health workforce • 2 Support to Directors of Public Health - in their local leadership role Influence national PHE approaches
  3. 3. Context • • The public sector is facing a challenging financial agenda • The growth in health visitors is a political imperative • Troubled Families Programme • Family Nurse Partnership • Early Intervention Foundation • Integrated Review • Health and Wellbeing Boards • Clinical Commissioning Groups • 3 The direct commissioning responsibility for public health services for children aged 0-5 (other than the national immunisation and screening programmes) will transfer to local government from 2015 Etc…….
  4. 4. 0-5 Transition • • To improve outcomes, there must be a strong connection between design and delivery and this requires capacity and capability as well as strategic leadership • 4 Local partners need to continue to work together to achieve the necessary local coordination of commissioning of services for children There are opportunities to collate and disseminate the evidence of what works, including developing tools and resources to support implementation locally, and to share examples of early arrangements for coordinated and integrated commissioning of the Healthy Child Programme 0-5 years…………………….

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