You are invited to a co-production workshop to design what Black Country and West Birmingham CCG Integrated Care System (ICS) engagement approach should look and feel like, across the Black Country as part of the strategy for working with people and communities.
There will be keynotes from:
• Alex Boys, National Association Voluntary and Community Action (NAVCA)
• Olivia Butterworth, Head of Participation, NHS England
Taking place: Thursday 9 December 2021 from 09:00 am to 12.30pm at The Hawthorns Stadium or Zoom depending on your preference.
Aim of session
Being an ICS means working more closely with Hospital Trusts, Local Councils and our Voluntary and Community Sector.
Working together, Healthier Futures want to co-produce an engagement strategy that is reflective of the community, shaping the way engagement looks and feels and more importantly, how your views and your lived experience influence the work of partners across the Black Country.
We are excited to provide both an in-person option and online option for this event to suit your needs.
Please register online via this Eventbrite link and select how you would like to participate.
If you have any questions or need any help, please do not hesitate to contact the engagement team on 0121 612 1447 or firstname.lastname@example.org
*NB For in person attendance, you will be required to present a negative lateral flow test to enter. We will be following social distancing measures and ask that you wear a mask when walking around the building.
Agenda – More details to follow
09:00 am – Welcome and Introductions
09:30 am Registration and Networking
12:30 pm Wrap up and Lunch
NHS Guidance – Food for Thought
Please view the principles from recent NHS guidance as some food for thought before the event.
We hope to work with as many of you as possible to truly co-produce a strategy which is inclusive for all our communities. This will be the first in several workshops before our strategy is ready to launch on 1st April 2022.