Agenda and draft minutes

Lambeth Together Strategic Board - Wednesday 20 July 2022 1.00 pm

Contact: Julia Skinner, Democratic Services  020 7926 0147, Email: jskinner@lambeth.gov.uk

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1.

Agenda pdf icon PDF 301 KB

    Minutes:

    Clerks Note: “The Lambeth Together Strategic Board” currently acting as the Shadow Lambeth Together Care Partnership.

     

    Links to the recording:

    ·         Part 1 - Public Forum

     

    ·         Part 2 - Meeting in Public

     

    Members Present:

     

    Adrian McLachlan

    GP & Delivery Alliance Clinical and Care professional Lead

    Andrew Eyres

    Strategic Director, Integrated Health & Care NHS SE London ICS (Lambeth) and Lambeth Council

    Cllr Ben Kind

    Cabinet member for Children and Young People

    Cllr Jim Dickson

    Cabinet Member for Healthier Communities, (job-share)

    LTCP Co-chair

    Di Aitken

    GP & LTCP Co-chair and Delivery Alliance Clinical and Care Professional Lead

    George Verghese

    GP & Chair of Lambeth  Primary Care Clinical Cabinet

    Cllr Marcia Cameron

    Cabinet Member for Healthier Communities (Job Share)

    Paul Coles

    CEO, Age UK Lambeth

    Sue Gallagher

    Lambeth Together Lay Member

    Kate Procter

    Deputy for Penelope Jarrett, Lambeth Local Medical Committee

    Sarah Corlett

    Healthwatch Lambeth

    Dan Stoten

    Deputy for Fiona Connolly, Strategic Director Children’s Services

    Richard Outram

    Deputy for Fiona Connolly, Strategic Director Adult Social Services

     

    Attendance:

     

    Bimpe Oki

    Consultant in Public Health, LB Lambeth

    Cath Millington

    Child Friendly Lambeth

    Catherine Flynn

    NHS SEL CCG (Lambeth)

    Cheryl Smith

    Corporate Governance Lead (SEL ICS - Lambeth)

    Edward Odoi

    Associate director. Finance NHS SE London ICS  (Lambeth)

    Finnian Anyanwu

    Child Friendly Lambeth

    Francesca Wickens

    Child Friendly Lambeth

    Garry Money

    Director of Primary Care & Transformation, NHS SE London ICS (Lambeth)

    Gerry Evans

    Lambeth Together Engagement Lead

    Hiten Dodhia

    Lambeth Council, Public Health Team

    Jane Bowie

    Director of Integrated Commissioning (Adults),
    NHS SE London ICS (Lambeth) and Lambeth Council

    Jennifer Curley

    Lambeth Council, Public Health team

    Juliet Amoa

    Associate Director Community Health and Engagement

    Pamela Handy

    LBSAT Business Support Manager

    Paul Fawcett

    Corporate Programme Manager

    Rebecca Manzi

    LBSAT Business Support / PA

    Richard Sparkes

    Lambeth Council

    Sabrina Phillips

    Alliance Director, Lambeth Living Well network Alliance

    Shyrina Rantisi

    Lambeth Democratic Services Officer

    Sophia Looney

    Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy Manager

    Sophie Taylor

    Lambeth Together Programme Lead

    Warren Beresford

    Associate Director Health and Care Planning and Intelligence

     

     

    Apologies:

    Austin Sarah

    Chief Executive Integrated and Specialist Medicine at Guy's and St Thomas'

    Ruth Hutt

    Director of Public Health (Bimpe Oki deputising)

    Cllr Marcia Cameron (Attended online)

    Cabinet Member for Healthier Communities (job-share)

    Raj Mitra

    Delivery Alliance Clinical and Care professional Lead

    Fiona Connolly

    (Dan Stoten deputising for her DCS role and Richard Outram for her DASS role)

    James Lowell

    South London and the Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

    Julie Lowe

    Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

    Natalie Creary

    Programme Director, Black Thrive

    Penelope Jarrett

    Chair Lambeth LMC (Kate Proctor deputising)

     

1a

Introductions

    Welcome, introductions and apologies

    Minutes:

    Dr Di Aitken welcomed members to the meeting and noted apologies from Sarah Austin, Ruth Hutt, and Raj Mitra. It was also noted that Councillor Marica Cameron, Cabinet Member for Healthier Communities (job share), would be joining online.

     

    George Verghese and Dr Di Aitken shared kind words to honour the memory of Pamela Elliot and Les Elliot (not related), who had added valuable contributions to the work of Lambeth Together.

     

2.

Declarations of Interest

    Minutes:

    Members were asked to declare any conflicts of interests linked to the items on the agenda.

     

    No Conflicts of interest were declared.

     

3.

Minutes from 25 May 2022 Meeting pdf icon PDF 448 KB

    Minutes:

    The minutes of the meeting of Wednesday 25 May 2022 were agreed as an accurate record of the meeting pending an amendment in the attendance record.

     

4.

Lambeth Together Update pdf icon PDF 284 KB

    Minutes:

    Andrew Eyres, Strategic Director Integrated Health and Care, provided an overview of the new standing report which highlighted the progress of the previous two months, and it was noted that:

    ·         The Integrated Care system had been established on 1 July 2022 as a new statutory organisation via the Integrated Care Board, and with that the existing South East London CCG was disestablished.

    ·         The South East London CCG’s achievements over the years were recognised.

    ·         The Integrated Care Board had its first meeting where governance structures were established, and it was noted that the meeting was well attended.

