Collaborative Partnership Model
The ICP has endorsed the use of a collaborative partnership model, developed by one of its partners, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, working with The Kings Fund. The model sets out our ambition to work collaboratively with our communities, our staff and our partners to develop and change services.
It outlines the principles and processes so we can work successfully together. We will use all our skills, knowledge, experience and learning to develop the best services possible within the finances available. The model sets out the principles for partnership working in Bassetlaw.
The partnership will:
- Listen to and understand others’ views and agendas
- Build mutual trust and respect
- Work in a way that emphasises dialogue rather than debate
- Think, talk, plan and reflect together
- Be open, honest and clear on the scope and purpose of the service change and what people can influence and how and by whom and by when decisions will be made.
- Make communications simple, accessible and inclusive
- Ensure the partnership will actively listen to the views of the communities we serve and represent those voices in its decision making
ICP Communications & Engagement workstream
The ICP Communications & Engagement workstream enables an integrated approach across partners in Bassetlaw. The priorities for the work stream are:
- Communicating the purpose, vision and priorities of the ICP, ensuring all communications are user friendly
- To collate engagement insights and intelligence across partners, to build a collective view of the lived experience of Bassetlaw people
- To share and explore engagement methods and approaches across partners
- To coordinate and add value to engagement activity undertaken by partners to reduce duplication, and support the objectives of the Programme
- To identify gaps in knowledge and engagement insights between partners, in particular for hard to reach groups and those whose voice is seldom heard
- To jointly coordinate programmes of engagement or campaigns linked to partner priorities
- Coordinate communications activity
- To coordinate summits based on programme priorities
- To locate and communicate the Bassetlaw Place and Primary Care Networks in relation to the Nottinghamshire STP and South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw ICS
Children & Young People’s Network
A network of services supporting the health and wellbeing of children and young people has been established, to build a collective understanding of the local offer, to communicate this to children, families and partners and to engage the voice of children and young people in the ICP.
The network has developed an inventory of service (can be accessed here, or to the right hand side of the page), and is using insights from engagement to shape the future of services.
The inventory has been shared with all Bassetlaw schools, GP practices and services relating to children and young people. The online version can easily be shared with our link: http://bit.ly/CYP1218
If you would like to contribute to the network or inventory please get in touch via our contact page.
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Partnership Event (18 July 2018)
Shaping the next steps of our Programme
Using a world café approach, partners identified the priority work for the ICP, and the key partners to involve. Partners concluded that the ICP should be the nucleus of partnership working across health and care.
The event report identifies that the ICP should prioritise and own work on: integration; developing health citizenship in Bassetlaw; transport; loneliness and isolation; the workforce; communications and engagement; and, IT and digital. It also identifies that the ICP should support a range of further priorities, including work of falls, employment, housing, intermediate and urgent care, mental health and estates.
The ICP seeks to address issues by delivering services better together. It will improve outcomes for Bassetlaw citizens, including improved wellbeing and healthy years lived, measured through a basket of indicators. This event brought together key players to shape the next stage of the programme – what we are going to do, how we are going to it, by whom and by when.
The event was attended by 56 people from across Bassetlaw partners.
You can access the report here.