We will be publishing a regular newsletter relating to the work of C4CC and it’s partners and members.
C4CCNewsletter – Issue 48
In the latest edition we hear about two exciting new initiatives. The Coalition is a key partner in setting up a new network in the North West and Greater Manchester area that aims to promote best practice in asset-based commissioning and to share the learning through a series of network development sessions. C4CC team members have also been working with partners to build on the momentum created by #socialcarefutures on Twitter where exciting ideas are being put forward and debated, with an event in Manchester planned for later this year.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 47
In this action packed edition of our latest newsletter we hear about an important government announcement backing NHS England’s plans for greater integration of health and social care, in tandem with a consultation to extend the legal right to Personal Health Budgets (PHBs) for many more people. NHS England has commissioned Quality Health to run an online survey to gather feedback about people’s experiences of personal health budgets in England. You can register to receive a link to the suryey.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 46
In the latest edition we hear about how the team have been battling storm Emma to share their expertise on a number of high profile events. C4CC Director Catherine Wilton ran a workshop with Co-production team member Christine Morgan for senior leaders in the north west. Catherine also participated in the national primary care leadership reference group and we also hear from the C4CC representatives who attended the TLAP partnership meeting where the Government Green Paper on social care was the primary topic
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 45
In this edition we reflect on the welcome national attention around the community based approaches that have proved so successful in Frome in tackling loneliness and social isolation and share reports on the progress of the Building Health Partnerships programme and SPICE’s cutting edge work in Medway.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 44
In the latest edition we hear all about the C4CC Partners Meeting briefed on NHS Universal Model for Care for Personalised Care. This edition also gives details of two important initiatives which both focus on the personalisation agenda. Our partner Shared Lives Plus has published its recommendations on personal health budgets, while the British Association of Social Workers and Shaping our Lives has launched its charter for disabled people.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 43
In the latest edition we announce additions to the C4CC team and congratulate Sue Denmark, who is stepping up to lead on our co-production activities. We share a research-based handbook, Commissioning Community Development for Health, by Gabriel Chanan and Brian Fisher.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 42
In the latest edition we welcome Anna Severwright as the new Co-Chair. We provide an update on the work the Coalition has been doing on the Reading Well scheme and there are a couple of opportunities to get involved with the Q Improvement Lab and the Professional Records Standards Body.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 41
In the latest edition we share Compassion in Dying’s new guidance for people with a terminal illness and their carers called ‘What now? Questions to ask after a terminal diagnosis’. We provide a summary of discussions from our recent Partners’ Meeting regarding a possible alliance between C4CC and TLAP and we share NHS England’s new resources on personalisation.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 40
In this bumper issue we report on the announcement that The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges is now recommending that letters from consultants be written to people themselves in the first instance in clear jargon-free letters, with their GP copied in, rather than the other way round. We provide an insight into some of the activity that took place during Self Care Week 2017 and share Diabetes UK’s Future of Diabetes report to mark World Diabetes Day.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 39
This edition highlights Altogether Better’s plans to expand and develop its innovative model of ‘collaborative practice’ into Dorset. We share the new free to use materials and guides that are available through Community Circles’ revamped website and there is an opportunity to comment on new draft guidance from NICE that aims to help improve services for people with learning disabilities who have behaviour that challenges.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 38
In this issue we report on the recent TLAP Making it Real Summit and NCAS Conference. We also share the work of some of our partners including Community Catalysts who have launched an exciting new project in Warrington, the Association of Mental Health Providers marking World Mental Health Day 2017 and a report from In Control who have identified serious issues around local authority policies on direct payments.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 37
In this edition we provide an update from the September Partners’ Meeting which focused on the theme of ‘workforce and we find out more about the latest guidance issued by NICE on intermediate care. We also have details on the Patient Leadership Summit on 15 December and provide an update on the merger between one of our partners Arthritis Research UK and Arthritis Care.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 36
In this issue we highlight a briefing written by Alex Fox OBE, which makes the case for more asset-based areas to help build stronger communities. We share Arthritis Research UK’s recent publication on ‘Musculoskeletal conditions and multimorbidity’ and hear about the Stockport Together programme which brings together health and social care partners across Stockport as part of NHS England’s Empowering People and Communities work programme.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 35
This edition highlights the Royal College of Physicians’ work on developing a set of standards for digital care and support plans and there are opportunities to register for two upcoming conferences: the Health and Care Innovation Expo in Manchester on 11 and 12 September and the Annual Self Care Conference in London on 26 September.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 34
In the latest issue we highlight the new framework from Health Education England, Skills for Health and Skills for Care, which supports person-centred approaches for the health and social care workforce. Also, there is an opportunity to work with Timebanking UK on the roll out of a new programme of work, and resources from the Royal College of Physicians.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 33
This edition highlights C4CC’s work in Hackney with Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust to help them improve the support available to people living with or at risk of, HIV. There is also an opportunity partner with Spice on their work in Greater Manchester, and details of how the Royal College of Anaesthetists is prioritising collaborative decision-making.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 32
In this issue, Shared Lives Plus is looking for examples of VCSE organisations working with personal health budget holders, Reading Well launched their new scheme providing information and support to people living with long-term conditions – C4CC’s co-production team worked with Reading Well to select the 28 books. We also share the learning paper from Wellbeing Our Way and the results of TLAP’s Care Act survey.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 31
In the latest edition, we have a special focus on carers following Carers Week 2017, with news on free health coaching for carers with TPC Health, a call out for care and support plan evidence on behalf of the Royal College of Physicians, and a great blog by Amy Rylance for Diabetes UK.
C4CC Newsletter – Special Edition
Find out more about the Leadership for Empowered and Healthy Communities programme and how you can get involved in this year’s cohort.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 30
In this edition we have news from Think Local, Act Personal on how you can embed their jargon buster onto your website, find Timebanking UK’s Tedx Talk, details of the upcoming Self-Care Conference and you can read about the impact of Spice Time Credits.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 29
In our latest newsletter, we focus on two key areas of the Coalition’s ‘Three Cs’. Progress in Personalised Care and Support Planning is a practical tool for people to assess their progress in implementing care and support planning and create an action plan to move towards excellence in this area. The LEHC programme holds true to the values of the Coalition, and models co-production, with people with lived experience involved in both the design and delivery.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 28
This edition of our newsletter comes from Professor Nigel Mathers, RCGP’s Honorary Secretary and C4CC Co-chair. Articles included a blog from C4CC co-production team member Shaun Webster on the importance of accessible information and healthcare. There are also opportunities to join the Health Foundation’s Q community and details of a mental health centre in Wales saving the NHS £300,000.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 27
We have some great articles from our partners in this edition, including the opportunity to share your stories on personal health budgets with the National Voices consortium and the opportunity to apply for a Volunteer Co-Chair position with Inclusion North.
C4CC Newsletter – Realising the Value Special Edition (Issue 26)
In our latest edition, we have a special focus on the Realising the Value programme, with an overview of all the tools and resources developed following 18-months of work, and supported by stories and blogs from people and partners involved.
