Co-producing with and engaging communities: What does good look like?

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Joint Webinar Series 2021 for local system leaders

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The Local Government Association, NHS Providers, NHS Clinical Commissioners and NHS Confederation are collaborating on a series of Tuesday lunchtime webinars, beginning in July and continuing in the autumn from September. For chairs, non-executive directors, councillors, local government officers and lay members. The webinars will explore the top issues facing leaders. Each webinar will include expert introductions to the theme alongside local leaders sharing their practical experiences and learning, to support local leaders to think through what it will take to make ICSs succeed.

On Tuesday 28 September, from 12:45 - 14:00, the webinar, run by Think Local Act Personal (TLAP), will focus on the role of co-production with people and communities in ICSs

There is a firm expectation that ICSs will involve and engage with people and communities to ensure that the views and experiences of people are at the heart of the changes. The webinar will address how to avoid co-production not being given the attention it deserves amongst the complexity of the changes combined with a rapid timescale for set up.

These webinars are presented as part of the System Transformation Peer Support Programme, which is jointly delivered by the Local Government Association, NHS Providers, NHS Clinical Commissioners, NHS Confederation and the ICS Network. This support programme offers peer reviews, workshops, webinars and bespoke support to support local leaders develop their partnerships including ICSs and place-based partnerships.

For more information, go to www.nhsproviders.org/peersupport. For an informal discussion contact Rebecca Gale, Programme Manager at CHIP@local.gov.uk

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