What are the worst and best things about grant reporting?
We have been looking at ways funders could make simple changes to reporting practices to make it a shared, more meaningful and mutually beneficial experience. Now we need the help of small and medium sized voluntary sector organisations, especially those with multiple funders, to share their experiences to strengthen our case to funders to change their reporting requirements. Register your interest in this event by Wednesday 6th November.
Help us harness the power of our communities to improve the health outcomes of people across West Yorkshire
The national Building Health Partnerships programme is working with the Calderdale and Wakefield Health and Care Systems and the Voluntary and Community Sectors to establish a clearer picture of what is happening now, and what could be implemented in the future to improve the health of people across Calderdale and Wakefield.
Help us tackle Delayed Transfers of Care
We need your help to develop a programme of support across Nottinghamshire to reduce Delayed Transfers of Care, or delayed discharges, which happen when a patient is medically ready to leave hospital, but needs support at home in order to be discharged.
Working Together to Prevent Strokes
The national Building Health Partnerships programme is working with the voluntary and community sector, Healthwatch Cumbria and the North Cumbria Health and Care System to talk to local people in our towns and villages about how everyone can work better together to minimise the risks for those who could face some serious health conditions.
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