1. Proposed role

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SFHC 36/2005
SCOTTISH FOOD AND HEALTH COUNCIL
22 NOVEMBER 2005
COMMUNITY
LED
SUPPORTING
COMMUNITIES TASK GROUP
AND
DEVELOPING
HEALTHY
1.
This short paper aims to provide some background to the establishment of the
Community led Supporting and Developing Task Group and a brief summary of progress
made to date.
2.
The Task Group was established in November 2004 to progress the ‘community –
led’ pillar of Improving Health in Scotland – the Challenge. The Group is chaired by Mary
Castles, Assistant Chief Executive, North Lanarkshire Council and SOLACE’s Health
Improvement lead. The group was convened as a sub-group of the Stakeholders Group for
Health Improvement.
3.
The Task Group has established 4 sub-groups to progress priority themes: Planning
and Partnership working, Community Based Activities, Community Engagement and
Measuring Success/Evidence. The sub-groups have worked on developing a work plan. In
summary, key inputs will include:
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A review of evidence underpinning community – led approaches to health
improvement and qualitative research to gain an insight into the characteristics of
effective and less effective partnership working between stakeholders.
An analysis of the key health improvement and health inequalities aspects of the
current set of Regeneration Outcomes Agreements (ROAs) and Joint Health
Improvement Plans (JHIPs). The research has been commissioned jointly by Health
Scotland /Communities Scotland.
A portfolio of case studies of community engagement/community-based health
improvement to promote learning from practice and to explore the impact of such
approaches.
Production and dissemination of video/dvd on good practice in community
engagement approaches to health improvement covering existing programmes,
models and approaches.
A synopsis of available information and guidance around sustainability and
mainstreaming.
A briefing paper for CHPs that will seek to bring together Communities Scotland’s
National Standards for Community Engagement and SEHD’s Guidance on Informing,
Consulting and Engaging within a health improvement context.
A final report that summarises the Task Group’s overall discussions and conclusions.
4.
The Task Group has met on 4 occasions. The next meeting will take place on 14
December. A detailed timeline of milestones and outputs is to be produced in advance of the
meeting and it is anticipated that discussion around this will be the main focus of the meeting.
5.
A copy of the Remit of the Task Group is attached at Annex A.
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6.
A copy of the Task Group Membership is attached at Annex B.
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ANNEX A
COMMUNITY-LED - SUPPORTING & DEVELOPING HEALTHY COMMUNITIES
TASK GROUP
REMIT
1.
Proposed role
To address health inequalities in the context of Closing the Opportunity Gap and the Health
Improvement Challenge by:
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2.
Developing in collaboration with the Scottish Executive and other partners an
approach, strategy and action plan for the ‘community-led- supporting & developing
healthy communities’ pillar of the health improvement challenge.
Engaging in a capacity building process which enables local, regional and national
stakeholders to be involved in the process of informing a strategy.
Working closely with the Scottish Executive and other partners to support effective
action on key elements of the approach within the overall health improvement
challenge.
Proposed priorities
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To create a dialogue with key networks locally and nationally to create a shared
vision and ownership for community-led health improvement amongst Community
Planning Partnerships, Community Health Partnerships and the Social Economy.
To review the evidence base for community-led and other relevant health
improvement action and make recommendation for future action to improve the
evidence base.
To consider the need for capacity building work to support local and regional
ownership.
To map current activity which supports development of healthy communities and
contributes to the aims and methods of “community-led” health improvement as a
baseline for future development.
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ANNEX B
COMMUNITY –
COMMUNITIES’
LED
–
SUPPORTING
&
DEVELOPING
HEALTHY
TASK GROUP MEMBERSHIP
Mary
Castles
(Chair)
Assistant Chief Executive
North Lanarkshire Council
PO Box 14
Civic Centre
Motherwell ML1 1TW
Bill Gray
National Project Officer
(Scottish
c/o Scottish Consumer Council
Community
Royal Exchange House
Diet Project)
100 Queen Street
Glasgow G1 3DN
Helen
Tyrrell Director
(VHS)
Voluntary Health Scotland
11 Waterloo Place
Edinburgh EH1 1YJ
Janet Muir
Manager
Community Health Exchange
Suite 329, Baltic Chambers
50 Wellington Street
Glasgow G2 6HJ
Charles
Senior Development Officer
Ferguson
Volunteering in Health
Volunteer
Development
Scotland
Stirling Enterprise Park
Stirling FK7 7RP
Allyson
Chief Executive
McCollum
Scottish Development Centre
SDCMH
17A Graham Street
Edinburgh EH6 5QN
Emma Witney
Community
Programme
Manager
NHS Health Scotland
Woodburn House, Canaan Lane
Edinburgh EH10 4SG
Health Improvement Annandale
Elaine Lamont and Eskdale
Sonas
Stapleton Road
Annan DG12 6FB
01698 302449
Dr
Andrew Head of Evidence for Action
Tannahill
Health Scotland
Clifton House
Clifton Place
Glasgow
G3 7LS
[email protected]
Deborah Boyle PS Mary Castles
[email protected]
0141 226 5261
[email protected]
0131 652 5992
[email protected]
0141 248 1990
[email protected]
01786 479593
[email protected]
0131 555 5959
[email protected]
0131 536 5560
[email protected]
01461 204 639
[email protected]
0141 300 1010
[email protected]
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Eleanor Clark
Eric Samuel
Garrick Smyth
Cath King
Tom McNeill
Lucy Denvir
Runima Kakati
Salma Siddique
Monica Merson
Homepoint co -ordinator
Regeneration Division
Communities Scotland
Thistle House
91 Haymarket Terrace
Edinburgh
EH 1 5HE
0131 479 5354
[email protected]
uk
Senior Policy & Development
Officer
Big Lottery Fund
1 Atlantic Quay
Glasgow G2 8JB
COSLA
Rosebery House
9 Haymarket Terrace
Edinburgh EH12 5XZ
Health Improvement
and
Community Safety Officer
Highland Council
Chief Executives Office
Glenurquhart Road
Inverness
IV 35NX
0141 242 1400
[email protected]
031 474 9253
[email protected]
01463 702 139
[email protected]
Sports
and
Recreation
Manager
Quality of Life – Cultural &
Learning
Neighbourhood
Services (North)
AECC Blairgowrie 1
Conference Way
Bridge of Don
Aberdeen
AB23 8AQ
Health Promotion Manager
Forth Valley NHS Board
9 Gladstone Place
Stirling
FK8 2 AH
Service Manager- Health
Improvement
North Lanarkshire Council
Social Work HQ
Scott House
72 – 77 Merry Street
Motherwell
ML1 1JE
Lecturer in Mental Health
School of Community Health
Napier University
Comely Bank Campus
13 Crewe Road South
Edinburgh
EH4 2LD
Acting Head
01224 814533
[email protected]
01786 463031
[email protected]
01698 332061
[email protected]
0131 455 5331
[email protected]
[email protected]
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Jane Davies
Healthy Settings Programme
Health Scotland
Health Department
Public Involvement Manager
Health Planning & Quality
Division SE
0131 244 4152
[email protected]
Dr
Nadine
Harrison
Senior Medical Officer ,SEHD
0131 244 2057
[email protected]
Robin Benn
Performance & Improvement
Division Community Planning
& Cities Team, SE
Development
Department
Social Inclusion Division, SE
0131 244 4956
[email protected]
0131244 0803
[email protected]
Health Department Senior
Medical Officer, SE
Health Department Health
Improvement
Strategy
Division, SE
01312442178
[email protected]
01312442128
[email protected]
Kay Barton
Dr
Lesley
Wilkie
Roddy Duncan
Elspeth Gracey at Chex interim point for Evidence sub group.
[email protected]
SCOTTISH FOOD AND HEALTH COUNCIL
NOVEMBER 2005
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