“What Makes Us Feel Good – Our Health in Our Hands”

The Humber, Coast and Vale STP footprint intends to use the support of the Building Health Partnerships: Self-Care programme to: 

  • Develop creative commissioning, exploring how to work in a more creative way with local communities and other partners to commission and co-produce better solutions for self-care challenges; and embed culture change in commissioning.

First Partnership Session

The first full partnership session for the Humber, Coast and Vale STP took place in September 2017. It explored what would make local citizens feel happy, healthy and at their best. It provided an opportunity for local communities to work with local health leaders to see what can be done collectively for individuals in local communities to feel good and stay well.

The learning from this session, including notes and actions, can be found here. The slide deck from the session can be made available on request. Contact [email protected] 

Reflections 

"What was refreshing about the event as well was the involvement of people who wouldn't have been there normally"

SEUK's Deputy Chief Executive, Nick Temple has written this blog looking back on the first session in the area.

The second partnership meeting is set to take place on the 4th December.

For more information on upcoming partnership meetings please contact: [email protected]