Place-Based Partnership Development - colleague survey

We have been working together for a number of years to join up health and care across Lancashire and South Cumbria including local authorities, the NHS, voluntary, community, faith and social enterprise organisations, academic institutions, other public sector organisations and communities. Our teams will be part of new ways of working that better meet the needs of local people and some of this will happen within place-based partnerships.

A place-based partnership is a collaboration of planners and providers across health, local authority and the wider community, who take collective responsibility for improving the health and wellbeing of residents within a place, with a population of up to 500,000.

Across Lancashire and South Cumbria Health and Care Partnership, there are five place-based partnerships:
  • Central Lancashire (Our Central Lancashire)
  • Fylde Coast (Healthier Fylde Coast)
  • Morecambe Bay (Bay Health and Care Partners)
  • Pennine Lancashire (Healthier Pennine Lancashire)
  • West Lancashire (West Lancashire Partnership)

We want to understand how aware and involved people working in the partner organisations across Lancashire and South Cumbria feel regarding their place-based partnership, which will help to shape future communications and engagement activity. 

We are starting by asking the initial questions below and then we plan to run the survey again in a few months' time with more detailed questions to find out how this has progressed.
 

1. Which place-based partnership do you work in? *

 

2. Which of the following organisations do you work for? *

 

3. Which of the below options apply to your role?
Select all the options that apply to you, they won't all be relevant to your organisation. *

 

4. How aware are you of the development of a place-based partnership in your area? (The partnerships are Central Lancashire, Fylde Coast, Morecambe Bay, Pennine Lancashire and West Lancashire.) *

 

5. How involved are you in the development of integrated care across your place-based partnership? *

 

6. How well does your place-based partnership communicate its plans and priorities to you? *

 

7. What do you feel are the potential benefits for staff working in partnership across your place-based partnership?

 

8. Do you have any good examples of partnership working that you have been involved in or made aware of within your place-based partnership?

 

9. We would like to ensure colleagues working across all partner organisations within the Lancashire and South Cumbria Health and Care Partnership stay up to date with what's happening as Integrated Care develops over the coming months and years.

If you would you like to get involved in a staff ambassador network, please include your work email address below so that we can contact you about opportunities to be involved.