Wave three

The co-production events and our recent visits to community network panel and GP locality groups have really helped increase our understanding of each local communities’ strengths, needs and wishes.
The aim of the third wave is to:

  1. Share the lessons we learned during and since Wave 2;
  2. Update participants on the production of linked datasets;
  3. Share the preferred method for calculating travel time; and
  4. Seek views on the local Urgent Treatment Centre service specification that was drafted using the information people had shared previously; the approach being taken to review existing sites; and the assessment criteria on which to determine the potential number and location of urgent treatment centres.

As such, these events build on information gleaned during and since Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly Health and Care Partnership’s previous coproduction workshops held in July and September to further develop the options for new place-based models of health and care across Cornwall and Isles of Scilly that have started to emerge.

Due to the severe weather we recently experienced in Cornwall and Isles of Scilly several events have had to be rescheduled. Consequently, the third wave of coproduction has been extended to the end of April.

We would encourage anyone who would like to comment on this work even while it is still in progress to do so by emailing us at shapingourfuture.cios@nhs.net.

The reports from the local area workshops are below: