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Cambridge ALB & OD Prevention Wellbeing MECC Engagement Event

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Your invitation from HEE to a “Prevention & wellbeing” engagement event for Arms-Length Bodies & OD Leads

Our challenge: To transform the way people in the Midlands and East address prevention and wellbeing issues in ways that enable informed choice, encourage resilience and self-care management and support the integrated care agenda

Our proposal: Change the hearts and mind-sets of professionals and people alike, through the widespread adoption of the MECC and wellbeing approach as a core element of workforce development and workforce practice[1].

Our ambition: Prevention becomes a core element of all our practice

We need you to help us achieve this ambition

Join us in Birmingham, Cambridge, Leicester or Stafford to:



ü Understand the policy drivers and business case for the MECC approach


ü Explore the relevance of the MECC approach for integrated care working practices and for the professional development of your workforce

ü Explore the role of MECC in supporting the workplace wellbeing agenda

ü Familiarise yourself with the range of resources to support the implementation of the MECC approach within your workplace (inc. Person-Centred Framework)

ü Use a specially developed CORE Model as a framework to guide you through the whole process of Commitment-Operationalisation –Refinement –Evaluation



[1] Recent policy statements such as the NHS Five Year Forward View call for a radical upgrade in prevention and public health, and outline the need to increase the support available for people to improve their health and wellbeing. Public Health England, NHS England, Health Education England, Royal Society for Public Health, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, Association of Directors of Public Health, NHS Employers, Royal College of Nursing, Local Government Association, Care Quality Commission and NHS Improvement all recommend that the evidence-based Making Every Contact Count (MECC) approach should be applied across all health and social care organisations.

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