Have your say in community spending……..
Oban, Lorn and the Inner isles Health and Wellbeing Network is inviting local community groups to get involved in a project that could benefit them by £2,000.
The network has already given out £17,000 of NHS funding through its usual grant programme this year. Now a pilot project is to be set up that will allow communities to vote for the projects that they would like to receive funding.
Chair of the network, Eleanor Mackinnon, said: “This is about exploring how we can involve communities better – letting them make the final decision about where funding goes within their local community.
Although we can only fund a few projects, we want to create a fun atmosphere on the day. Rather than groups competing with each other, it’s an opportunity for them to get together and share the hard work that they’re doing and make links with other groups who are working in the health and wellbeing field”.
The community vote day will be held in Oban on 4th February and any eligible projects that aren’t successful in public vote will automatically be taken forward to first round of funds in the Spring. Subject to the network receiving continued funding.
Although projects will have to meet the aims of the Health and wellbeing Fund, which has a particular focus this year on increasing physical activity, and enrich the lives of people with long term health conditions we are very aware of all the great ideas out there that have not yet come forward through the normal route of application. This is an ideal opportunity to access funds to bring your idea to fruition.
To find out more visit our network page or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Health Improvement Team is pleased to launch a new toolkit that has been designed to help teams and staff who work one to one with people to promote health and wellbeing. The Prevention Toolkit explains what it means to work in a preventative way and gives practical steps that can be followed. Prevention is very important as 40% of all public sector spending is wasted on solving preventable problems. The Health Improvement Team can run workshops on the Prevention Toolkit; for more information or to arrange a date email email@example.com
Prevention Toolkit May 2018 (final)
As part of smoking prevention and health improvement for young people a multi disciplinary steering group was established to raise the profile of services and awareness of some of the most pressing health concerns facing young people in Argyll and Bute.
This important contribution to the health and wellbeing curriculum was successful for engaging young people and raising awareness of services and health issues. The project included:
- commissioning a bespoke 60 minute drama to address issues affecting A&B young people
- delivery of the drama to secondary schools, reaching all S3 pupils
- production of a booklet for each pupil with exercises around support and resilience
- delivery of Q&A session with service providers
- production of 3 lesson plans to be delivered in schools
The full report can be found here: S3 Health Drama Pilot Project 2017 Report
For further information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Oban Lorn & the Inner Isles Health & Wellbeing Network
Invite you to a one day seminar for leaders, senior managers and practitioners
Creative resilience …… Creative change
Thursday March 1st 9.30 am – 3.30pm in Kilmore & Oban Church Centre, Oban
Full detail below – booking essential Eventbrite
OLIHWN SEMINAR 2018 (FINAL)
SEMINAR 2018 (FINAL)Workshops Detail 2018
Stress Awareness and Stress Management workshop
Following a successful event in May 2017 on ACES, a Stress Awareness and Stress
Management workshop was held on the 9th November in Inveraray for all partners to attend. The workshop was well attended with 39 participants from a wide range of partners, including, HSCP, NHS, Council, TEC team, ABAT, Marie Curie, Family Mediation, Hope Kitchen, Helensburgh and Lomond Carers, Dochas Carers, LAAS, NFU, TSI, Skills Development Scotland and Hermitage Academy.
An evaluation of the day can be found here: Stress Awareness and Management Workshop 9 Nov 2017
A survey monkey was also sent out to all that attended the day.
A brief report from the survey can be found here: Survey Monkey Results
All directors of Public Health in Scotland publish an annual report. Hugo van Woerden is the Director of Public Health for NHS Highland and he launched his annual report for 2017 this week. The topic this year is Realistic Medicine. This may be a new phrase to some people and means thinking carefully about the healthcare choices we make in terms of things like ethics, effectiveness, population demographics and finances.
Realistic Medicine has been described with the following six points:
- Shared decision making with people receiving and delivering health and care
- Building a personalised approach to care
- Reducing harm and waste
- Reducing variation in practice by staff and outcomes for people
- Managing risk better
- More improvement and innovation in health and care
The report can be found here and the Health Improvement Team will be out and about talking about it at meetings over the coming months. Join the debate about Realistic Medicine on our facebook page – Healthy Argyll and Bute
We are very excited to announce our upcoming Health and Wellbeing Development Training Day.
The Stress Awareness and Management Workshop will be held in Inveraray on the 9th of November from 10:30 – 15:30.
Further information can be found on the save the date flyer – Save the Date 09.11.17
Places for the day are limited and must be booked.
To register your interest please send us an email with:
Your name, post title, organisation, contact number, and if you any have access needs or dietary needs by the 20th of October.
Or you can fill in a booking form and email it to us – Booking form
You will then be notified on the 23rd of October if you have a place and details of the venue. Refreshments and lunch will be provided.
All emails to High-UHB.ABHealthImprovement@nhs.net
The team have been involved in quite a few different things lately.
Check out the news letter to find out more: June News Letter