Agenda and draft minutes

Health and Wellbeing Board - Wednesday 28th September, 2022 2.00 pm, NEW

Venue: Committee Room - Bootle Town Hall, Trinity Road, Bootle, L20 7AE. View directions

Contact: Amy Dyson  Democratic Services Officer

Items
No. Item

58.

Apologies for Absence

Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Martin Birch (Sefton Council), Deborah Butcher (Sefton Council), Dawn McNally (Merseyside Police), Clare Morgan (Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust), Anne-Marie Stretch (Southport and Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust) and Angela White (Sefton Council for Voluntary Service).

 

59.

Declarations of Interest

Members are requested at a meeting where a disclosable pecuniary interest or personal interest arises, which is not already included in their Register of Members' Interests, todeclare any interests that relate to an item on the agenda.

 

Where a Member discloses a Disclosable Pecuniary Interest, he/she must withdraw from the meeting room, including from the public gallery, during the whole consideration of any item of business in which he/she has an interest, except where he/she is permitted to remain as a result of a grant of a dispensation.

 

Where a Member discloses a personal interest he/she must seek advice from the Monitoring Officer or staff member representing the Monitoring Officer to determine whether the Member should withdraw from the meeting room, including from the public gallery, during the whole consideration of any item of business in which he/she has an interest or whether the Member can remain in the meeting or remain in the meeting and vote on the relevant decision.

Minutes:

No declarations of any disclosable pecuniary interests or personal interests were received.

 

 

60.

Minutes of Previous Meeting pdf icon PDF 341 KB

Minutes of the meeting held on 8 June 2022

 

Minutes:

RESOLVED:

 

That the Minutes of the meeting held on 8 June 2022 be confirmed as a correct record.

 

61.

Sub Group Updates pdf icon PDF 253 KB

Report of the Director of Public Health

Minutes:

The Board considered the report of the Director of Public Health that provided an update and summary of activity from the five identified sub-groups:

 

(1)

Children and Young People Partnership Board (CYPPB), which had met twice on 27 April 2022 and 8 June 2022. At the April meeting, the group discussed: NHS Commissioned Mental Health Support; Elective Home Education; Leeds Family Valued Model; Voice of the Child and National Child Measurement Programme. At the June meeting, the reports received were Children’s Social Care and Early Help Partnership.

 

(2)

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Continuous Improvement Board (SENDCIB) which had met twice on 17 May 2022 and 12 July 2022. At the May meeting the following items were discussed: Parent Carer Survey, Support Offered to Parents and SEND Performance. At the July 2022 meeting the following items were discussed: SEND Green Paper, Sefton Response; SEND Performance which included the Improvement Plan and Escalation Reports.

 

(3)

Adults Forum which had met once on 26 July 2022 and discussed Changing Places developments in the Borough.

 

(4)

Health and Wellbeing Executive which had met twice on 21 July 2022 and 25 August 2022. In July the group agreed a final draft of updated Terms of Reference for the Board following the boards recent development programme. In August the group discussed inspections and oversaw the developing BCF plan for 2022/23.

 

(5)

The Health Protection Forum which had met once on 11 August 2022 and received feedback from subgroups: acute respiratory infection, Blood Borne Viruses and HIV, Drug Related Deaths, Screening and Immunisations. An update from the task and finish group on extreme weather was also received.

 

The Board were informed of the opportunity to have a representative from Health and Wellbeing Board on a newly established Primary Care Commissioning Committee.

 

RESOLVED: That

 

(1)

The report be noted; and

(2)

The Chair be delegated to sign off the Better Care Fund Plan for 2022/23

 

 

62.

Early Help Partnership Annual Report pdf icon PDF 156 KB

Report of the Associate Director, Children and Young People Services, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Board considered the report of the Associate Director, Children and Young People Services, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust which provided a summary and the key highlights of the response to supporting families through Early Help in Sefton. The report outlined the breadth of support being offered throughout the Early Help Partnership and recognised the services that worked alongside families as part of the ‘Team around the family’.

 

RESOLVED:

 

That the report be noted.

 

63.

Cost Of Living Crisis pdf icon PDF 681 KB

Report of the Chief Executive, Sefton Council

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Board considered the report of the Chief Executive, Sefton Council, which was shared for information. The report summarised the impact of the escalating Cost of Living Crisis on local people and outlined the support available and proposed in Sefton.