    ·         George Verghese was appointed as the Primary Care Representative. Further details regarding appointments are available under item 6.

    ·         As a result of the governance review, development needs were identified. This included increasing the voice of the public and appointing clinical leadership.

    ·         Other developments included the Health and Wellbeing Strategy and Plans and the application to the National institute of Health and Research.

    ·         The paper provided an update on each Alliance and further details could be found in the assurance report.

    ·         The work around inequalities and successful bid to South East London for £958,000. An update on these projects was to be provided at the September meeting.

     

     

    RESOLVED

    1.      To note the update.

     

    To listen back to this item, refer to 00:12:15 of the second recording.

     

    To view the presentation/report accompanying this item, refer to pages 9 to 12 of the agenda pack.

     

     

5.

Lambeth Together Assurance pdf icon PDF 252 KB

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    Sue Gallagher and Warren Beresford provided an update. During the discussion it was noted that:

    ·         Nationally, Lambeth achieved second place for health checks for people with learning disabilities and the eight recommended good practice care programme for people with type two diabetes.

    ·         Improvements to the report would include a review of the new governance structure to sense check the metrics and measure objectives

    ·         A health inequalities data task and finish group has been set up to develop the metrics and DEI indicators, identify gaps, and to avoid duplication.

     

    RESOLVED

    1.    To note the report.

     

    To listen back to this item, refer to 00:19:15 of the recording.

     

    To view the presentation/report accompanying this item, refer to pages 13 to 60 of the agenda pack.

     

6.

Governance and Leadership pdf icon PDF 43 KB

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    Update covered under item 4.

     

    RESOLVED

    1.    To note the report.

     

    To listen back to this item, refer to 00:13:00 of the recording.

     

    To view the presentation/report accompanying this item, refer to pages 61 to 66 of the agenda pack.

     

7.

Lambeth Together Strategy Development pdf icon PDF 327 KB

    Minutes:

    Sophia Looney provided an update, and it was noted that:

    ·         The Lambeth Together (LT) Strategy sits across different strategic bodies of work and the Health and Wellbeing Strategy provided the strategic direction for the LT Strategy and Delivery Plan.

    ·         The current strategy was to expire at the end of the year and the new five year strategy would be agreed at the Health and Wellbeing Board meeting in October 2022.

    ·         Consultation work was being reviewed and the results from other consultations were used to fill any gaps.

    ·         Other work included finalising the ambition statement, sharpening areas of focus, ensuring the approach was anti-racist and asset based, and building integrated systems.

     

    RESOLVED

    1.    To note the report.

    To listen back to this item, refer to 01:23:46 of recording

     

    To view the presentation/report accompanying this item, refer to pages 67 to 74 of the agenda pack.

     

8.

Next steps for integrating Primary Care pdf icon PDF 427 KB

    Minutes:

    George Verghese and Garry Money noted the purpose of the Integrating Primary Care review was to form recommendations to maintain viability, sustainability and ensure general practice could thrive. Officers provided an overview which included the four elements of focus that will be integrated into the work and finally provided the next steps of action. It was noted that the action plan would be brought back to a public board meeting later this year.

     

    RESOLVED

    1.    To note the report

     

    To listen back to this item, refer to 01:45:40 of recording

     

    To view the presentation/report accompanying this item, refer to pages 75 to 82 of the agenda pack.

     

9.

Child Friendly Lambeth pdf icon PDF 2 MB

    Minutes:

    Francesca Wickens, Finnian Anyanwu, and Cath Millington presented an overview and update. In discussion it was noted that:

    ·         The partnership with UNICEF UK, which had launched a three-to-five-year programme, began in November 2021 and partnering organisations were across various sectors.

    ·         The programme aimed to place impacted children and young people at the heart of decision making and was designed to raise the profile of children and young people in Lambeth.

    ·         The programme operated across strategic programmes and fed into the Borough Plan.

    ·         The four stages of the programme were discovery, development, delivery and recognition.

    ·         The current six-month discovery stage involved talking to children and young people, including those with educational needs, disabilities and care leavers to develop a Child Friendly Plan that was right for Lambeth.

    ·         An overview of the methodology and the variety of engagement activities were provided.

    ·         Development of the plan would involve checking with young people to see whether their input had been incorporated suitably.

    ·         The delivery phase was estimated to take three years, and recognition phase would involve a panel of UNICEF representatives and children and young people to evaluate the work.

    ·         Finally, an overview of what the delivery phase could look like was presented, including four focus areas: children’s rights and voices, safe spaces and places, child friendly services and sustainability.

     

    RESOLVED

    1.    To note the report.

     

    To listen back to this item, refer to 00:29:02 of recording

     

    To view the presentation accompanying this item, refer to pages 83 to 100 of the reports pack.

     

     

10.

Lambeth HEART pdf icon PDF 1 MB

    Minutes:

    Jennifer Curley and Hiten Dodhia provided a proposal update for a Health Determinants Research and Evaluation Network,  which included an overview of stage two and the next steps, including that:

    ·         The past few years had seen funding shift local governments to become more active in research.

    ·         The value of the contract was £5 million over five years.

    ·         The consultation focused on how research was used by staff and service delivery improvement was cited as the most important reason for this.

    ·         Officers were thinking strategically about securing funding through network building with local researchers.

     

    RESOLVED

    1.    To note the report.

     

    To listen back to this item, refer to 02:09:18 of recording

     

    To view the presentation accompanying this item, refer to pages 101 to 118 of the reports pack

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