Welcome to our year in review 2021-22
Our transformation programmes focus on the priority areas for the Bradford District and Craven Health and Care Partnership where we demonstrate our Act as One ethos, working together to meet the needs of our communities and our people (our workforce). Our year in review shares the work of our eight transformation programmes that cover services provided from pre-conception through to later life. Using an easy to follow format you can see the progress made by each programme, what we have done, what we have learned and what we are going to focus on in 2022–2023.
Our health and care partnership has a relentless focus on tackling inequalities and our programmes have an important contribution to make to achieve this. For the coming year we will work closely with a number of partners and system wide programmes such as Reducing Inequalities in Communities (RIC), community partnerships, Living Well and the Inequalities Alliance to steer us on those areas that can have the greatest impact to reduce health inequalities. We will be using NHS England’s Core20PLUS5 approach to ensure we place our emphasis in the right places for the greatest impact. We plan for our programmes to focus on those living in our most economically challenged communities (we refer to this as our most deprived quintile) and two focused inclusion groups – gypsy and traveller populations and refugees and asylum seekers.
A poem highlighting our key events and achievements
Local poet Haris Ahmed has produced this short poem to highlight the key events and achievements that shaped our health and care partnership’s system transformation programmes during 2021-2022. As we gear up for Bradford City of Culture 2025, it’s a creative approach to sharing the successes of the work we do by working with brilliant talent from our place.