October 2018 Newsletter

TEAM was asked to contribute to two emerging strategic priorities for the Nottinghamshire STP; Developing an Integrated All Age Mental Health Strategy Developing a Vision for Community Centred Approaches Mental Health Strategy There was an emerging consensus amongst stakeholders that the path to a transformed Mental Health landscape for the STP should be supported by […]

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  • 10th October 2018

April 2018 Newsletter

GDPR The training session on the new General Data Protection Regulations was well received.  15 organisations were represented by one or two delegates and everyone had plenty of opportunities to ask questions specific to their organisation, and how the GDPR will affect them. The following links provide information on GDPR from the ICO website (Information […]

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  • 27th April 2018

January Newsletter – Small Grant Fund 2017 End Summary

Small Grant Fund Summary 2017 A big Well Done to all organisations supported by the Small Grant Fund 2017 which have now completed their projects and hopefully, will continue either as separate courses sustained through alternative funding sources, or as part of existing programmes. The fund enabled six projects to run from between 6 and 24 weeks, […]

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  • 1st February 2018

October Newsletter

End of Life Care Pathway In response to a request by Mid Notts CCG to redesign the End of Life Care Pathway, the Alliance Partners, including TEAM, have developed a joint approach to a fully coordinated, high quality End of Life service.  This is due to go live in April 2018. Transformation through integration is […]

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  • 31st October 2017

July Newsletter

Falls Prevention Public Health Nottinghamshire are piloting some falls prevention training specifically for the third sector, as part of their ‘Get Up & Go’ Campaign. TEAM have been asked to join the pilot to feedback from a third sector strategic perspective on what they might need to do to adapt the training to make it […]

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  • 8th July 2017

Registered Organisations

• Age UK Nottingham & Nottinghamshire • All Saints Centre • Alzheimer’s Society • APTCOO • Ashfield Citizens Advice • Ashfield Eyecare Services • Ashfield Home Safety • Ashfield Voluntary Action • Bassetlaw Action Centre • Bassetlaw Community & Voluntary Service • Beaumond House Community Hospice • Business in the Community • Cardiac Support Group […]

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  • 26th June 2017

April Newsletter

TEAM Small Grant Fund Thank you to everyone who applied for the small grant fund.  We had a great response, with a variety of projects targeting health and well being across the mid nottinghamshire district.  Following on from a thorough scoring process, 6 successful applicants were awarded a grant.  These are: Rhubarb Farm – Independent Living […]

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  • 4th April 2017

January Newsletter

What is the STP?The Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) is a five year plan to improve health and social care in the city and county for the benefit of local people. The plan has been designed to accelerate the implementation of the NHS Five Year Forward View transforming health and care outcomes, […]

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  • 1st January 2017

September Newsletter

In response to feedback from colleagues, TEAM will be posting a quarterly news bulletin to keep you informed and up to date on news and events from the CCG involving TEAM and the third sector, as well as letting you know what TEAM is working on.CCG Action Learning Sets4 Action Learning Set Workshops took place […]

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  • 28th September 2016

CCG Press Release, financial position

‘Use your NHS wisely’: NHS chief issues financial warningHealth leaders have issued a financial warning as they face a potentially significant financial shortfall in the coming year. The Chief Officer for NHS Mansfield and Ashfield and Newark and Sherwood Clinical Commissioning Groups has announced increasing pressure on local NHS finances and is asking people to […]

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  • 9th August 2016
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