Tagged: John Wilderspin

Joyce Redfearn confirmed as National Director for Health and Wellbeing Board Implementation

Joyce Redfearn has been appointed National Director for Health and Wellbeing Board Implementation at the Department of Health. Joyce takes over from John Wilderspin who stepped down in December 2012 to become Managing Director at the Central South Commissioning Support … Read more → – Joyce Redfearn confirmed as National Director for Health and Wellbeing Board Implementation

Appointment of Managing Director to Central Southern CSU

The NHS Commissioning Board has appointed John Wilderspin as Managing Director of Central Southern Commissioning Support Unit. John is currently National Director for Health and Wellbeing Board Implementation at the Department of Health. John was previously a Chief Executive in … Read more → – Appointment of Managing Director to Central Southern CSU

How can health and wellbeing boards address the Challenge on Dementia?

Health and wellbeing board members and officers are invited to join a webinar discussion on the Dementia Challenge on Tuesday 18 September from 9-10.30am. Health and wellbeing boards are now in shadow form and grappling with the realities of operating … Read more → – How can health and wellbeing boards address the Challenge on Dementia?

Should a health and wellbeing board’s main focus be on its membership or its actions?

Health and wellbeing boards are now well established in shadow form and a good number are already marking their first anniversary. After an initial focus on form, boards have quickly moved on to consider their function. What should they focus … Read more → – Should a health and wellbeing board’s main focus be on its membership or its actions?

Hardwiring public engagement into the work of health and wellbeing boards

In his second blog, John Wilderspin, National Director for Health and Wellbeing Board Implmentation, talks about what shadow health and wellbeing boards are doing to make sure patients and the public are involved in local decision-making. Last summer, we did … Read more → – Hardwiring public engagement into the work of health and wellbeing boards