Join webinar on how health and wellbeing boards can work effectively with local providers

The Department of Health and NHS Confederation invite health and wellbeing board members to join a webinar on 1 March from 9 – 10.15am to discuss provider engagement on boards.

Health and wellbeing boards present new opportunities for effective partnership working at local level to improve commissioning and achieve better health outcomes. The main duties and functions of health and wellbeing boards require them to have strong engagement across their communities.

Following the publication of the paper ‘Stronger Together: How health and wellbeing boards can work effectively with local providers’, this webinar provides the opportunity to gain valuable practical insight directly from health and wellbeing board members and local providers about how boards are working and can work effectively with providers.

During the webinar you will hear from representatives from provider organisations who have had varied levels of engagement with their local health and wellbeing board. There will be the opportunity towards the end of the webinar to ask questions of the panellists.

To register for this webinar, please contact David Harrison at the Department of Health at

Please note that in addition to health and wellbeing board members with a health and local government background, we are also looking for members from the voluntary/community sector.

All you will need for the webinar is a computer and a phone. Alternatively, you can join by smart phone.

For more information on the webinar programme, and to listen back to previous recordings, visit the webinars page.

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