Join us at one of our online events where we will be discussing the latest developments in health and care services and priorities for the Integrated Care System and the Integrated Care Board (ICB).
Our events in July will help:
- Provide an update on the work and priorities of the Integrated Care System
- Explain the new organisational changes and the role of the future NHS Integrated Care Board
- Answer your questions on our priorities and work
- Seek your views on our Draft People and Communities Strategy.
Our draft People and Communities Strategy outlines how we will involve and engage local people and staff, moving forward.
If you require additional support, such as translators, or British Sign Language (BSL) interpreters, please let us know when you register.
The dates for our events are shown here, and you can book your free place today by clicking on the registration link below. Each event will be the same, so you only need to attend one. Please attend the event which covers your local area.
Online events (please note, these online sessions will be held via Microsoft Teams, and the meeting link will be emailed to you two working days before the events):
- 5 July - 7pm until 8.30pm - North Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent
- 12 July - 7pm until 8.30pm - South West Staffordshire
- 19 July - 10am until 11.30am - South East Staffordshire
If you are unable to join your local session then please feel free to join another time, as the content will be broadly similar at each event.
Register for your free place today, for an online event, by clicking the below link or by phoning 0333 150 2155.
We have reflected on the low bookings for face-to-face events previously promoted, and the ongoing workforce pressures, and have decided to refocus these events. As a result, we are postponing the events previously advertised.
We are keen to make these launch events as useful as possible for everyone involved.
Recognising that the online sessions are more popular, and also inclusive for staff, we have organised the above online events.
We are committed to supporting face-to-face involvement, as digital is not suitable for some people, but recognise that a different approach is needed for these events. Over the coming weeks we will be designing smaller, targeted roadshows, that reach into local communities, offering people the opportunity to ask us questions and share their views. We will share more details with you soon.