Final plan set for publication

Our collective local strategy for delivering health and social care improvements to meet the needs of our communities – and ensure services are fit for the future – is set to be finalised ready for publication. The Northamptonshire Health, Care and Wellbeing Plan sets the future direction for all health and care organisations in the [...]

By | 2019-11-05T10:10:29+00:00 November 5th, 2019|Communications and engagement, News|0 Comments

Listen and subscribe to our new ‘Pod Squad’ podcast

Northamptonshire Health and Care Partnership has launched a brand new podcast series offering another way for our county’s health and care professionals to keep in touch with the latest news and talking points. The NHCP Pod Squad podcast is designed to make it easy for busy NHS and social care staff and colleagues in the [...]

By | 2019-11-05T10:09:57+00:00 November 5th, 2019|Communications and engagement, Featured, News|0 Comments

Read the report from our social prescribing engagement days

The social prescribing engagement report In June 2019 NHCP hosted three community engagement events around the county to shape the development of a new social prescribing service for Northamptonshire. You can now read a report summarising the key findings and discussion points from these events, which helped to develop the full business case [...]

Celebration event marks launch of resources for engagement

Northamptonshire Health and Care Partnership is committed to engaging people in decisions about our local health and care services, and good engagement is a fundamental part of how NHCP works. To support our colleagues to understand and lead engagement activities effectively and productively, the NHCP communications and engagement team has developed a new toolkit [...]

By | 2019-10-11T11:39:16+00:00 October 10th, 2019|Communications and engagement, News|0 Comments

Focus on: Northamptonshire Health, Care and Wellbeing Plan

In recent editions of Partnership Update we have described how our county’s health and care organisations are working together to develop the Northamptonshire Health, Care and Wellbeing Plan. This is our local response to the NHS Long Term Plan – incorporating a refreshed strategy for our county’s Health and Wellbeing Board – and sets [...]

By | 2019-11-01T15:23:40+00:00 October 10th, 2019|Communications and engagement, News|0 Comments

Discussions to shape new county social prescribing service

Health and care professionals and members of the public had the chance to have their say about social prescribing in Northamptonshire at a series of local engagement events. NHCP hosted three events in Church Brampton, Daventry and Corby on 18, 19 and 20 June to give people the opportunity to help develop what a [...]

Engagement event outlines big ideas to shape local services

Feedback about experiences of health and care in Northamptonshire – and people’s priorities for the future – are helping NHCP to shape plans to develop and improve local services. As detailed in the last edition of Partnership Update, NHCP and Healthwatch Northamptonshire hosted a joint community engagement event on 2 May bringing residents and professionals [...]

By | 2019-06-06T10:33:50+00:00 June 7th, 2019|Communications and engagement, News|0 Comments

Development day sets out plans to support Northamptonshire’s Primary Care Networks

From 1 July 2019, GP practices across Northamptonshire will organise themselves into new collaborative groups known as Primary Care Networks (PCNs). This is a requirement of the new national general practice contract which comes into effect on the same day. Designed and agreed by GP practices themselves, PCNs will have responsibility for the health [...]

Register your interest in forthcoming engagement events – and help NHCP develop our county’s social prescribing offer

A series of local engagement events will be taking place around Northamptonshire in June as part of NHCP plans to provide access to social prescribing across the county. Social prescribing is a way of helping people to manage their own physical and mental health by referring them to non-clinical services in their local community. These [...]

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