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Invitation to the Safeguarding Adults Board Annual Report Event 30th August

Source By: LBH

The Adult Safeguarding Board is responsible for ensuring that arrangements are locally in place to safeguard people, so that:

.       Partners including City and Hackney are working together and providing timely and   proportionate responses to peoples safety

.       Staff are working with people to meet the outcomes they want from the situation

.       Safeguarding services are continuously improving

We will be holding an event aimed at service users and carers, where we will be discussing and presenting the Safeguarding Adult Board Annual Report to you:

We would like to:

.       Share the annual report with you

.       Answer any questions that you may have about the report

.       Get your views on how you would like to be involved in the future

Date: Wednesday 30th of August

Time: 2pm to 4pm

(We will be serving light refreshments of tea, coffee and biscuits from 1:45, so feel free to arrive from this time.)

Venue:  The Tomlinson Centre

                 Queensbridge Rd

                  London E8 3ND

Accessibility: Please let me know if you require any support to attend the meeting or if you have any access needs.

If you are a Service User or Carer would like to attend you can email or alternatively call: Krystal Popo on 020 8356 6669

If you would like more information about the Event please contact: Jayde Maynard on 020 8356 6498

Please confirm your attendance by the 18th August, and use reference (SAB) in the heading of your email to confirm your attendance.

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City and Hackney CCG AGM


We are pleased to invite you to attend the City and Hackney Clinical Commissioning Group's Annual General Meeting on Wednesday the 27th of September, 6-8pm at The Assembly Hall, Hackney Town Hall, London, E8 1EA. Places are limited, to book your place please visit:


See attached for full details and feel free to circulate to relevant contacts.

Improving access for all: reducing inequalities in access to general practice services.


Ensuring everyone can access services on an equal footing is a key priority for the NHS. One of the seven core requirements for implementing improved access, as set out in the NHS Operational Planning and Contracting Guidance 2017-19, is to address issues of inequalities in patients’ experience of accessing general practice, identified by local evidence, and put actions in place to resolve this.

To support commissioners and providers of general practice services to address this, NHS England has produced a practical resource – Improving Access for All: reducing inequalities in access to general practice services -which aims to promote understanding of groups in the community who are experiencing barriers in accessing services and help to address those barriers as improvements in access to general practice services are implemented.

The resource is intended to provide:

 a guide to assessing local issues, supporting local equality analyses and providing examples of how barriers arise at different points on the patient pathway journey, starting at the point where the patient identifies a health problem through to getting appointments and the experience of attending general practice services;

 practical tips on a wide range of issues related to protected characteristics and other groups who experience barriers to healthcare, for example through homelessness;

 quick links to video clips, learning materials for practice staff, case studies, examples of good practice and a wealth of information on NHS England’s website.

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