Acute Trusts role in population health
PHE ePoster Library. Attfield A. Sep 12, 2019; 274453; 247
Mr. Andrew Attfield
Mr. Andrew Attfield
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Abstract Introduction
Barts Health provides services to one of the most deprived parts of the country. Over the last seven years it has developed a strategic approach to playing its part in improving the health of the local population.
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Having reviewed the health of local population and opportunities to improve that, the trust developed a systematic approach to securing community benefits including:Opportunistic health promotionOur role as purchaser and employerThe health of our staffThe equity of the services we provideOur estate and sustainability including clean-airResultsThe Trust has made a sustained effort to increase opportunities for low income and socially excluded groups by focused employment and training. In 2018/19 this resulted inOver 200 local people registered into Talent PoolOver 100 placements filled by local Job Ready candidates Over 150 local people received training and qualifications40 local people filled jobs through the programme70 local people filled apprenticeships through the programme Over a seven year period over 1000 local job outcomes have been achieved. The programme has been extended to generate significant improvement in careers awareness and progression for schools and colleges in deprived neighbourhoods including working with health services to generate practical engagement and over 500 work experience placements p.a., helping to widen participation.The work shows how to use recruitment and training methods to deliver outcomes and partnerships across public services. The work supports the creation of “good work” and Marmot's approach to health inequalities. External funding details Various programme support funders
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