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LGYH have been working with partners fron Health on the transition to new arrangements involving Health and Social Care, which means that Local Authorities will be more involved.

Part of this work includes developing Health and Wellbeing Boards. Health and Wellbeing Boards will be a forum for local commissioners across the NHS, local government, public health and social care, elected representatives, and representatives of HealthWatch to discuss how to work together to better the health and wellbeing outcomes of the people in their area.

More information on the development of Health and Wellbeing Boards in Yorkshire and Humber can be found on the attachment below.

Health and Wellbeing Boards in Yorkshire and Humber

Health and Wellbeing Boards in Yorkshire and HumberHealth and Wellbeing Boards in Yorkshire and Humber

Perspectives on Public Health Conference - September 2011

During an online conference hosted by LGID, Cllr Jonathan Owen from East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Phil Coppard from Barnsley MB Council, represented Yorkshire and Humber Councils by presenting on health and wellbeing issues. The presentations delivered by both are available below.

The Politics of Public Health and the challenges of current proposals for elected members - Cllr Jon

The Politics of Public Health and the challenges of current proposals for elected members - Cllr JonThe Politics of Public Health and the challenges of current proposals for elected members - Cllr Jonathan Owen

Public Health as a Local Government Function - Phil Coppard

Public Health as a Local Government Function - Phil CoppardPublic Health as a Local Government Function - Phil Coppard

LGYH: The Orangery, Back Lane, Wakefield, WF1 2TG Telephone: 01924 200 262 email: mail@lgyh.gov.uk

Service Transformation in the North - In June 2014, NLGN and its partners convened a workshop  to discuss how councils in the North were integrating and transforming their public services. This paper summarises the discussion. More information here.
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APPG Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire report following the session on the bioeconomy is now online, along with the APPG letter sent to Lord DeMauley following the meeting . More information here.
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Yorkshire and Humber Local Authorities have submitted a joint letter to the DfT Rail Franchising consultation . More information here.
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The APPG Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire report following the session on local transport investment and growth is now available. More information here.