Integrated Care Partnership Update

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Greater Manchester Integrated Care
Greater Manchester Integrated Care

Among the articles in this edition are :- How we’ll address our key priorities – draft Operational Plan 2024/25 agreed The 2024/25 plan (of which the final version will be signed off in May*) will help us as we look to create an NHS that is fit for the future for all Greater Manchester residents, families and communities and supports our top priority of improving people’s health and wellbeing. Launch of the national childhood immunisations campaign Although this is a national campaign there is some targeted work taking place in Greater Manchester because of particularly low uptake. New suicide awareness training launched to support autistic people in Greater Manchester There can be a variety of contributory factors that increase suicide risk for autistic people. The aim of this training is to give people the confidence and skills to talk to an autistic person they believe may be thinking of suicide. Start for Life: if they could tell you Looking, listening, and warmly responding to a baby makes a big difference. To interpret cues and build strong connections with a baby, parents and carers can mirror a baby’s reactions, comfort them, play face-to-face and let them take breaks when they need it. Relaunch of the GM Intelligence Hub The GM Intelligence Hub is a single front door for organisations across Greater Manchester, providing access to data that supports better health care outcomes. The Intelligence Hub may also be known to you as Curator/Tableau. Celebrate International Day of the Midwife and International Nurses Day and take part in parkrun There are lots of ways to take part – you can walk, jog or run a parkrun course, volunteer to support an event or go along to cheer on colleagues. Free access to the Anya app to support infant feeding The app allows women/birthing people to use a suite of 3D animations to help them successfully breastfeed their child. Get your blood pressure checked We are advising everyone in Greater Manchester, aged 40 and over, to get a free blood pressure check at their local participating pharmacy, without needing to book in advance.

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