Healthcare professionals are accountable for providing safe and effective care to prevent pressure ulcers. Lynn Collingbourne, Commissioning Manager, Adult Commissioning (CH) in Bristol has given us information about SSKIN, free training for care providers.
Guy Stenson, Director of Partnerships & Integration
(South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group & South Gloucestershire Council) has asked us to promote this event via our contacts. Please see below:
I think you are aware that we have slightly restructured the plan for the event on 29th November building on the original opportunity to raise awareness and understanding of the wide range of support options available for local residents across South Gloucestershire and to build networks between practitioners and are now proposing that in addition it is an opportunity to increase engagement with the development of the new South Glos Health & Wellbeing Strategy, specifically informing the setting of priorities within the strategy.
So far there are only a limited number of people from provider organisations and from the voluntary and community sector booked to attend this event – we are keen to have a diverse range of voices from across South Gloucestershire to ensure that this event, and the work that flows from it, is informed by as many different interests and perspectives as possible.
You can download the invitation here. To book a place at the event please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Guy Stenson |
Suite 11-14, Corum 2, Corum Office Park, Crown Way, Warmley, South Glos, BS30 8FJ
T: 0117 947 4421 | E: email@example.com
PA: Katrina Comer|T: 0117 947 4420|E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Have your say on local community based services to help people stay happy, healthy and at home
South Gloucestershire Council wants to hear people’s views on our future plans for home care and for 1:1 support to access the community.
Syrian Refugee Resettlement Programme
The Civil War in Syria has resulted in one of the worst humanitarian crises of the 21st century. In his statement to the House of Commons on 7 September 2015, the Prime Minister announced that Britain should resettle up to 20,000 Syrian refugees over the rest of the Parliament. These will be some of the most vulnerable people affected by the conflict in Syria.