Health and Wellbeing Board - Wednesday, 25th September, 2013 9.00 am

Venue: The Executive Meeting Room - Third Floor, The Guildhall. View directions

Contact: Vicki Plytas  Email:

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Welcome and introductions – (Chair) Councillor Leo Madden


Apologies for Absence


Declarations of Members' Interests


Minutes of the meeting held on 26 June 2013

RECOMMENDED that the Minutes of the meeting of the Health and Wellbeing Board held on 26 June 2013 be confirmed and signed by the Chair as a correct record.


Winterbourne View response (for information only) pdf icon PDF 56 KB

(A presentation from John Attrill, Portsmouth Learning Disability Champion and Angela Dryer, Assistant Head of Adult Social Care, PCC will be given on the day)


The purpose of the report is to inform the Health and Wellbeing Board, as set out in appendix A, of:


·         the actions underway in response to the Winterbourne View report

·         the proposal that the HWB formally receive the joint strategic plan focussing on support for those with challenging behaviour in May 2014

Additional documents:


Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2012/13-2013/14, Monitoring Report pdf icon PDF 125 KB

The purpose of this report is to inform the Health and Wellbeing Board of Portsmouth's position on the outcomes listed in the national outcome frameworks for the NHS, Adult Social Care and Public Health and the national indicator set for CCGs in order to:


·         Identify areas of improving trends

·         Identify areas of concern

·         Identify issues of concern which are not currently a priority for the HWB.




(1)       The Health and Wellbeing Board note Portsmouth's position against the relevant national outcomes frameworks


(2)       The HWB are asked to consider the extent to which the following issues are addressed through the current JHWS, or through other Partnership Boards:


·         Lifestyle issues impacting on health and wellbeing e.g. smoking, healthy weight

·         Ensuring that socio-environmental factors impact positively on health and wellbeing e.g. use of open spaces, the built environment, employment, the economy, housing and winter warmth

·         Children are the subject of a specific Objective. No partnership body is responsible for identifying and taking strategic decisions about improving the health and wellbeing of adults' or of older persons' age groups.

Additional documents:


Joint Strategic Needs Assessment - draft Annual Summary pdf icon PDF 5 MB

Andrew Mortimore, Director of Public Health, and Joanna Kerr, Head of Public Health Intelligence, Public Health Portsmouth will provide a presentation which will be circulated to HWB members on the day and will be available electronically after the meeting.


Creating a sustainable and thriving local health and social care system for Portsmouth

Dr Jim Hogan, Chief Clinical Officer, Portsmouth Clinical Commissioning Group will provide a presentation at the meeting.


Date of the Next Scheduled Meeting

The next scheduled public meeting of the Health and Wellbeing Board will be held on 4 December 2013.