Health and Social Care Partnership

/Health and Social Care Partnership
Health and Social Care Partnership2018-04-30T14:23:41+00:00

Overview

CEMVO Scotland developed a pilot programme funded by Scottish Government during September 2016 – September 2017 we delivered a one year pilot in Dundee and South Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnerships to support the process of engaging ethnic minority communities in the integration process.

Scottish Government have extended the project for another year to use the learning from the 2016-2017 pilot and provide race/equality support to 3 health and social care partnerships between 1st April 2018 – 31st March 2019.  The 3 partnerships who will be supported through this programme will be South Ayrshire, Scottish Borders and East Renfrewshire.

What is the aim

The main focus will be on building the capacity of the partnerships and will include the following outputs:

  • Providing capacity building / consultancy support to the 3 Health and Social Care Partnerships in developing race equality inclusive models of working
  • Providing race equality / capacity building training to the 3 health and social care partnerships to increase the awareness and understanding of race equality among key staff, that will enable more effective and meaningful engagement with EM groups / communities.

Projected outcomes

Integrated Authorities will have increased capacity and understanding of race equality issues to enable them to develop processes that will better engage ethnic minority groups / communities in H&S care integration.

Health and Social Care Officer:

Helen McCabe on 0141 248 4830 or helenmccabe@cemvoscotland.org.uk

For further information please call us or email enquiries@cemvoscotland.org.uk

Keeping ahead of COVID-19

CEMVO Scotland is committed to caring for the health and wellbeing of its staff, board members and service users and supporting our vital services by following national guidelines to help prevent the spread of the virus.

On Tuesday 17th of March 2020 we followed government guidelines, introducing social distancing which includes the following:
• All project staff are working from home
• Office enquiries are re-directed to staff remotely
• All training and events are cancelled until further notice
• All travel is suspended
• All face to face meetings will take place over the phone or using other technology
• All board meetings are cancelled until further notice

We understand that our staff provide services that our users rely on and we want that to continue, it will just be delivered differently. What does this mean if you need CEMVO support?
• All staff are contactable through email, phone, social media and our enquiries email
• All staff will contact their clients to talk through their support to you
• We just can’t meet you face to face but can provide support over the phone, using video calling and also email

We will be working like this until Friday 17th of April 2020. At this time, we will review our working arrangements and update our website and social media channels.

If you have an enquiry, need CEMVO support or wish to work with us please do continue to get in touch as our operations are continuing and we will respond to your queries.

For up to date information about us please check our social media channels.