Whole system approach to working at scale - Tackling cardio vascular disease in the North of England
PHE ePoster Library. Burrows A. Sep 12, 2019; 274433; 230
Mrs. Ann Burrows
Mrs. Ann Burrows
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Abstract IntroCardio vascular disease (CVD) outcomes are significantly poorer across the North of England than other areas of the UK. Public Health England (PHE) contacted ALBs in September 2017 and there was an agreement amongst Arm's Length Bodies (ALBs) across the North to work together to consolidate work and support for STPs around CVD.Concurrently PHE were working nationally on CVD and funding CVD leads in all PHE Centres to work on secondary prevention in Atrial Fibrillation (AF), hypertension (HT) and cholesterol (CH).MethodFollowing this a paper was taken to the North of England STP Leaders meeting, in January 2018 and Mel Pick up was nominated as chair to lead the work across the North.STP leaders agreed to prioritise AF, HT & CH across the North and all identified a senior system leader to drive and lead this work, with support from PHE, NHSE and ALBs.Engagement with STPs included a mapping exercise, 3 task and finish groups and 1 north wide engagement event. Engagement with ALB's included bi-weekly catch up and planning calls.
Results
Identified shared priorities for all STPs: development framework, peer support and Healthy Hearts Website. 100% attendance from all STPs at all T&F groups.Embedded CVD governance in STPs.Development Framework completed by STPs.Active engaged in developing CVD across their patches.Several areas have defined ambition around high risk conditions.
Conclusions
Continued drive to maintain momentum with all partners. More task and finish groups and peer support work planned. External funding details PHE funded venues as appropriate.
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