Agenda and draft minutes

Health and Wellbeing Board - Thursday, 7th December, 2023 9.30 am

Venue: Learning Room, The Arc, Jewry Street, Winchesterer

Contact: Email: members.services@hants.gov.uk 

Media

Items
No. Item

96.

Apologies for Absence

To receive any apologies for absence received.

Minutes:

Apologies were received from Emma Boswell, Donna Jones, Jason Avery, Ron Shields, Cllr Crampton.

97.

Declarations of Interest

All Members who believe they have a Disclosable Pecuniary Interest in any matter to be considered at the meeting must declare that interest and, having regard to Part 3 Paragraph 1.5 of the County Council's Members’ Code of Conduct, leave the meeting while the matter is discussed, save for exercising any right to speak in accordance with Paragraph 1.6 of the Code.  Furthermore all Members with a Personal Interest in a matter being considered at the meeting should consider, having regard to Part 5, Paragraph 4 of the Code, whether such interest should be declared, and having regard to Part 5, Paragraph 5 of the Code, consider whether it is appropriate to leave the meeting while the matter is discussed, save for exercising any right to speak in accordance with the Code.

 

 

Minutes:

Members were mindful that where they believed they had a Disclosable Pecuniary Interest in any matter considered at the meeting they must declare that interest at the time of the relevant debate and, having regard to the circumstances described in Part 3, Paragraph 1.5 of the County Council's Members' Code of Conduct, leave the meeting while the matter was discussed, save for exercising any right to speak in accordance with Paragraph 1.6 of the Code. Furthermore Members were mindful that where they believed they had a Personal interest in a matter being considered at the meeting they considered whether such interest should be declared, and having regard to Part 5, Paragraph 5 of the Code, considered whether it was appropriate to leave the meeting whilst the matter was discussed, save for exercising any right to speak in accordance with the Code.

 

 

Cllr Porter declared that she was a portfolio holder with Winchester City Council.

 

 

98.

Minutes of Previous Meeting pdf icon PDF 70 KB

To confirm the minutes of the previous meeting – 5 October 2023.

Minutes:

The minutes of the last meeting on 5 October were reviewed and agreed.

99.

Deputations

To receive any deputations notified under Standing Order 12.

Minutes:

There were no deputations.

100.

Chairman's Announcements

To receive any announcements the Chairman may wish to make.

Minutes:

The Chairman welcomed all members present and reminded everyone that the Place Assembly would again be following today’s meeting.  The previous Assembly had discussed the first 1001 days – from pregnancy to age two.

 

She noted that Supt P Jones now represented Hampshire Constabulary on the Board.

 

Better Care Fund - an interim assurance compliance report had been submitted and would be circulated to Board members.

 

The Chief Medical Officer’s annual report 2023 report had been published and included a chapter referencing local case studies.

 

The Director of Public Health updated the Board on the development of an updated Health & Well-being Strategy.

 

 

 

 

101.

Integrated Care Partnership update pdf icon PDF 119 KB

To receive a report from Frimley and Hampshire and Isle of Wight ICBs progress made on serving Hampshire and the Isle of Wight

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Chairman invited the representatives of the Frimley and the Hampshire & Isle of Wight ICBs to present their circulated, combined report. 

 

The presentation set out the following principal points:

 

·         The Places that comprised each ICB’s area

·         The ICBs’ respective strategic priorities

·         Achievements and next steps

 

Both had established an Assembly to take forward the the integrated Care Partnership. 

 

The work around suicide prevention and the training offer was highlighted. Tacling inequality was mainly at Place level and it was acknolwedged that each was complex and different.  Work continued to engage the public in the activities of the ICBs and ICPs.

 

 

RESOLVED:

That the Hampshire Health and Wellbeing Board:

1. Receive the report and note the progress made and delivering the strategic

priorities.

2. Consider its role in helping to deliver the strategic priorities across both

integrated care systems.

102.

Healthy Weight pdf icon PDF 130 KB

To receive the report from the Director of Public Health on the Healthy Weight Strategy for Hampshire

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Chair welcomed Darren Carmichael, Public Health Principal to address slides that were shown.  The following principal points were made:

 

·         The Healthy Weight Strategy 2022/26 described the effective interventions and three strategic objectives

·         People living with mentl health conditions were among the at-risk groups

·         A multi-agency approach was key to success in this area of work

·         The Gloji scheme was highlighted

·         The availability of informal outdoor play space inresidential areas for all children was highlighted

·         The health information kiosks in portsmouth (libraries, CAB) were highlighted

 

RESOLVED:

 

1.    The Board Recognise the ongoing impacts on the health of Hampshire residents of being overweight or obese.

2.    To note progress made by system partners in delivering core objectives of the Healthy Weight Strategy.

3.    Seek opportunities to collaborate on measures to mitigate excess weight gain among Hampshire residents and support those residents who are living with obesity.

4.    Recognise the opportunities for Districts and Borough Councils to apply

good practice identified in taking a whole systems approach building and linking healthy weight objectives into various policies.

103.

Health Protection Report 2023 pdf icon PDF 159 KB

To receive the Director of Public Health’s Health Protection Annual Report

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Board received the report presenting the Director of Public Health’s Health Protection Annual Report and slides were shown.

 

The report described the work led by the Health Protection Board to protect the health of the people of Hampshire and the future focus of health protection activities in the year to come.

 

·         Living with COVID-19

·         Responding to other emerging health protection issues

·         Renewing focus on vaccination, helping shape the National Vaccination Strategy

 

RESOLVED: That the Hampshire Health and Wellbeing Board:

 

1.    Notes and agrees the 2022-2023 Health Protection Annual Report of the Director of Public Health.

2.  Supports the future focus of health protection activities for 2023-2024.

104.

Forward Plan pdf icon PDF 115 KB

To receive the Forward Plan for the Board’s meetings.

Minutes:

The Board received the Forward Plan for meetings through to December 2024.