Agenda

Contact: Liz Wheaton 

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Items
Note No. Item

10.00 am

1.

Apologies for absence/changes in membership

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2.

Declarations of interest

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3.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 585 KB

To confirm the minutes of the meeting held on Thursday 10th September 2020.

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4.

Public Questions

No public questions have been submitted for this meeting.

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10.05 am

5.

Chairman's update

For the Chairman to update Members on health and adult social care scrutiny related activities since the last meeting.

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10.10 am

6.

Proposed closure of New Chapel Surgery, Long Crendon pdf icon PDF 211 KB

On 20th August 2020, Unity Health launched a public consultation on the proposed closure of New Chapel Surgery in Long Crendon.  Members will hear from representatives from Unity Health, the Clinical Commissioning Group and a local action group.

 

The consultation ends on 23rd November 2020.

 

Presenters:

Ms L Munro-Faure, Managing Partner, Unity Health

Dr S Logan, Clinical Partner, Unity Health

Dr A Furlonger, Clinical Partner, Unity Health

Ms J Newman, Head of Primary Care, Clinical Commissioning Group

Ms F Cayley, Chairman of the Local Action Group

Ms F Momen, Member of the Local Action Group

 

Papers:

Consultation briefing issued by Unity Health on 20th August 2020

Future of Primary Care Services in Long Crendon (Paper prepared by Unity Health)

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11.20 am

7.

County-wide engagement exercise pdf icon PDF 467 KB

Covid-19 has fundamentally changed the way we provide health and social care in Buckinghamshire.  The Buckinghamshire ICP agreed to undertake a comprehensive programme of public engagement about the changes we have made and discuss some the changes we are considering in order to reset health and social care services for the future.

 

The engagement programme has been developed around the following 4 themes – reducing health inequalities, community services, keeping people safe and non face-to-face services.

 

The programme and survey launched on 24th August 2020 and the survey closed on 19th October 2020.  Further engagement work is planned in November.  A fuller discussion on the outcomes of this work will be discussed at the January meeting.

 

Presenters:

Mr D Williams, Director of Strategy, Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust

 

Papers:

Cover report

Report which went to the Health & Wellbeing Board, July 2020

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11.35 am

8.

Pharmacy services pdf icon PDF 648 KB

The Committee will hear from representatives from the Clinical Commissioning Group, the Local Pharmaceutical Committee and a local pharmacist.

 

Presenters:

Ms J Butterworth,

Mr M Patel, Chief Officer, Local Pharmaceutical Committee

Mr K Patel, Local Pharmacist

 

Papers:

Medicines Optimisation Governance paper (prepared by the CCG)

Report from the Local Pharmaceutical Committee

 

 

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12.45 pm

9.

Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and West Berkshire Integrated Care System - joint health scrutiny committee pdf icon PDF 740 KB

Details on this item to follow.

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12.55 pm

10.

Work programme pdf icon PDF 364 KB

The Committee will discuss the work programme and agree the items for the next meeting.

 

Presenters:

All Committee Members

 

Papers:

Work Programme attached

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11.

Director for Public Health Annual Report pdf icon PDF 811 KB

Each year the Director of Public Health produces an annual report on the health of their population.  In light of the creation of the new Buckinghamshire Council and its 16 Community Boards, this year’s report focuses on the overall health and wellbeing of Buckinghamshire’s population. It serves as a baseline against which progress in improving the health and wellbeing of our population can be measured.  It highlights the many opportunities that the new unitary council and members have to improve the health of our residents through the council’s actions on community engagement and leadership, transport, planning, the environment, the economy, education and other services.  The aim is to support a strategic approach in the new council and partners to address the health of our population.

Committee Members are asked to note the Director for Public Health’s Annual Report.

Papers:

Cover report

Director for Public Health Annual report

 

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1.00 pm

12.

Date of next meeting

The next meeting is due to take place on Thursday 7th January 2021 at 10am.

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