Find out about the different strategies that help us achieve our vision and objectives.
We also work with a number of other organisations across Bradford and Airedale and have jointly agreed strategic priorities to work on together to meet the needs of our population.
The Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy (JHWS) outlines how we, as a district, aim to contribute to improving the health, wellbeing and quality of life for the people of Bradford.
The JHWS also describes how key organisations across the Bradford District, including our CCG, work together to identify and meet the needs of our population. The strategy gives local partners a set of jointly agreed priorities to work on together:
These priorities and the areas for action outlined in the strategy will inform the next JSNA (see above section), forming a cycle of development for the district.
The transformation plan for children and young people’s mental health in Bradford District and Craven outlines how we need to improve access to, and the quality of, services and outcomes for children. Based on what children and young people have told us they want from services – Future in Mind describes how the NHS and social care will work together to develop mental health and well-being services in Bradford district and Craven for the period 2015 to 2020.
Dementia in Bradford and Airedale: a health needs assessment and a strategy for 2015-2020 is a joint plan that has been agreed by the Council Health and Social Care Overview and Scrutiny Committee, the three Clinical Commissioning Groups and Secondary Care partners.
There are five key aims to this strategy, these are:
You can read the full strategy here.
Our Five year forward view for Bradford, District and Craven is designed to deliver our collective vision to create a sustainable health and care economy that supports people to be healthy, well and independent. It outlines what needs to change in Bradford District and Craven between 2014 -19 and how this will be achieved.
Mental wellbeing in Bradford District and Craven: a strategy 2016-2021 covers all age ranges and has a very clear focus on promoting mental wellbeing and tackling the things that we know can cause mental ill health.
The strategy sets out our vision and strategic priorities for the next five years. We have worked collaboratively with our stakeholders; most importantly members of the public and those with a lived experience of services and their carers.
Mental wellbeing in Bradford District and Craven: a strategy 2016-2021 outlines three key strategic priorities for the next five years:
Our aim for Bradford district and Craven is to create a community that will ensure people stay well across their lifetime, achieving and sustaining good mental health and wellbeing for all. We believe that we will be successful if we remain committed to working together with individuals, families, employers, educators, communities and the public, private and voluntary sectors to promote better mental health and to drive transformation.
You can listen to an audio version of the strategy on YouTube:
You can also take a look at the BSL version of the video on YouTube:
Some communities and locations in North Yorkshire are healthier places to live than others. Some people have a better sense of wellbeing than others.
An updated version of the North Yorkshire health and wellbeing strategy has been produced, following engagement with the public and partners. The strategy has been signed off by the health and wellbeing board and the county council.
An easy read version is also available.
The joint health and wellbeing strategy, like the joint strategic needs assessment, is produced by the health and wellbeing board. It will explain what health and wellbeing priorities the board has set in order to tackle the needs identified in the joint strategic needs assessment. It is not about taking action on everything at once, but about setting priorities for joint action and making a real impact on people's lives.
A new five year strategy has been developed to ensure that primary medical care services (those provided by general practice) continue to be sustainable and work well for people in Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven.
This strategy outlines how we will commission services at scale through extended access and addressing complex care needs. We want providers of primary medical care services to work together to share resources and infrastructure to promote equity of service.
We also want people to invest in their own health and wellbeing. This strategy outlines a number of self-care and prevention initiatives, in partnership with the voluntary and community sector, to support and enable our population to become empowered and manage their own health and wellbeing.
You can read the full strategy here.
Our CCG beleive that at all times our population should receive care and treatment that is of the highest quality ensuring it is safe, effective, person- centred, efficient, timely and equitable. Our ambition is to work with our providers of services to continually improve.
Our quality strategy, 2016 - 2019 sets out our quality position now, where we want to be, how we plan to get there and how we will assess the outcomes.
The three local CCGs and Bradford Council have a plan to improve the lives of children, young people and adults with learning disabilities, autism, or both across Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven between 2019-2019.
The Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven (AWC) and Bradford urgent and emergency care stakeholder communities have come together to develop our Urgent and emergency care strategy 2014-19. It outlines our strategic vision and direction for the development of our urgent and emergency care services.