Archives for April 24th, 2006

E-LOCAL STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP PROJECT

Abstracts, PublicNet: 24 April, 2006

This report, prepared by Hampshire County Council, acting as the lead authority for the South East region group of councils, outlines a model system for local strategic partnerships to share data. The model includes project documents such as those setting outcomes, targets, milestones, and deliverables. It also covers performance indicators, and performance against milestones and core data sets at small area levels making it possible to prepare analyses at levels below district.A model support site has been developed to prototype ideas for mutual support of LSPs. It will work with the Government Office for the South East to establish whether this could be implemented on their website or an equivalent regional website. The project will engage with LSPs to establish initial networking.

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GUIDE TO HOW TO REWARD USERS’ ROLE IN SERVICE IMPROVEMENT

Headlines, PublicNet: 24 April, 2006

A new guide has been produced to explain how patients involved in improving care services should be paid or have their expenses reimbursed. The Reward and Recognition guide has been developed jointly by the Department of Health and the Care Services Improvement PartnershipLiam Byrne, the Minister for Care Services, said that each year hundreds of people contributed their time and expertise to help improve health and social care services. Those who were involved, he said, should be reimbursed their expenses and there might also be circumstances when volunteers deserved to be paid for their contribution.

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GOVERNMENT TO ENCOURAGE SUPPLEMENTARY SCHOOLS

Headlines, PublicNet: 24 April, 2006

The Government wants to encourage schools and education authorities to make premises available at little or no cost to supplementary schools, which it believes may have an important role in extending school hours. Supplementary schools, work with pupils outside normal classes and deal a range of work, including teaching languages and cultural heritage as well as providing inspirational role models to pupils.The Schools Minister, Andrew Adonis, has pledged Government support for the development of more and better supplementary schools, especially through the extended school and specialist school programmes.

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