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Seeking: Public reps for Transformation Care Workstreams

Source By: Healthwatch Hackney

A partnership of health and social care organisations in Hackney and City is seeking public representatives for four groups (called care workstreams) that will join-up health and social care services and improve health and wellbeing outcomes in the following areas:

  • Unplanned care
  • Planned care
  • Prevention
  • Early years and children 

Hackney & City: Health and Social Care Transformation is a partnership to improve health and wellbeing outcomes for Hackney and City of London residents through closer working and integrating services between local health and care organisations. The public representatives will play an important role ensuring the work carried out in each care workstream includes service user perspectives. These roles will contribute to ensuring residents are at the centre of the local health and care system.

Download the role description here. Interested candidates should submit a completed application form, personal statement, CV (no more than 2 sides A4) and equality form to for the attention of Jon Williams. 

The closing date is 5pm Friday 5th May

New opportunity at SMSG for older people with learning disabilities & older people generally

Inspection of local partners protecting children from neglect

Inspection of local partners protecting children from neglect 

A new set of six joint targeted area inspections will focus on how local agencies are working together to protect children from neglect - or help children already affected by neglect. The inspections, carried out by Ofsted, the Care Quality Commission, HMI Constabulary and HMI Probation will look at local authorities, health, probation services, the police and also schools. Inspections will start in May.

City & Hackney Older People’s Summit: Crisis in Health and Social Care

We are reaching out to bring together older people in City & Hackney to raise a louder voice for public, decent and fully-funded health and social care.


Date and venue:


Thursday 22nd June




Our Lady & St Joseph’s Church Hall,


100a Balls Pond Rd, N1 4AG



NHS City and Hackney CCG Health and Equality Discussion

NHS City and Hackney CCG is committed to reducing health inequalities and making sure that health services are accessible to everyone in City and Hackney.

To hear YOUR views on health &equality, the CCG together with NHS Community Voice are hosting a number of focus groups on Tuesday 2 May 2017, 5-7.30pm at the Graeae Theatre Company (138 Kingsland Rd, London E2 8DY ).

We would like to hear from:

  • City and Hackney residents with experience of using mental health services
  • City and Hackney residents with experience of living with conditions affecting the heart or blood vessels (e.g. stroke, heart attack, irregular heart beat or chest pain)
  • City residents with experience of using community health services such as physiotherapy, occupational therapy or district nursing.

We would in particular like to encourage participation from across different age groups, religious groups and ethnic backgrounds as well as from LGBTQ+ residents , those who identify themselves as having a disability and people caring for others.

Friendly and informal environment with light refreshments provided. To find out more or to reserve your place, please email or telephone 0203 816 3227 by Wednesday 26 April, including which discussion you would like to take part in. Places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.

We want this workshop to be accessible for all. When booking, please let us know of any language, communication, access or dietary requirements you may have.

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