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Aligning Commissioning Policies Workshop- Tuesday 25th June 2019

Source By: City & Hackney CCG

Tuesday 25 June, 12pm-2pm (The Tomlinson Centre)

 

 

We want to hear people's views on developing a shared way of commissioning services for people living in north east London (Barking and Dagenham, City and Hackney, Havering, Newham, Tower Hamlets, Redbridge and Waltham Forest).  This includes looking at specific treatments, procedures and interventions the NHS funds, and who is eligible to have them.

 

The purpose of aligning the policies is to provide clarity around treatments and procedures that the CCGs will not routinely fund unless specific criteria is met.  The process also aims to ensure that patients will not have treatments that don’t work or are not the best options for them, and that the care that patients receive is in line with the latest clinical guidance. You can read more about it here and in the attached.  

 

Have Your Say

 

As part of the local engagement around this, City and Hackney Planned Care workstream and engagement colleagues would like to invite residents and patients currently involved in Integrated Commissioning or related engagement forums, to a workshop at the Tomlinson Centre on Tuesday the 25th of June, 12pm-2pm.  This is an opportunity to discuss the policy with clinicians, commissioners and other members of public and  to make comments and raise any concerns.

 

Please book using this Eventbrite link or phone us on 0203 816 3227 remembering to mention any special access, communication or dietary needs.

 

 

Useful information:

 

Engagement document

 

Easy Read document

 

Equality Impact Assessment

 

C_H_-_Aligning_Commissioning_Policies.pdf

 


02/07/2019-Safeguarding Children: A shared responsibility

Source By: Hackney CVS

Date: Tuesday 2nd July 2019

Time: 10am-1pm

For further information or to book click here

This course will allow participants to develop awareness of, and the ability to act on, concerns about the safety and welfare of children and young people in line with "What to do if you’re worried a child is being abused" and the London Children Protection Procedures. Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility. Attend this session to ensure you meet safeguarding compliance requirements.


Training sessions for Refugee and Migrant Organisation from Superhighways

Source By: Superhighways

MON, 24 JUN 10:00

Theory of Change AND Database options

Bankside Community Space, London

 

 

TUE, 2 JUL 10:00

Using data sources AND Data visualisation with free and low cost tools

Bankside Community Space, London


Movement for Good offers grants of £1000 and £50,000

Source By: Movement For Good

Ecclesiastical’s Movement for Good Charity Grant event is offering 10 grants of £50,000. These are aimed at organisations that are actively championing new projects to communities in the advancement of education and skills; citizenship or community development; arts, culture or heritage.

Organisations can submit their applications from the 7 June 2019 until Friday 26 July 2019.

Find out more


Working with Vulnerable Adults @ Daubeney Children's Centre - Tuesday 25th June

Source By: WEA

WEA will be running a taster called an Introduction to Working with Vulnerable Adults at the Daubeney Children's Centre on Tuesday 25th June 2019.  This event starts at 9.30am and is free to residents that live in Hackney.

 

The main aim of this taster session is to develop the understanding of the term vulnerable adult,  and the responsibilities of community and voluntary organisations.

 

For more information, or to book a place on this taster please contact Nivedita Samji at the Daubeney Children’s Centre on 020 8525 7040.

 

Please feel free to share the online link below to adults that may be interested in attending this event.  

https://enrolonline.wea.org.uk/Online/2018/CourseInfo.aspx?r=C2420699


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