Dudley CVS and Dudley CCG were one of 12 successful applicants to the Building Health Partnerships learning programme running in 2013 to designed to improve collaboration between clinical commissioning groups and local voluntary and community organisations and social enterprises.
The Building Health Partnerships programme aims to improve health outcomes through the development and national sharing of best practice through partnership working between Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), Health and Wellbeing Boards and the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector. It is supported by NHS England, and delivered by National Association for Voluntary and Community Associations (NAVCA) and Social Enterprise UK (SEUK) in association with the Institute for Voluntary Action Research (IVAR).
There are 12 learning sites supported by the programme: Bristol; Croydon; City & Hackney; Dudley; Durham Dales, Easington and Sedgefield; North Hampshire; Bradford & Airedale; Manchester; Shropshire; SE Staffordshire and the Seisdon Peninsular; Swindon; and Wakefield.
We have opportunities to network with other learning sites, and will seek to share learning from face-to-face and online connections on this site.
You can follow Building Health Partnerships on twitter: @bhealthp