Bournemouth and Poole Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2013 - 2016

Bournemouth and Poole Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2013 - 2016

Bournemouth and Poole Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2013 2016 Framework Version 8: 14.09.12 So whats new? In April 2013 Public Health and other health services transfer to local authorities PCTs will be replaced by Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) LINks will be replaced by HealthWatch New NHS Commissioning Board Local Area Teams New Health and Wellbeing Board established for Bournemouth and Poole The Health and Wellbeing Strategy will set the work

programme for the Health and Well-being Board Our Purpose To improve health and wellbeing and reduce health inequalities for residents in Bournemouth and Poole To identify priorities for improvement and set out a framework through which partners will jointly commit resources to these priority areas Our Principles Local people engaged in identifying needs and solutions Focus on early intervention and prevention Make the biggest difference to those who have the poorest outcomes Deliver cost effective integrated services that work Coordinated services which remain focused on local needs Be clear who is responsible and improve the way we work together

Health Needs in Bournemouth & Poole The rising birth rate and increasing student population Increased levels of chronic disease in older age Difference in death rates between the poorest and more affluent communities Drug and alcohol deaths and hospital admissions are increasing problems Higher levels of cardiovascular disease and respiratory disease in the most deprived areas

Most disadvantaged children and young people have poorer emotional wellbeing and mental health Need for early intervention and prevention services for families of pre-school children Need to retain graduates and skilled workforce Need to exploit potential of regeneration in Poole and development of the green knowledge economy Use environmental approaches to increasing physical activity to limit impact of obesity Our Purpose To improve health and well being and reduce health inequalities Our priorities Reducing inequalities Early intervention and support for young children to avoid ill-health and poor outcomes in later years

Promoting healthy life styles and preventing ill health Promoting physical activity Preventing alcohol harm Promoting good sexual health Tackling poverty and Worklessness Tackling domestic abuse Tackling crime and Anti-social behaviour Priority communities (Bourne Estate, West Howe & Boscombe) Improving services for children and young people with emotional and mental health problems Improving adult mental health services

Working with complex families Developing more affordable housing Working better together to deliver high quality care and better value Promoting positive mental health Improving services for people with long term conditions/chronic disease Improving services for people with dementia Safeguarding children and adults from abuse and harm Improving access to community alternatives to hospital provision

Supporting carers including young carers Improving services for children with disabilities and complex needs Key Questions What do you think would make the most impact on improving the health and well-being of people in Bournemouth and Poole? How could you assist the Health and Wellbeing Board in making this happen? What are the top three things you would like to see in the Strategy?

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