Oxfordshire Health & Wellbeing Board - Thursday, 19 March 2020 2.00 pm, CANCELLED

Venue: Jubilee House, 5510 John Smith Drive, Oxford Business Park, Oxford OX4 2LH

Contact: Colm Ó Caomhánaigh, Tel 07393 001096  Email:

Note: Meeting cancelled. This is in order to release capacity of essential staff to concentrate on delivering core functions. 

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Welcome by Chairman, Councillor Ian Hudspeth


Apologies for Absence and Temporary Appointments


Declarations of Interest - see guidance note opposite


Petitions and Public Address


Note of Decisions of Last Meeting pdf icon PDF 397 KB

To approve the Note of Decisions of the meeting held on 30 January 2020 and to receive information arising from them.


Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) pdf icon PDF 367 KB



To publish the updated and revised JSNA and discuss the content.


The full 324-page report will be published as an addendum to the Agenda Pack.




1.    The members of the Health and Wellbeing Board are asked to note the content of the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment for 2020 and encourage widespread use of this information in planning, evaluating and developing services across the County.


2.    Member organisations are encouraged to contribute information and intelligence to further the development of the JSNA (through the Steering Group) and to participate in making information more accessible to everyone.


Additional documents:


Ward profile for Banbury Ruscote pdf icon PDF 2 MB



To highlight local health inequalities and build on work to tackle them.




The members of the Health and Wellbeing Board are asked to

·         Comment on this concept for Ward Profiles, using this document as a prototype


·         Participate in the ongoing work to highlight the needs and assets of local communities in Banbury Ruscote and the other 9 most deprived areas of Oxfordshire.



Feedback from the Health & Wellbeing Board and Growth Board Networking Event pdf icon PDF 238 KB



A networking event was held between members of the Health & Wellbeing Board and members of the Growth Board on 5 February 2020.  The purpose of this event was to provide an informal opportunity for system leaders to discuss areas of common interest and to consider how they might work together to address such issues.


It is recommended that:


1.    the Health & Wellbeing Board asks officers to consider and propose a few specific priorities that should be the focus of joint working between members of both Boards for agreement at a future meeting of the Health & Wellbeing Board and of the Growth Board


2.    A second networking event is held in the autumn of 2020 between members of the Health & Wellbeing Board and members of the Growth Board to progress action in these identified areas.



SEND update pdf icon PDF 199 KB



To update the Board on the recent inspection.


Additional documents:


Healthwatch report pdf icon PDF 202 KB



To receive an update from Healthwatch.



Performance report and updates from partnership boards pdf icon PDF 211 KB



To monitor progress on agreed outcome measures and to receive updates from partnership boards including details of performance issues rated red or amber in the performance report.


Reports from:

·         Better Care Fund Joint Management Group

·         Adults with Support and Care needs Joint Management Group

·         Health Improvement Board


The Children’s Trust Board has not met since the last Health and Wellbeing Board meeting.


Additional documents: