Friday 28 April 2017

Health and Social Care

Meeting the Prevention Challenge in the East Midlands

 A Joint Report from Public Health England East Midlands and the East Midlands Clinical Senate. To access this report visit East Midlands Prevention Challenge Report 2015  

East Midlands Academic Health Sciences

Working together for patients and the public Within the East Midlands there are a number of health organisations with the same region-wide footprint.Whilst our remits are different we share a collective aim: to serve the East Midlands' 4.5m residents, improving health outcomes for patients and the public.We have signed a formal partnership agreement to reinforce this commitment, and we are committed to collaborating to explore all opportunities to share resources, develop joint projects and reduce the risk of duplication.The wheel on this page shows these partners, and clicking on the various segments will provide more information about each of our roles and remits.We have also produced a short summary leaflet of our main offers to NHS organisations. -

EMAHSN Diagram

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East Midlands Councils Health Review

A Healthier Future for the East Midlands

The East Midlands Health Review is intended to complement the work already undertaken by health and wellbeing boards and local health scrutiny committees through ‘adding value’ and support in addressing the joint priorities of councils, MPs and key health partners.

This review has been led by members of East Midlands Councils but in the development of the final report, a range of partners have informed its conclusions and recommendations, including from the health sector and academia, and through an All-Party Parliamentary Group meeting at the House of Commons on 30 October 2014. The final report is available below:

A Healthier Future for the East Midlands? (February 2015)

MPs, councillors and health professionals held a summit meeting at Westminster on Thursday 30th October 2014 to discuss the effectiveness of health services across the East Midlands, as part of a 'Health Review' led by East Midlands Councils.

Supporting information on 'funding for healthcare - inequalities in the East Midlands' is available below:

Health Funding Inequality in the East Midlands

Health and Well-Being Board Chairs' Network

The Health and Well-Being Board (HWB) Chairs' Network supports HWB Chairs to develop their their role through exchange of information, practice and ideas. The Network consists of the 10 HWB Chairs in the East Midlands (Derby, Derbyshire, Leicester, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Milton Keynes, Northamptonshire, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, and Rutland).

Terms of Reference


The LGA works closely with the Association of Directors of Public Health and above is an outline of the role of a DPH including the reasons why this position (or equivalent) is an important strength working for the health of a population within a defined area.

DS Friday message 28 October 2016 final

Please see above the latest weekly message from Duncan Selbie, Chief Executive of Public Health England