BOARD MEETING 29 September 2016 Chief Executive's Report

BOARD MEETING 29 September 2016 Chief Executive's Report

BOARD MEETING 24 May 2018 Chief Executives Report Liz Romaniak, Interim Chief Executive Purpose of this Report: To update Board members on national, regional and local issues, announcements relating to mental health, learning disability and community health services, and Chief Executive level discussions within the local health economy. Recommendations That the Board: Notes the content of the Chief Executives report Previous meetings/committees where the report has been considered: Executive Management Team Risk issues identified for discussion: Board members will want to identify any risks emerging from the content of the paper, and how new issues and challenges across the NHS might affect BDCFT. Any emerging issues may be taken forward through individual discussions with Directors outside Board meetings or suggesting a future paper to the Board or its Committees. Links to Strategic Drivers This report underpins all four of the strategic drivers. Links to principal risks There are no specific risk issues identified. Publication under Freedom of Information Act: This paper has been made available under the FOI Act. CQC outcomes This paper provides assurance in relation to the well-led framework. CEO News- what you need to know Trust News Brent Kilmurray has been appointed as Chief Executive for the Trust following the retirement of Nicola Lees. Brent is Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Chief Executive for Tees, Esk and Wear Valley NHS Foundation Trust and will take up the position in August. Further details here New Governors The Trusts new Governors began their terms of office on Tuesday 1 May. Read here New volunteer Trust Hospital Managers. Volunteers were being sought to ensure the rights of people detained under the Mental Health Act were protected. Read more here Accreditation celebration The Trusts Health Visiting and Family Nurse Partnership services were celebrating following re-accreditation with the national UNICEF Baby Friendly Initiative. Read more here about the excellent practice. Celebrations for Nurses across the district. A celebration of compassionate care event took place on 4 May at the Mercure Bradford Bankfield Hotel. The Falls Prevention Team were amongst those recognised. Read the full report here MyWellbeing College to help beat stress with free courses . Six week courses will be offered to help people spot the early signs and manage stress. Read more here Moving to Good (North) Programme 2018/19 The Trust has been allocated a place on NHS Improvements Moving To Good Programme which is designed to support Trusts to achieve a good rating at their next CQC inspection. Local News WYH Health and Care Partnership The Next Steps to Better Health and Care for Everyone document describes the progress made since the publication of the initial plan in 2016. Read here for further details and in particular page 30 in respect of Mental Health. Also find MH on Page 14 in the easy read document here New Committee brings together Mental Health providers across West Yorkshire Committees in Common. Read more here Airedale NHS Foundation Trust Airedale NHS Foundation have appointed Brendan

Brown as Chief Executive . He was previously Chief Nurse and Deputy CE) of Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS FT. Read full details here Dr Alan Hart-Thomas and Mr David Crampsey have been appointed as Deputy Medical Directors at the Trust . Read more here Bradford Teaching Hospitals A new CT scanner has been installed at the BRI. Read full details here The Born in Bradford project has reached a major milestone with the testing of its 10.000 th child. Read more here Bradford Metropolitan District Council Backing Bradford District Issue 10 April and further news from Bradford Council. No April report issued due to Purdah National News New on DHSC/NHS England Website Read the updates here Social Care Institute for Excellence Growing older with learning disabilities guidance. Read here NHS England More doctors and health care professionals urged to sign up to a national pledge to stop overmedication for people with a learning disability, autism or both. Read more here See the video of the NHS England Board meeting held on 29 March 2018. Access here Patients to get the green light for smarter choices for waiting times at hospitals. Read more here Tweet from the Kings Fund The King's Fund (@TheKingsFund) tweeted at 7:40 pm on Tue, May 15, 2018: 'We can see that black people have repeatedly experienced worse treatment by the [mental health services] system than other ethnic groups.' Blog by @MandipRandhawa7 #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek Gov.UK Read the Independent Review of the Mental Health Act: Interim report here NHSI An interactive guide on making data count suitable for those working at all levels in the NHS. Read more here External Media Report -April 2018 To support the two-year marketing and communications strategy (2017-2019) we are continuing to focus on the same targets but for year two, with one minor amendment: aiming for an annual target for local media coverage, that still equates to an average of 42 pieces a month, to reflect peaks and troughs in operational activity that media activity supports. This month the Trust has achieved one piece of national media coverage in HSJ for the appointment of the new Chief Executive. Local media coverage this month is high and includes a BCB radio interview with Janette Williams, team lead for community health services, about free weight loss groups. The new Chief Executive appointment and Nursing Celebration event both generated extensive coverage. Social media engagement is also high across both Facebook and Twitter. Objective Monthly target Annual target 0 42 average per month 0

5 0 8 Local media Regional features National coverage Bounce rate Twitter engagement May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Average Cumulative 78 78 78 0 1 1 55% 55% 600 (680 with campaign in month) 0 748 748 748 680 0 848 848 848 HSJ Facebook engagement 62%

April April coverage: Board meeting - Craven Herald, Ilkley Gazette, Telegraph and Argus. Depression in older people members event - Telegraph and Argus, Ilkley Gazette, Craven Herald. Governor elections - Ilkley Gazette, Wharfedale Observer, Craven Herald, Keighley News, Telegraph and Argus. Childrens services UNICEF reaccreditation - Keighley News, Wharfedale Observer, Ilkley Gazette, Craven Herald, Telegraph and Argus. New Chief Executive - Keighley News (x2), Wharfedale Observer (x2), Ilkley Gazette (x2), Craven Herald (x2), Telegraph and Argus (x2), HSJ. Nursing Celebration event - Keighley News (x2), Wharfedale Observer (x2), Ilkley Gazette (x2), Craven Herald (x2), Telegraph and Argus (x2). Volunteer mental health act hospital managers - Keighley News, Wharfedale Observer, Ilkley Gazette, Craven Herald, Telegraph and Argus. Weight loss groups - Keighley News, Wharfedale Observer, Ilkley Gazette, Craven Herald, Telegraph and Argus and BCB radio. Youre a Star Awards 2018 - Keighley News, Wharfedale Observer, Ilkley Gazette, Craven Herald, Telegraph and Argus. External communications focus Q1 (April 2018 - June 2018) YASA (Jan - July) Year end comms to members (mid-May) Development of MyWellbeing College guided self help (end June TBC) Board meetings (on-going) O t h e r N e w s - F o r Yo u r I n f o r m a t i o n Local News Two Trust Projects shortlisted for Health Service Journal awards. Work to improve discharge planning on our acute mental health wards has been shortlisted for the product or innovation public category in this years Health Service Journal Patient Safety Awards. Our Childrens services have also been shortlisted for a Value Award for work to redesign services within Bradford and Airedale . Read more here Popular free weight loss groups return. Healthier lives encouraged. Read more here National News NHS England Heart patients to benefit from innovative software . Read more here NHS call for nominations to mark Windrush 70th anniversary awards. Read more here The Kings Fund How does the UK compare to other countries on health spending. Read the full report here National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) A new guide has been published to encourage greater integration with community pharmacy to improve patients health. Read more here The Kings Fund Integrated Care Bulletin Read here

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