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03 July 2024 to 31 July 2024
YourVoice@healthwatch Public Event Wednesday 31 July 2024 10 am to 1 pm

Join HWLincs for the next YourVoice@healthwatch Community Primary Partnership (CPP) Co-Production Opportunity

Event Date:  Wednesday 31 July 2024                    

Time:  10 am to 1 pm

Location: Ruston Sport and Social Club, Newark Road, Lincoln, LN6 8RN

Healthwatch Lincolnshire invites you to be a part of our next YourVoice@healthwatch event. This is a unique co-production opportunity centered around Community Primary Partnerships (CPP), designed to gather your invaluable insights and shape the future of integrated care in our community.

Why Attend?

The development of Community Primary Partnerships is set to play a pivotal role in delivering integrated care close to home. Lincolnshire Health and Care leaders have agreed on a collaborative approach to inform the development of a CPP model for our region. The new partnership(s) will aim to drive collective action to improve health and care services and build strong relationships with local people and organisations to help us all live as healthily as possible.

Key Focus Areas:

  1. Valued Community Services: Share which community services you find most valuable and frequently use.
  2. Our Shared Agreement: We all want the best life for ourselves and those we care for, whatever our age or stage of life. Our Shared Agreement is creating new ways for health, care, people and communities to work together to share knowledge, build skills and confidence, grow relationships and support we can draw on to really live our lives. Join us to find out more, ways to get involved and be part of the movement. 

What are Community Primary Partnerships (CPP)?

CPPs are envisioned as partnerships between healthcare providers, local organisations and community members, promoting a preventive approach that goes beyond traditional medical care. Core characteristics include:

  • Whole Population Health Management: Offering preventive and curative services, health promotion and long-term care.
  • Integrated, Multi-Disciplinary Workforce: Focusing on a holistic, personalised approach rather than a disease-centric model.
  • Making the most of what we already have to keep us healthy: Using and sharing all of our resources to meet the health needs of everyone as efficiently as possible.

Who Should Attend?

Whether you are a Lincolnshire resident, patient, service user, carer, member of a support group, or work in a health and care organisation, we want you to join us!

Your Voice Matters!

Your input will directly influence how health and care services evolve in Lincolnshire, ensuring they are responsive to the needs of our community.

Don’t miss this chance to shape the future of health and care in Lincolnshire.

Places are Limited, register now to secure your spot!