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NORTH AYRSHIRE 

Health and Social Care 
Partnership 



Integration Joint Board 


29 August 2019 

Subject: 

Director’s Report 

Purpose: 

To advise members of the North Ayrshire Integration Joint Board 
(IJB) of developments within the North Ayrshire Health and Social 
Care Partnership (NAHSCP). 


Recommendation: That members of IJB note progress made to date. 


Glossary of Terms 

NHS AA 

NHS Ayrshire and Arran 

HSCP 

Health and Social Care Partnership 


1. 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 

1.1 

This report informs members of the Integration Joint Board (IJB) of the work 
undertaken within the North Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership (NAHSCP) 
nationally, locally and Ayrshire wide. 

2. 

CURRENT POSITION 


National Developments 

2.1 

Scottish Health Awards 2019 


The Scottish Health Awards 2019 were launched on Friday 31®' May at the NHS 
Scotland Event 2019. Members of the public, staff across NHS Scotland and its 
partners can nominate people who have gone that extra mile to provide the highest 
quality health and care for the people of Scotland. 


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Further information on the Awards can be found on the Scottish Health Awards 

website: https://www.scottishhealthawards.com/ 
























2.2 

Standards Commission for Scotland Update 


The Standards Commission for Scotland published their latest update in July 2019. 
This update is a useful tool for Members of Devolved Public Bodies (including IJB 
members). The Julv issue can be accessed throuqh the followinq link Standards 
Commission Update Julv 22 contains some useful information for members, 

Including 


• Flowchart for members of devolved public bodies to help them identify when a 
declaration of Interest should be made and whether they can remain in the 
room and participate in the discussion and decision making/voting on the item 
in question. The flowchart can be accessed through the following link 
Flowchart for Declarinq Interests 


The Register of Interests for IJB members is in the processing of being updated, 
following the appointment of new members and changes in membership. 


• Cases overview - the update includes an overview of cases referred to the 
Standards Commission by the Commissioner for Ethical Standards In Public 
Life in Scotland (ESC). This issue highlights cases in South Lanarkshire, 
Midlothian, Dundee and Fife. 


North Ayrshire Developments 

2.3 

Beinqs Exhibition, Eqlinton Countrv Park, Irvine 




As part of our third collaboration with the National Galleries 
of Scotland and young people In North Ayrshire, I attended 
the opening of the Beings Exhibition at the racquet hall in 
Eglinton Country Park on 25'*^ July 2019. 

Young people from North Ayrshire, alongside others from 
Scotland, have created this exhibition exploring mental 
health and wellbeing. It charts their emotional response to 
powerful works of art and offers up creative insights into 
young people’s minds. The exhibition has been on display 
at the National Galleries in Edinburgh and we are 
extremely grateful to the Galleries for providing the 
opportunity to bring the Exhibition to North Ayrshire. 

The month long exhibition will run in the Raquet Hall, Eglinton 
KA12 8TA from 10 am to 4 pm from 26*’’ July to 26“’ August 
the exhibition is free so why not take time to go along and enjo 
experience. 

Country Park, Irvine 
2019. Admission to 
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2.4 Thinking Different, Doing Better Staff Experience 


After months of preparation and incredible effort by a large 
number of people, the Thinking Different, Doing Better- 
Health and Social Care Partnership 
Experience sessions began on 1 
July 2019 at West Road, Irvine. The 
response and reaction from the 
initial groups through the Experience has been fabulous 
and the outputs are already proving incredibly valuable. 

These sessions are scheduled from mid-July to the end of 
December 2019 for all HSCP staff (circa 3500). Stephen 
Brown, Director has committed to attend all sessions 
(around 150 in total). 


2.5 Ministerial Visit - 24^^ July 2019 


Clare Haughey, Minister for Mental Health visited 
Ayrshire on Wednesday 24**^ July as part of her Summer 
Visit programme. The focus of her visit was specialist 
Dementia Units. She visited the Ailsa Hospital Site 
where she met with carers of people with dementia who 
were part of the Carer’s Academy programme which is 
run in collaboration with NHS Ayrshire & Arran and 
University West of Scotland. 


2.6 

Champions for Change 


North Ayrshire’s KA Leisure recently successfully completed their first 4 week 
programme Champions for Change. This programme was funded by the Changing 
lives through Physical Activity Fund to deliver a community based project in North 
Ayrshire and is delivered in partnership with North Ayrshire Council Active Schools 
Team and The North Ayrshire Drug and Alcohol Partnership. The project reflects 
the aspirations of all the partner organisations to use sport and physical activity to 
bring about positive benefits for participants of this programme. They are now in the 
process of supporting the Champions into their paths for the future! 

Below Is a link to the KA Leisure newsletter with details about the Champions for 
Change programme over the past two months and how they are moving forward and 
looking to the future. httDs://swav.office.com/mmVzViZzVFQk9MYT?ref=Link 

2.7 

Attendance Award Winner 


The second winner of the HSCP Staff Attendance Award was Roberta McClung, one 
of our Peer Recovery Workers in the North Ayrshire Drug and Alcohol Recovery 
Service. Roberta will receive £1000 worth of vouchers of her own choosing. 

2.8 

Chair, Irvine Locality Forum 


Barbara Conner, Interim Chair of Irvine Locality Forum will step down as Chair in 
September 2019. The Irvine Locality Forum will make a recommendation to the 
Integration Joint Board about her successor in due course. 






dilrcrent 

doing better 

























3. 

PROPOSALS 

3.1 

Anticipated Outcomes 


Not applicable. 

3.2 

Measurinq Impact 


Not applicable 

4. 

IMPLICATIONS 


Financial: 

None 

Human Resources: 

None 

Legal: 

None 

Equality: 

None 

Children and Young 
People 

None 

Environmental & 
Sustainability: 

None 

Key Priorities: 

N/A 

Risk Impiications: 

N/A 

Community 

Benefits: 

N/A 


Direction Required to 

Direction to 


Council, Health Board or 

1. No Direction Required 

V 

Both 

2. North Ayrshire Council 



3. NHS Ayrshire & Arran 



4. North Ayrshire Council and NHS Ayrshire & Arran 



4. 

CONSULTATION 

4.1 

No specific consultation was required for this report. User and public involvement is 
key for the partnership and all significant proposals will be subject to an appropriate 
level of consultation. 

5. 

CONCLUSION 

5.1 

Members of IJB are asked to note the ongoing developments within the North Ayrshire 
Health and Social Care Partnership. 


For more information piease contact Stephen Brown, Director/Chief Officer on 01294 
317723 or sbrown(5)north-avrshire.qcsx.qov.uk