Creating opportunities to evaluate our work and share learning
In Bradford district and Craven we are committed to reducing inequalities, and to achieve this we need to develop a clearer understanding of ‘what works’. We want our work on reducing inequalities to be intelligence and evidence led. A key function of the Alliance is to create the time and space to share learning with our partners, so that we can do this together.
The purpose of this workstream is to facilitate the capture and share insight across our place. Our initial areas of focus are:
The Reducing Inequalities in Communities (RIC) programme was established in 2019 as a focussed programme of work to tackle health inequalities in central Bradford. As we approach the final year of the programme, we are developing our plans for sharing the learning from this work.
The Reducing Inequalities Alliance Network has been holding a number of ‘deep dive’ sessions. The purpose of these sessions is to bring key system partners together to explore specific topics in order to develop future plans and/or overcome barriers.
Recent sessions have focussed on supporting our priority programmes leads to develop their plans and have included topics such as Serious Mental Illness and Children and Young People.