Tag: collaboration

The Edinburgh Pact

The Edinburgh Health and Social Care Partnership, responsible for delivering community and bed-based health and social care services for adults in Edinburgh, want to build thriving communities in Edinburgh and embrace the opportunity to create a different type of relationship with residents, communities and organisations across the city. The Partnership are starting a conversation to build the Edinburgh Pact. The Edinburgh Pact will be an agreement between the Partnership and everyone who lives and works in Edinburgh. Our first step is

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Outcomes Showcase Event in City Chambers

What started as a relatively small event to discuss our recent work on Outcomes, ended up being a large event with fifty people at City Chambers, with key stakeholders from NHS Lothian, City of Edinburgh Council, the Edinburgh HSCP and the Scottish Community Development Centre.

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Using Outcomes to help People and Communities address Health Inequalities

With funding from the EIJB, over the past 6 months,  ECHF members have been working together to understand the contribution of their work to improving outcomes for people and communities and in addressing health inequalities. Alongside colleagues from the Edinburgh based organisation “Matter of Focus”(https://www.matter-of-focus.com/about-us/) they have developed a shared theory of change, identified relevant data and evidence and started analysing their data and information to tell the story of the contribution that each organisation makes. This work builds on

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Members News

Action Learning Sets for ECHF Members

We are thrilled to be restarting the next round of Action Learning Sets which will run directly after the next 4 forum meetings. By way of introducing Action Learning Sets,  here is a short blog from Biddy, one of the participants of the first round: “I was interested in developing a way to incorporate ALS within the staff team so that there could be an open honest space to discuss issues / concerns but one that would collectively come up

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