The faces of some of our guest speakers from the resilience event held 26 February 2021Stronger, healthier, better together

A series of virtual events giving colleagues and other stakeholders from across West Yorkshire and Harrogate the opportunity to share thoughts and learning around community resilience before, during Covid-19 and moving forward.

These events are hosted as part of our 'Harnessing the Power of Communities' Programme.

The latest in our series of community resilience events took place Friday 15 October, with over 80 people taking part.

The fourth in the ‘Stronger, healthier, better together’ series, once again brought voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) partners across the area together, with the aim of giving them the opportunity to ask questions direct about health and care developments taking place.

We are grateful to everyone who gave their time to make this an inspiring and exciting question time event, including our speakers, VCSE partners and volunteers. 

You can read here responses to your questions.  

Asking tomorrow's questions today

Asking tomorrow's questions today15 October 2021

This online event for VCSE partners and colleagues will take place on Friday 15 October from 11.30am to 1pm. It will be hosted by Rob Webster CBE, CEO Lead for West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership and Hilary Thompson, Senior Responsible Officer for the Partnership’s Harnessing the Power of Communities programme.

Join our panel members for a conversation about health and care developments across the area:

  • A VCSE approach to integrating care
    Frances Newall, NHS England, Head of Engagement and Communications
  • Our people
    Brendan Brown, CEO for Airedale NHS Foundation Trust and CEO Lead for the Partnership’s Workforce Programme
  • Health partnerships
    Rachael Loftus, Head of Regional Health Partnerships
  • Nahid Rasool, Helen Hirst, Rachael Loftus, Brendan Brown, Rob Webster, Hilary Thompson, Fatima Khan-Shah and Frances NewallA local place-based approach to working with VCSE
    Nahid Rasool, Chief Executive Shantona Women’s and Family Centre, Leeds
  • Integrated Care Partnership developments
    Helen Hirst, Chief Officer for Bradford district and Craven Clinical Commissioning Group and CEO Lead for the Partnership’s System Leadership and Development Programme
  • Ensuring support for carers and personalised care in our work
    Fatima Khan-Shah, WY&H Unpaid Carers Programme and Personalised Care Programme Director

You can watch a livestream of this event here on 15 October 2021 from 11.30.