Agenda

Health and Wellbeing Board
Wednesday, 29th November, 2017 10.00 am

Venue: Conference Room A - Civic Offices. View directions

Contact: Joanne Wildsmith Democratic Services Tel: 9283 4057  Email: joanne.wildsmith@portsmouthcc.gov.uk

Items
No. Item

1.

Welcome by Dr Collie, Apologies for Absence and Introductions

2.

Declarations of Members Interests

3.

Membership Change (information item)

Jackie Powell has informed Democratic Services of a change to the CCG lay membership for the Health and Wellbeing Board, with Andy Silvester replacing her.  Jackie passed on her best wishes to members of the Board.

 

RECOMMENDED that the change be noted and Jackie Powell be thanked for her services on HWB as the Portsmouth CCG Lay Representative.

4.

Minutes of previous meeting - 20 September 2017 pdf icon PDF 79 KB

RECOMMENDED that the minutes of the Health & Wellbeing Board held on 20 September 2017 be agreed as a correct record.

5.

Portsmouth Safeguarding Adults Board - Annual Report pdf icon PDF 3 MB

The annual report for 2016-17 will be presented by the PSAB's independent Chair, Robert Templeton.

6.

SEND Strategy and Self-Evaluation (Information report) pdf icon PDF 137 KB

The purpose of the report by Julia Katherine, Head of Inclusion (on behalf of the Director of Children, Families and Education) is to update the Health and Wellbeing Board on the refreshed Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Strategy and the SEND Local Area Self-evaluation which identifies current areas of strength and areas where further development is required in readiness for the Local Area SEND Inspection.

 

This update is for noting.

Additional documents:

7.

Future in Mind Update (Information item) pdf icon PDF 84 KB

Update report by Stuart McDowell and Andrea Havey from the Integrated Commissioning Team.

 

The information report is for the Health and Wellbeing Board members to review the refreshed Future in Mind Transformation Plan recently submitted to government.  

 

The update is to be noted.

 

Additional documents:

8.

Pharmacy Consolidation Application Response Procedure and application for Pharmacy Consolidation pdf icon PDF 115 KB

The following reports have been submitted by Claire Currie, Consultant in Public Health on behalf of Dr Horsley:

 

a)    Pharmacy Consolidation Application Response Procedure

 

Purpose:  Since 5th December 2016, the Health and Wellbeing Board has a statutory duty to make a representation to NHS England on consolidation applications of community pharmacies in its area (i.e. where pharmacy businesses on two or more sites propose to consolidate to a single existing site). The Health and Wellbeing Board must respond within 45 days.

 

This briefing presents a proposed process for formulating a response to a consolidation application of community pharmacies, which the Board is asked to approve. The timeline for a response may fall outside of the usual schedule of Health and Wellbeing Board meetings. It is proposed that this process be adhered to for all pharmacy consolidation applications received, with responses noted at the subsequent Health and Wellbeing Board.

 

RECOMMENDATION: The Health and Wellbeing Board is asked to approve the procedure for responding to pharmacy consolidation applications.

 

 

b)   An Application for Pharmacy Consolidation -

Rowlands Pharmacy 129 Eastney Road (continuing site) and 117 Winter Road (closing site)

 

RECOMMENDED that the Health and Wellbeing Board agree that:

 

(1) The proposed consolidation of two pharmacies would not create a gap in pharmaceutical services that could be met by a routine application to meet a current or future need for pharmaceutical services.

(2) The proposed consolidation of two pharmacies would not create a gap in pharmaceutical services that could be met by a routine application to secure improvements, or better access, to pharmaceutical services.

 

 

Additional documents:

9.

Suicide Prevention Plan update pdf icon PDF 107 KB

The information report by Amy McCullough seeks to:

·        To update the HWB on the development of a Portsmouth Suicide Prevention Plan (currently in draft).

·        To seek HWB support for a Suicide Prevention Plan, and specifically commitment from members that their respective organisations/teams will own actions – as appropriate - within the Plan.

·        To gain any initial feedback, and to ask that further comments are sent to Amy McCullough, Consultant in Public Health (Amy.McCullough@portsmouthcc.gov.uk).

 

To be noted.

 

Additional documents:

10.

Health and Wellbeing Strategy pdf icon PDF 100 KB

The purpose of the report by Dr Jason Horsley as Director of Public Health is present to the Health and Wellbeing Board a consultation document for approval.

 

RECOMMENDATIONS

 

The Health and Wellbeing Board is recommended to:

 

(1)           Approve the document for consultation as attached at Appendix A.

(2)           Agree the proposals for consultation set out in section 6.

 

Additional documents:

11.

Date of Future Meeting

Please note that the next Health and Wellbeing Board will be held at 10am on Wednesday 21st February 2018. 

 

There will be an item on Adults with Complex Needs at that meeting.