“Keeping Well in Communities”

These two STP footprints in the North East – Northumberland Tyne and Wear and North Durham + Durham, Darlington, Teeside, Hambleton, Richmond and Whitby will be working together, with the Building Health Partnerships: Self-Care programme to explore ways to utilise community asset based and social prescribing approaches to address some key health problems.

They will build on their existing work across the North East, including the community led asset based approach to health and wellbeing, which has been supported by Public Health England and had its Third Annual Conference at the end of March 2017.

First Partnership Session

This slide deck includes presentations from the First Partnership Session in the North East as well as notes summarising the key points and themes which emerged on the day. The slides represent a snapshot of where the partnership got to by the end of the first partnership session and the Core Group developed these ideas to shape the second partnership session.

Second Partnership Session

The second partnership session took place on 30th October and allowed participants to build on the learning from the first session and decide on action plans going forward. The slides from the session can be found here and the key notes and actions can be accessed here.

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