National Inclusion Health Board

The National Inclusion Health Board is a small group of highly senior leaders chaired by a senior health professional. Together the Board has a critical role to play in leading the Inclusion Health programme and translating its bold ambitions into real and sustained change on the ground. It provides expertise, focus and momentum to the agenda, and champions the needs of those most vulnerable to poor health outcomes.

National Inclusion Health Board meeting: September 2012

Summary note of the third National Inclusion Health Board meeting held on 10 September 2012 between 10:30 and 12:00 in Richmond House, London.  As well as standing items at the meeting members discussed in depth the current and future work … Read more → – National Inclusion Health Board meeting: September 2012

National Inclusion Health Board meeting: May 2012

Summary note of the second National Inclusion Health Board meeting held on 2 May 2012 between 10:00 and 11:30 in Richmond House, London.  As well as standing items at the meeting members discussed barriers to accessing services and possible solutions … Read more → – National Inclusion Health Board meeting: May 2012