 

The Board requested consideration of further involvement and the frequency of Cost-of-Living Crisis updates being brought to its attention.

 

RESOLVED: That

 

(1)

the report and its associated actions be noted; and

 

(2)

consideration be given to further involvement of the Board regarding the Cost-of-Living Crisis.

 

 

 

 

64.

Marmot Presentation

Presentation of the Director of Public Health

Minutes:

The Board considered the presentation of the Director of Public Health which provided an update on health inequalities across the Cheshire and Merseyside region. The recommendations within the presentation covered the key social determinants of health – the eight Marmot principles and seven actions across for the Cheshire and Merseyside stakeholders and system.

 

RESOLVED:

 

That the presentation be noted.

 

65.

Targeted Lung Health Check Programme pdf icon PDF 369 KB

Report of Cheshire and Merseyside NHS

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Board considered the report of the Director of Place, NHS Cheshire and Merseyside – Sefton Place which provided an update on the Targeted Lung Health Checks (TLHC) Programme. The report described progress from the key workstreams involved in preparing for operational readiness and included the Programme’s governance and reporting structure.

 

RESOLVED:

 

That the report be noted.

 

66.

Department of Health and Social Care Guidance pdf icon PDF 303 KB

Report of the Executive Director of Adult Social Care and Health

 

Minutes:

The Board considered the report of the Executive Director of Adult Social Care and Health which provided an overview of four key pieces of guidance released by the Department of Health and Social Care to articulate the relationship between the newly established Integrated Care System function and the Health and Wellbeing Board, Overview and Scrutiny Committee, Social Care Providers and the requirements of a forthcoming Integrated Care Partnership Strategy. The report was accompanied by a presentation and the Board were invited to offer a view on proposed responses to the consultation element of the guidance relating to Health and Wellbeing Boards.

 

RESOLVED: That

 

(1)

the report and presentation be noted;

 

(2)

the suggested responses by the Board be relayed back to the Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership; and

 

(3)

feedback be provided to the Department of Health and Social Care as presented in the report subject to additional comments relating to the inclusion of Social Care Providers on the Board and ensuring pre-birth consideration is strengthened in line with approach to Children and Young People.

 

 

 

 

 

 

67.

Cities Inequalities Project pdf icon PDF 498 KB

Report of the Director of Public Health

Minutes:

The Board considered the report of the Director of Public Health which provided an overview of the Health Foundation-funded Cities Health Inequalities Project and described the next steps for consideration of the Liverpool City region engaging with this model going forward.

 

RESOLVED: That

 

(1)

the contents of the report be noted; and

 

(2)

approval be given to progress discussions and further information be brought back to a future meeting.

 

 

68.

Sefton Health Communications, Engagement and Information Group: Quarterly update to HWBB pdf icon PDF 156 KB

Report of Cheshire and Merseyside ICB - Sefton Place

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Board considered the quarterly report of the Director of Place, NHS Cheshire and Merseyside – Sefton Place which provided an update on the work of Sefton Health Communications, Engagement and Information Group (SHCEIG) including the Group’s achievements since the last report (June 2022) and its next steps.

 

RESOLVED:

 

That the report be noted.

 

69.

For approval: Final Draft Sefton Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment 2022-25 pdf icon PDF 397 KB

Report of the Director of Public Health

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Board considered the report of the Director of Public Health which outlined the process and key findings of the 2022-25 Sefton Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment and sought approval for publication before 1 October 2022. The Board also received a presentation accompanying the report.

 

RESOLVED: That

 

(1)

the Sefton Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) 2022-25 be approved and publication by 1 October 2022 be authorised, in accordance with its duties under the Health and Social Care Act 2012 and the NHS (Pharmaceutical and Local Pharmaceutical Services) Regulations 2013 as amended (the 2013 regulations);

 

(2)

the content of the PNA, and the summary of methodology and key findings in this report, including the feedback received during the 60-day consultation period be noted; and

 

(3)

the role of the updated Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment Information Pack for Local Authority Health and Wellbeing Boards (DHSC, October 2021) in guiding decisions about production of subsequent PNAs and supplementary statements; and the discharge of the Board’s responsibilities in relation to the PNA be noted.