Also in NHS Grampian Health and Care Framework: Health Services Fit For the Future:
Progress So Far in Developing the Health and Care Framework
Involving staff, the public and partners
We have agreed a plan to ensure staff, the public and our partners have a number and range of opportunities to be involved in the development of the Health and Care Framework. We are currently implementing this plan. Click
to read the plan, agreed in November 2010.
to read the latest update against this plan.
Links to pathfinder projects
A number of existing groups and pathfinder projects have been identified to inform the development of different parts of the Health and Care Framework. These groups involve staff, the public and partner organisations. Below provides an update on the work undertaken by these groups/projects so far:
Maternity Services Review
here for further information.
Aberdeenshire Overview (pdf)
Inverurie Pathfinder Newsletter Issue 1 (pdf)
Inverurie Pathfinder Newsletter Issue 2 (pdf)
Inverurie Pathfinder Newsletter Issue 3 (pdf)
Inverurie Pathfinder Newsletter Issue 4 (pdf)
Inverurie Pathfinder public event summary report May 11 (pdf)
Inverurie Pathfinder Newsletter Issue 5 (pdf)
The following four items outline the stages of planning, engagement, involvement and testing aiming to involve stakeholders to identify a future model of health and care for the Forres area:
1. Summary Report (pdf)
2. Progress Report (pdf)
3. Stage 1 presentation (pdf)
4. Stage 2 presentation (pdf)
- Forres HCF Newsletter Issue 1 (pdf)
- Forres HCF Newsletter Issue 2 (pdf)
- Forres HCF Newsletter Issue 3 (pdf)
- Outline Business Case Addendum
Improving health and reducing inequalities
to read the summary report on the Fraserburgh Project or
for the full report.
Click here to read
the Keep Well report.
Click here to view the Targeted primary prevention: making it happen presentation as a
PowerPoint Show or
Development of the model
A number of clinical groups (which involve staff, members of the public and partners) were asked to advise on what they felt was the ideal model of care for their population group. We collated this information and produced a proposed model which was challenged and tested by over 40 groups.
This information was collated and a detailed description of what health and care might look like in 2020 was produced. This was discussed by around 140 people at a stakeholder event on the 3rd March 2011.
Based on the feedback, the model and description were refined to describe what health and care could look like by 2020 from both the organisation's and a member of the public's perspective. The Grampian NHS Board approved this on 5th April 2011. Click
here to read the model and description approved by the Board.
As of mid April 2011, we will develop a detailed action plan with staff, the public and partners. This plan will set out how the model will be implemented over the coming years.
Development of a guide to support difficult decisions and the use of resources
- A group has been set up to oversee this piece of work. The group is made up of staff and a member of the public.
- Criteria have been developed to support services and the organisation in making difficult decisions and how they will allocate resources. The criteria were discussed with the NHS Grampian Public Forum in November 2011, and with groups of young people in February 2011. Click
here to read the Engagement Report.
- The criteria and the process for making decisions will continue to be tested by a number of groups during January to September 2011.
here to read the summary report produced in March 2011.
here to read the progress report and next steps submitted to the Grampian NHS Board in April 2011.
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