C4CC Newsletter – Special Edition (Issue 25)
In this special edition, C4CC reflects on the newly published Five Year Forward View Delivery Plan. The newsletter brings together the C4CC statement, a view from C4CC’s Co-production Team and a roundup of Coalition partners thoughts.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 24
In this edition we have details of new guidance from NICE on their community engagement approaches, events from Spice and C4CC, a great opportunity to provide evidence on managing demand in primary care and a new guide from the College of Occupational Therapists.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 23
Read on to learn more about the National Voices and C4CC Co-production masterclass, a new programme of work announced by Timebanking UK, webinars from NHS England and a new programme from Skills For Care – National Commissioning Now.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 22
In this edition, there is a great opportunity to partner with Shared Lives Plus and evaluate the impact of their work with NHS England, a chance to feedback to NICE on their draft quality standard on multi-morbidity and a free event on health literacy.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 21
Read on to see news and information from our partners, including Community Catalysts evidence of savings from a community driven approach, an opportunity to feedback on British Geriatrics Society guidance, and events on Muskulo-Skeletal care for promoting health and wellbeing, and health as a social movement.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 20
In our first newsletter of 2017, read to find out the lessons you can learn from the Big Local work across the UK, how voluntary, community and social enterprise sector (VCSE) organisations can help to drive the transformation of health and care systems, how getting to know communities can help strength based social care and meet Trevor Fossey, a passionate member of our Co-production Group.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 19
Wishing all our partners, members and subscribers ‘Season’s Greetings’
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 18
In the latest edition, we have news and job opportunities from Coalition partners and members, including evidence of social prescribing in Rotherham, results of a Time Credits pilot in Hackney and an details of an event from C4CC members, Macc.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 17
Read our latest newsletter for details of news and job opportunities from the Coalition and its partners. We have details of great blogs on ‘Who Decides What Health Means?’, and from our Co-production Group member Richard Cross on why it is so important carers know their rights, and details of the results of In Control’s Independent Living survey.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 16
In this edition, we have news from Think Local, Act Personal on their latest launch of Engaging and Empowering Communities, Royal College of General Practitioners inclusion of collaborative care and support planning into GP curriculum, a Co-production masterclass and details of the People’s Transformathon.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 15
In the latest newsletter, we learn more about new partners Regional Voices and new venture, Community Circles. There is also news from another new partner Self Management UK, details of Self-Care Week and the introduction of Co-production Corner.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 14
This edition, we hear from Sian Lockwood of Community Catalysts on how their Inclusive Change Programme worked for two communities in Wakefield, plus the opportunity for training from Talking Health, Taking Action and grant funding from NHS England.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 13
In this latest edition, we have details of our brand new, one page co-production model, including an article on the development of the model and the link to download the model in full. Two blogs – one from Dr David Paynton on a clinician’s perspective of collaborative care and support planning and another from David Russell at Spice on how time credits are creating system change.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 12
In our new edition, you can find out more about exciting job opportunities with NHS England on their self-care programme, read about the work Community Catalysts is doing in local areas, like Somerset and events from our partners.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 11
This month’s newsletter features news, blogs and events from C4CC and partners.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 10
This month’s newsletter has an exciting opportunity for organisations to bid for funding on two projects with NHS England, details on the rising value of carers from Carers UK and a new short course on Social Commissioning for Health from University of Central Lancashire.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 09
This month’s newsletter features new work from NHS Improving Quality, The Health Foundation, Self Care Week and much more.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 08
This month’s newsletter features news, information and events from partners including Timebanking UK, Royal College of General Practitioners, Think Local, Act Personal, plus a discussion paper from C4CC.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 07
This month’s newsletter has details of the upcoming NHS Health and Care Innovation Expo 2015, an opportunity to be part of Royal College of General Practitioners’ Network of Champions, a great new ad campaign from British Heart Foundation and an opportunity for tea at the Houses of Parliament with Spice.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 06
This month, our partner Spice has published their evaluation on the impact of their work, and is packed full of news from partners including Picker Institute Europe, National Voices, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the Royal College of Anaesthetists.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 05
We have a roundup of publications from partners In Control and Think Local, Act Personal, details of a new online toolkit from Royal College of General Practitioners and an opportunity to see your work on this newsletter,
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 04
How you can register for our upcoming Regional Gatherings, reviews of our recent co-production group and partnership meetings, plus news and publications from The Health Foundation, NHS England and Community Development Foundation.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 03
Introducing our new Co-production Group, a video from The Health Foundation explaining what person-centred care is and why it is important, plus news about the Integrated Personal Commissioning (IPC) Programme.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 02
This month we feature the launch of our new Personalised Care and Support Planning Handbook together with NHS England and details of how you could become a member of our Co-production Group.
C4CC Newsletter – Issue 01
Launching C4CC’s vision at Future of Health, looking at the future of the Coalition and details of an upcoming conference from Think Local, Act Personal are all included in this month’s newsletter.
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