Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy

Closed 31 Jan 2019

Opened 12 Dec 2018

Results updated 16 Apr 2019

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This strategy sets out the vision for health, care and wellbeing in Brighton & Hove.

Every area has to have a Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy that is agreed by the local Health & Wellbeing Board, a partnership of local Councillors, council officers, NHS commissioners and clinicians, the local children and adult Safeguarding Boards and Healthwatch (the independent watchdog for health and social care services in the city).

Our draft strategy has been developed by a Policy Panel, bringing together city Councillors from all political groups, NHS Clinical Commissioning Group commissioners and GPs, council officers, local business representatives, Healthwatch and local community and voluntary sector representatives.

The strategy sets out our strategic vision for 2019-2030, together with the principles which will guide our future actions. It presents a shared view of where we are and of the challenges and opportunities that we face. However it is not a plan of how these will be delivered – the strategy will be used to inform these detailed plans.

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