Developing Partnerships between Community and Voluntary Sector Organisations and Anticipatory Care

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NHS Health Scotland are leading a programme of work to support the development of partnerships between Community and Voluntary Sector organisations and Anticipatory Care programmes in Scotland.

The aim of the partnerships is to enhance the outcomes of anticipatory care in reaching and enhancing the health of the people within the population target group.

View the full outline of the partnership development support programme and a briefing paper of the programme.

There are three strands of work in progress:

1. Case Studies of Partnerships between the NHS and Community and Voluntary Sector Organisations to deliver Anticipatory Care

2. Guidance for partnerships between the NHS and Community and Voluntary organisations for anticipatory care

3. Two area projects:

  • NHS Fife project - Working with community and voluntary organisations and groups to improve the uptake and reach of anticipatory care among people from "harder to engage" segments of the community.
  • NHS Ayrshire and Arran project - Developing referral and improving access to the broader range of health and wellbeing services and resources provided by community and voluntary organisations and groups.

Reviewed 29 July 2014

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