Honiton Health Matters: a conversation with stakeholders 18 January 2018 9.30-13.30

What an excellent idea! Something for other towns to copy.

“Honiton’s Health Matters – Going Forward Together
Thursday 18th January 2018,
Beehive Main Hall,
9.30 for 10am start – 1.30pm

Book a place here:
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Context: This event is the start of a community conversation with key stakeholder organisations around the future health and wellbeing of residents in response to the new landscape affecting Honiton and its environs as a result of NHS and Government policies advocating placed-based health provision and cross-sector collaborative working.

The aim: To discuss what we know, where there are gaps/challenges and how, as a community we will address these to ensure collaborative approaches to co-design and co-produce local health services/activities that meet the needs of all the people in our communities.

Invitees: Management and senior level employees / volunteers / trustees across the public, private, community, voluntary and social enterprise sector.

Speakers:
Ø Professor Em Wilkinson-Brice – Deputy Chief Executive / Chief Nurse RD&E
Ø Dr Simon Kerr – Chair, Eastern Locality New Devon CCG
Ø Julia Cutforth – Community Services Manager, Honiton and Ottery St Mary
Ø Ways2Wellbeing – Social Prescribing, Speaker to be confirmed
Ø Charlotte Hanson – Chief Officer, Action East Devon
Ø Heather Penwarden- Chair, Honiton Hospital League of Friends

Organised by Action East Devon.

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