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DISCLOSURES OF INTEREST
(Members Code of Conduct - Part 4A of the Constitution)
To receive disclosures of interests from members and co-opted members on matters to be considered at the meeting. The disclosure must include the nature of the interest.
An interest must also be disclosed in the meeting when it becomes apparent to the member during the meeting.
(1) Members may remain in the meeting and take part fully in discussion and voting unless the interest is a disclosable pecuniary interest or an interest which the Member feels would call into question their compliance with the wider principles set out in the Code of Conduct. Disclosable pecuniary interests relate to the Member concerned or their spouse/partner.
(2) Members in arrears of Council Tax by more than two months must not vote in decisions on, or which might affect, budget calculations, and must disclose at the meeting that this restriction applies to them. A failure to comply with these requirements is a criminal offence under section 106 of the Local Government Finance Act 1992.
(3) Members are also welcome to disclose interests which are not disclosable pecuniary interests but which they consider should be made in the interest of clarity.
(4) Officers must disclose interests in accordance with Council Standing Order 44.
No disclosures of interest in matters under consideration were received.
That the minutes of the meeting held on 26 March 2019 be signed as a correct record (previously circulated).
(Fatima Butt – 01274 432227)
That the minutes of the meetings held on 26 March 2019 be signed as a correct record.
ACTION: City Solicitor
INSPECTION OF REPORTS AND BACKGROUND PAPERS
(Access to Information Procedure Rules – Part 3B of the Constitution)
Reports and background papers for agenda items may be inspected by contacting the person shown after each agenda item. Certain reports and background papers may be restricted.
Any request to remove the restriction on a report or background paper should be made to the relevant Strategic Director or Assistant Director whose name is shown on the front page of the report.
If that request is refused, there is a right of appeal to this meeting.
Please contact the officer shown below in advance of the meeting if you wish to appeal.
(Fatima Butt - 01274 432227)
There were no appeals submitted by the public to review decisions to restrict documents.
(A) LIVING WELL FOR LONGER: WHAT THE JOINT STRATEGIC NEEDS ASSESSMENT IS TELLING US ABOUT THE HEALTH AND WELLBEING OF PEOPLE IN THE DISTRICT AND (B) UPDATE ON "CONNECTING PEOPLE AND PLACE": A JOINT HEALTH AND WELLBEING STRATEGY FOR BRADFORD AND AIREDALE PDF 252 KB
The Health and Wellbeing Board has a statutory duty to produce a Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA). The purpose of the JSNA is to inform the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy (JHWBS) which, in turn, aims to improve the health and wellbeing of the local population and to reduce inequalities. Both the JSNA and JHWBS are intended to be part of a continuous process of assessment and planning, supporting the identification of priorities and gaps for commissioning, based on both evidence and need.
The Strategic Director, Health and Wellbeing will submit Document “A” which summarises the main findings of the JSNA, focusing on the headline indicator of health and wellbeing for a population - healthy life expectancy - and health inequalities. The report also considers what issues might require further consideration in response to the findings.
That the Health and Wellbeing Board members consider the content of Document “A” and provide feedback for further action.
(Toni Williams – 01274 437041)
The Board decided to consider agenda items 5 and 6 together as the items correlated in the information being presented.
(A) LIVING WELL FOR LONGER: WHAT THE JOINT STRATEGIC NEEDS ASSESSMENT IS TELLING ABOUT THE HEALTH AND WELLBEING OF PEOPLE IN THE DISTRICT
The Health and Wellbeing Board had a statutory duty to produce a Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA). The purpose of the JSNA was to inform the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy (JHWBS) which, in turn, aimed to improve the health and wellbeing of the local population and to reduce inequalities. Both the JSNA and JHWBS were intended to be part of a continuous process of assessment and planning, supporting the identification of priorities and gaps for commissioning, based on both evidence and need.
The Strategic Director, Health and Wellbeing submitted Document “A” which summarised the main findings of the JSNA, focusing on the headline indicator of health and wellbeing for a population - healthy life expectancy - and health inequalities. The report also considered what issues might require further consideration in response to the findings.
Contents of the report were highlighted to Board Members and included that:
· The latest available data on healthy life expectancy showed that healthy life expectancy had fallen for both males and females.
· There had been no statistically significant change in healthy life expectancy in the District since 2009-11. As healthy life expectancy had not improved and life expectancy had increased, this meant that although people could expect to live longer, they were likely to spend more years in poor health.
· Improving healthy life expectancy was crucial for the sustainability of the health and care system. Otherwise demand for health care would only increase for all parts of the system (primary care, community care, including the VCS, and emergency and planned hospital care). As the population aged with an increasing number of health issues and frailty, demand for care services would also rise.
· There was an estimated 21 year difference in healthy life expectancy across the District. In the most deprived parts of the District people would spend just over 50 years in self reported good health; this compared to over 71 years in the least deprived parts of the District.
· The main causes of early death in the District were the same as many other areas: cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease and cancer; infant mortality was also an important cause to note in the District.
· Long term conditions such as diabetes, asthma and COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) all influenced levels of ill health and disability during a person’s life.
· Mental health was one of the most important factors, including anxiety, depression and serious mental illnesses such as schizophrenia. Whilst there was already a Mental Wellbeing Strategy, the JSNA emphasised the need for action.
· For many people it was the norm to have multiple long term conditions (multimorbidity). It was multimorbidity and not age that was driving demand in the health and care system.
· Poverty damaged health and poor health increased ... view the full minutes text for item 4.
The Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy was published in June 2018.
The Strategic Director, Health and Wellbeing will submit Document “B” which reports on the logic model which establishes a way of knowing whether or not what has been undertaken has made a difference to the health and wellbeing of residents. The report provides an update on progress against the four outcome areas of the Strategy, as well as describing some of the key areas of work that have been delivered and progressed since the last update.
That the content of the report and progress against the measures set out in the logic model be acknowledged, and the Board provides feedback for further action.
(Toni Williams – 01274 437041)
The Chair’s highlight report (Document “C”) summarises business conductedbetween Board meetings. The report includes updates from the Executive Commissioning Board and the Integration and Change Board.
That the Executive Commissioning Board and the Integrated Change Board updates be noted.
(Sadia Hussain – 07929024881)