Thinking family, thinking community, Dr Debs Thompson

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  • Partnership angle All statutory partners coming around the table to nominate families - community based organisations/ community members not directly involved Solution: set out to work with wider neighbourhood and understand key insights about risk taking behaviour/potential to influence attitudes
  • Partnership angle All statutory partners coming around the table to nominate families - community based organisations/ community members not directly involved Solution: set out to work with wider neighbourhood and understand key insights about risk taking behaviour/potential to influence attitudes Challenges to including community/ small CBOs as a key partner Mindset - seeing value in extra time/effort needed to involve community, and willing to let go of control Learning: takes time Communications - Knowing who people are! Solution: neighbourhood teams Concerns about confidentiality - Solution: take out top down command and control structures, let what happens well happen, don’t stifle or control it Logistics eg Time of meetings Constantly changing dynamic model - how keep up (ie outdated service directory) Tied up by indicators and being able to agree/predict/know outcomes: Family set their own outcome
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  • Thinking family, thinking community, Dr Debs Thompson

    1. 1. Thinking Family, Thinking CommunityDr Debs ThompsonPublic Health RegistrarNHS Blackburn with Darwen
    2. 2. Insight
    3. 3. Money/ Power Think Family Model Police YP service • TargetedVol sector prevention • Service community finder tool • PAUSEJob Centre CBO Housing and REFLECT Children Ctre NHS LA School
    4. 4. Community as a partnerMoney/Power • Mindset - takes time • Communications • Concerns about confidentiality/ notcommunity interfering with what works • Logistics CBO • Flexibility • Control/Power: Process/Outcome
    5. 5. Back to Drawing Board• Need to work with wider community – Understand perception of risk and design targeted messages – Consider role of the ‘family’ unit to shape perception of risk – What positive supports in community that help people manage risk/stay healthy/get help• Need to work with elected members/budget holders to convince them of value of customer insight and invest
    6. 6. Wider community:insightKey themes: respect yourself: – “Knowing your limits and not getting so drunk that you pass out”. Girls who couldn’t handle their alcohol where seen to be “acting dramatic and would start crying” and for boys this was mostly related to getting into fights.• more of a stigma attached to alcohol+drugs services- better to get messages from ‘somebody who has been through it’ and not be judged: – Even if I thought I had a problem with alcohol, I don’t think I would go, I wouldn’t like to admit it,• Asset mapping/community member as advocates
    7. 7. Influencing decision makers• Training on social marketing to elected members/NHS/LA/vol sector partners• Organisational development - ‘tell us once’, Your Call - Your Solutions• Next steps - demonstrate outcomes, get organisational buy in

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