Tag: evaluation

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

November Newsletter

You can find our November news here: ECHF NOVEMBER NEWSLETTER For any additions to the December news, please drop me an email: grace@echf.org.uk

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Matter of Focus: Outcome Evaluation

Many of you will know that we have been working with Matter of Focus over the past year to look to provide robust outcome evaluation Forum Members. We have funding available to roll this out into 2019. You can find more information out here – Matter of Focus – and by coming along to the relevant workshops which we plan to host on the following dates: 1.    Tuesday 18 June – Outcomes meeting #1 (9.30-12.30) 2.    Thursday 25 July – Outcomes meeting #2

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General Updates

Case Study: The role of the ECHF within the EIJB

While some improvements have been made to the delivery of health and social care services, Integration Authorities, councils and NHS boards need to show a stronger commitment to collaborative working to achieve the real long term benefits of an integrated system.

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