by admin

Sector-led improvement in public health: Progress and potential

October 26, 2018 in ADPH Updates, Publications, Sector Led Improvement by admin

Embedding SLI in public health has become a real collaboration between partners. The LGA, ADPH and PHE are working together to support its development at regional, national and local levels. You can view the most recent joint publication here.

by admin

SLI Leadership

March 22, 2018 in Sector Led Improvement by admin

SLI Programme Board:

  • Jeanelle De Gruchy, DPH, London Borough of Haringey
  • Jim McManus, DPH, Hertfordshire County Council
  • Tim Allison, DPH, East Riding of Yorkshire Council
  • Janet Atherton, Senior Advisor, PHE
  • Melanie Sirotkin, Centre Director, North West, PHE
  • Caroline Tapster, Director, Health and Wellbeing System Improvement Programme, LGA

Regional SLI Leads in England:

  • East Midlands – Mike Sandys, DPH, Leicestershire County Council
  • East of England – Jim McManus, DPH, Hertfordshire County Council
  • London – Penny Bevan, DPH, London Borough of Hackney and City of London Corporation and Steve Whiteman, DPH, Royal Borough of Greenwich
  • North East – Amanda Healy, DPH, Durham County Council
  • North West (Cheshire and Merseyside) – Helen Cartwright, Head of Commissioning and Mobilisation, Champs Public Health Collaborative
  • North West (Cumbria and Lancashire) – Sakthi Karunanithi, Director of Public Health and Wellbeing, Lancashire County Council
  • North West (Greater Manchester) – David Boulger, Head of Population Health Transformation, NHS Central Manchester CCG
  • South East – Andrew Scott-Clark, Kent County Council
  • South West – Trudi Grant, DPH, Somerset County Council
  • West Midlands – Liz Gaulton, Acting DPH, Coventry City Council
  • Yorkshire and Humber – Tim Allison, DPH, East Riding of Yorkshire Council
by admin

ADPH Sector-Led Improvement self-audit tool

March 22, 2018 in ADPH Updates, Publications, Sector Led Improvement by admin

ADPH is pleased to launch an SLI self-audit tool.

The tool is meant for the regional SLI leads, Network Chairs and Network Coordinators to help them assess their local SLI programme. The purpose of this self-audit tool is to help the SLI leads recognize network’s strengths and identify the areas of practice where there may be an opportunity to develop in the next phase. The tool can be used as part of a reflective conversation at one of the network meetings.

Local SLI programmes should provide confidence to both internal and external stakeholders and to the public as well as demonstrate continuous improvement to PH practice. In this way it will improve health outcomes and avoid top down inspection regimes. It should therefore provide demonstrable evaluation, challenge and measurement of improvement not merely increased learning and knowledge.

 

by admin

PH Sector Led Improvement framework

April 29, 2016 in ADPH Updates, Sector Led Improvement by admin

Please find below an SLI framework developed by ADPH.

PH SLI Framework

by admin

ADPH Response to the LGA Consultation- ‘Where next with sector-led improvement’

March 13, 2015 in ADPH Updates, Sector Led Improvement by admin

Below is our full response to the LGA consultation on sector-led improvement.

ADPH response to Taking stock – SLI March 2015 (final)

by admin

Managing the Risk of Underperformance in Public Health

October 9, 2014 in ADPH Updates, Sector Led Improvement by admin

Managing the Risk of Underperformance in Public Health
Improvement in public health practice will be founded on SLI principles but there is a recognition that there may be occasions where things go wrong and more focused support will be needed.
This paper from LGA, ADPH, DoH and PHE describes arrangements for identifying councils that may be facing performance challenges in public health in order that the sector (in this paper the term “sector” means local government sector) can offer early support for improvement.

149 kBManaging the risk of underperformance in PH FINAL_07-10-14