Growing Health Together across East Surrey
Growing Health Together is holding a series of webinars to support the establishment of place-based collaborative partnerships for prevention and health creation across East Surrey.
The first four webinars are being held in collaboration with C2 Connecting Communities and will offer an introduction to building health-creating partnerships with communities to reduce health inequalities. T
About this Session
Chaired by Dr Richard Wright, Clinical Director of North Tandridge PCN, this session will offer an introduction / update on the Growing Health Together programme, followed by a celebration of some of the fantastic initiatives that exist outside of the health service to support health and wellbeing within East Surrey. This is sure to not only inspire, but also challenge those of us working within primary and secondary care to connect more effectively with the huge health assets on our doorsteps.
The session will include Q&A and opportunities for small group discussion within break-out groups.
- Dr Gillian Orrow – Growing Health Together programme director & clinical lead for community development, Healthy Horley PCN
- Chris Spragg – Merstham Community Facility Trust, Merstham
- Claire Richards – The Westway Community Café and Wellbeing Centre, Caterham
- Lynne Martin – Tandridge Voluntary Action, Oxted
- Cathy Leamon – Surrey Care Trust’s Gateway Allotment project, Reigate
- Tracey Agnew – Reigate and Banstead Borough Council
- Sandra Brown – Surrey County Council
- Sally Salter – Wellbeing Prescription Team
Who is invited?
All those interested in working in partnership with communities to improve health and strengthen community resilience in the wake of COVID-19 are warmly invited to join these webinars. We anticipate a diverse range of people in our audience, to reflect the membership of our evolving place-based collaborative partnerships. This is likely to include people working within Primary Care Networks across East Surrey, those working in secondary and community care, those working in schools, third sector organisations, police, council, business and other sectors. Local citizens are also warmly welcome.
The following 3 sessions will be hosted by C2 Connecting Communities in collaboration with the University of Exeter, and invitations will follow. It is recommended that all three are attended in order to gain the most from the programme. These sessions will be recorded.
22nd April | 1-2.30pm
Session 2: C2 transferable principles for health creation
6th May | 1-2.30pm
Session 3: The power of listening: how it differs from consulting
20th May | 1-2.30pm
Session 4: Community self-organisation: the route to lasting change.
Additional dates will also be held in collaboration with Local Area Co-ordination Network, May Project Gardens and Well North Enterprises, with details to follow. These sessions have been commissioned by Surrey Heartlands CCG and co-designed with a diverse range of partners from within and outside the health system, across the area served by our 5 East Surrey Primary Care Networks (PCNs):
- Care Collaborative (covering Redhill, Reigate, Merstham)
- Redhill Phoenix (covering Redhill, Reigate, Merstham)
- North Tandridge (covering Caterham and surrounds)
- South Tandridge (covering Oxted, Lingfield and surrounds)
- Healthy Horley (covering Horley, Smallfield and surrounds)