Health & Wellbeing Board
Wirral's Health & Wellbeing Board (HWBB) provides oversight, strategic direction and coordination of the range of local partnership approaches while the partners set out to directly commission services. Also the HWBB seeks to:
Develop a shared understanding of the needs of the local community through the development of an agreed Joint Strategic Needs Assessment
Meet those needs through leading on the on going development of a Health & Wellbeing Strategy
Provide a local governance structure for local planning and accountability of health and wellbeing related outcomes
Wirral's Health and Wellbeing Board use the Wirral Plan as their collective and collaborative response to the locally identified needs.
Wirral Health & Wellbeing Board papers can be accessed on the Local Authority website.
The Wirral Health & Wellbeing Board - Terms of Reference and the Memorandum of Understanding both identify links to Wirral JSNA.
Practical guidance to engaging with health and wellbeing boards (Compact Voice May 2015)
This guide, produced in partnership with Regional Voices for Better Health. It is aimed at voluntary organisations and provides practical steps to help develop relationships with clinical commissioning groups. They have also published a Practical guide to engaging with clinical commissioning groups.
Wirral's first Joint Health & Wellbeing Strategy (2013 to 2015)
This was the first Health and Wellbeing Strategy for Wirral. It set out the overarching framework that describes how the public, private and voluntary sectors will work together with Wirral residents. This joint work would look to improve the health and wellbeing of local people. The Health and Wellbeing Board strategy provides a basis for the commissioning of health, social care and wellbeing services in Wirral.
Previous information related to the development of local Health & Wellbeing Boards