May and June staff engagement workshops

Throughout May and June Traverse will again be facilitating a series of workshops for CCG colleagues. These workshops will cover six topics that were frequently raised as areas of interest in the Feb/March workshops.

Colleagues are welcome to attend all sessions that are of interest. Two topics: Vision and Integration will be held twice – these will cover the same content so if these sessions are of interest, you will only need to attend one.

We realise not all staff will be able to attend all sessions due to meeting commitments and leave, but wanted to assure you that they will be recorded and made available on the staff intranet (except for any breakout sessions). Feedback will again be collated by Traverse and shared following the conclusion of all events.

The table below highlights the different session topics, times and dates. More information about each session is included below the table.

Our communities: Population health and tackling health inequalities (Wednesday 4 May)

Why should I attend?

Population Health and Tackling Health Inequalities will be a key focus for North Central London ICS. This session will provide an opportunity to hear more about the direction of travel, share ideas from your area of work and discuss where you might see opportunities for us to develop our work in this area.

  • You can view the slides from the session here.
  • You can watch the session here.

 

Integration: Working with and hearing from partners and building on collaborative working through Covid (Monday 9 May and Monday 23 May)

Why should I attend?

Continuing to build on collaborative working with our partners will be crucial to achieving the ambitions of the North Central London Integrated Care System. This session will allow an opportunity to hear from CCG colleagues and partners, and allow an opportunity to share ideas about creating and improving relationships and opportunities to collaborate.

  • You can view the slides from the session here.
  • You can watch the session here.

 

Vision: How will the ICS and ICB accelerate delivery of health outcomes and what are the priorities for Year 1? (Wednesday 18 May and Wednesday 8 June)

Why should I attend?

Having a clear vision about the direction of travel for health and care in North Central London will be important to ensure we can all come together towards a common goal. This session will include an introduction from Mike Cooke (Chair Designate, North Central London ICB) and Frances O’Callaghan (Chief Executive Officer Designate, North Central London ICB) and provide an opportunity to discuss thoughts and ideas that will feed into a shared vision for North Central London ICS.

 

Change: the role of commissioning and contracting in the future (Monday 13 June)

Why should I attend?

The role of commissioning and contracting will change as we move from a CCG to an ICB. This session will outline key changes and what that means in practice, and will provide an opportunity to discuss ideas and best practice to support this new way of working.

 

Quality Improvement: embedding improvement and harnessing best practice (Wednesday 22 June)

Why should I attend?

To achieve our aims it will be vital that we are continually looking to make improvements. This session will be an opportunity to hear from Jo Sauvage (Chief Medical Officer Designate, North Central London ICB) and Chris Caldwell (Chief Nursing Officer Designate, North Central London ICB) about initial thinking around quality improvement, and provide an opportunity to share your ideas and experience.

 

How decisions will be made: ICB governance and oversight (Monday 27 June)

Why should I attend?

North Central London ICB will have a governance structure in place that will allow us to provide accountability and oversight, and achieve our key aims. This session will be an opportunity to hear more about the governance structures that will be in place and to share thoughts about how these can enhance collaboration and relationships.