Consultation on the re-procurement of the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme – is now open!
The current NHS DPP Framework Agreement was put in place in April 2016 and expires in March 2019. NHS England are now consulting on proposals relating to the re-procurement of the NHS DPP Framework from November 2018 running for three years with the option to extend for a further year.
The online survey for primary care and local health economies to share their views is now open. These surveys are open until 30 April 2018. Diabetes UK are leading on the public consultation which is open for patients and the public contribution until May 2018.
Providing Work Experience – Future Talent
Many of our GP practices provide work experience as an opportunity for young people to learn more about the workplace and as a form of talent-pipelining for the future. Attached is a factsheet that suggests skills that a young person could bring to a placement that would add value to practice, guidance from Health Education England (HEE) and an example timetable.
If you are interested in providing Work Experience please click here for further information.
For further information or any of the specific placements (deadline for placements Tuesday 10 April 2018) email email@example.com.
NHS England to transform mental health care for military veterans across the country
On 1 April NHS England launched the Veterans’ Mental Health Complex Treatment Service (VMH CTS).
The service provides a range of intensive care and treatment that may include support for substance misuse, physical health, employment, accommodation, relationships and finances, as well as occupational and trauma focused therapies.
Please see the attached for further information.
Cambridge Community Safety Partnership,
Please find attached the latest Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Domestic Abuse & Sexual Violence (DASV) Partnership Violence Against Women & Girls (VAWG) Newsletter.
- The link for the White Ribbon Campaign March 2018 newsletter, which features new Chief Executive Anthea Sully, who was a Trustee of Peterborough Women’s Centre, is https://mailchi.mp/781598050fe5/march-newsletter-201731?e=069533dd66
- Jennifer Perry, a member of Cambridge Community Forum on Domestic and Sexual Violence/Abuse, offers a free resource on how to increase safety on Facebook for domestic violence victims. The presentation is designed for the clients but can be done alongside their support worker. The presentation explains the risk of using Facebook and how to change the settings to improve security and privacy. It also has a step by step instruction booklet. If of interest, please contact Jennifer directly at email address: firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile number 07913 745131. The Digital Trust website is http://www.digital-trust.org.
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