Agenda

(rescheduled meeting of 27 November), Health and Wellbeing Board
Wednesday, 8th January, 2020 10.00 am

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

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

Items
No. Item

1.

Chair's welcome and introductions

2.

Apologies for absence

3.

Declarations of Interest

4.

Minutes of Previous Meeting - 25 September 2019 and matters arising pdf icon PDF 121 KB

RECOMMENDED that the minutes of the Health & Wellbeing Board meeting held on 25 September 2019 be agreed as a correct record.

5.

Membership Update - Additional Member of Health and Wellbeing Board - University of Portsmouth pdf icon PDF 122 KB

The report by the Corporate Performance Manager RECOMMENDS:

 

That the Health and Wellbeing Board agree to co-opt Professor Gordon Blunn, representing the University of Portsmouth, as a member of the Health and Wellbeing Board with immediate effect.

6.

Adult Safeguarding Board Annual Report 2018-19 pdf icon PDF 824 KB

Due to the transition between PASB Chairs, Andy Biddle, Assistant Director Adult Services, will be presenting the annual report.

7.

Update on Safeguarding Reviews - Adult Mr D and Child G Learning Review (information report) pdf icon PDF 494 KB

This information report had been requested to update the Health and Wellbeing Board on progress in pursuing the recommendations of the Mr D Safeguarding Adults Review and the Child G Learning Review.

8.

Domestic Violence and Abuse Strategic Review 2019-2023 pdf icon PDF 48 KB

Paper to be presented by Lisa Wills, Strategy and Partnership Manager, which seeks approval for the updated Domestic Violence and Abuse Strategy 2019-23.

 

RECOMMENDED that:

 

1) the Health & Wellbeing Board approves the updated three year Domestic Violence and Abuse Strategy (see appendix A to this report) and agrees to review and refresh the action plan annually

 

2)         Partners consider whether the investment locally in responding to domestic abuse is sufficient (see page 8, and appendix A to the strategy document)

 

3)         Monitoring of the action plan is delegated to the Domestic Abuse Steering Group (see appendix C for membership).

Additional documents:

9.

Health and Wellbeing Strategy - Progress and Future Plans pdf icon PDF 159 KB

The joint report seeks to update the Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB) on progress against the outcomes in the Health and Wellbeing Strategy (HWS) and get the board's view on the future development of the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA).

 

RECOMMENDED that the Health & Wellbeing Board:

1) Note the progress against the indicators agreed for the HWS as set out in the report (section 4) and at appendix A

2) Consider areas where further work is required in response to performance issues identified or the key city challenges that will be presented at the meeting, as set out in section 6 of this report

3) Agree the outline proposal for future development of the JSNA that will underpin the next HWS.

Additional documents:

10.

Social, Emotional and Mental Health Strategy (Information report with links to Local Transformation Plan) pdf icon PDF 543 KB

Information report to be presented by Hayden Ginns which summaries Portsmouth's approach to SEMH support for children and young people 0-25, for noting.

11.

Dates of future meetings

The next meeting has already been set for Wednesday 5th February 2020 from 10am and it is proposed that the meetings for the rest of the year are set as Wednesdays at 10am:

 

·         17 June

·         23 September

·         25 November