Health and Wellbeing Board

Traffords Health and Wellbeing Board brings together elected Councillors, key commissioners, including representatives of Trafford Clinical Commissioning Group, the Director of Public Health, Children’s Services and Adult Social Services, a representative of HealthWatch and third sector representation.

The Health and Wellbeing Board connects Trafford into the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership, and oversees three thematic partnerships:

The Board oversees the Health and Social Care Locality Plan which will help develop a place based, partnership approach to health and social care in Trafford, and will encompass all aspects of wellbeing such as work and skills, housing, physical activity, and crime and offending.

Trafford Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2016-19

The Trafford Health and Wellbeing Board is determined to increase the number of years people spend in good health. This is measured by Healthy Life Expectancy (HLE). The variation across the borough for this indicator is greater than for life expectancy, and we have a 16 year inequality between our most affluent and most deprived communities.

To improve HLE, we are focussing on preventing poor health and on promoting wellbeing. We must address 'wider determinants' of health such as housing, transport, employment and the environment we live in. The Health and Wellbeing Board is ffocussed on our residents' journeys through life, taking a life course approach that reflects the public health needs of that age group.

We have five overarching health and wellbeing priorities:

  • To reduce the impact of poor mental health
  • To reduce physical inactivity
  • To reduce the number of people who smoke or use tobacco
  • To reduce harms from alcohol
  • To improve cancer prevention and screening

To deliver these priorities in partnership, we have established four sub boards:

  • Start Well Board (maternity, children and young people)
  • Live Well Board (19-64 years, including lifestyle and health improvement)
  • Age Well Board (65 years plus, including the impacts of falls, frailty, dementia and end of life care)
  • Mental Health Partnership (delivery of the new Mental Health Strategy for Trafford)

The membership of the sub boards is made up of statutory and voluntary organisations. The boards welcome representatives from voluntary and community groups to join; please contact Sarah Grant on the details below if you would like to attend.

The meeting dates for the sub boards are listed below:

  • Start Well Board - Friday 9th November 2018, Tuesday 8th January 2019
  • Live Well Board - Friday 16th November 2018, Wednesday 16th January 2019
  • Age Well Board - Thursday 6th December 2018

For more information on the Health and Wellbeing Board please contact Sarah Grant from the Partnerships and Communities Team on 0161 912 3881 or at sarah.grant@trafford.gov.uk

Membership of the Health and Wellbeing Board

Health and Wellbeing Membership 2014/15
 Member Position Organisation
Cllr Judith Lloyd (Chair)

Executive Member for Health and Wellbeing

Trafford Council
Andy Worthington Chair of the Strategic Sports and Physical Activity Partnership Strategic Sports and Physical Activity Partnership
Caroline Davidson Chief Executive Manchester Foundation Trust
Cathy Rooney Director of Safeguarding and Professional Development Trafford Council
Chris Daly Medical Director Greater Manchester West NHS Foundation Trust
Diane Eaton Director of Integrated Services Trafford Council
Eleanor Roaf Interim Director of Public Health Trafford Council
Emma Tilston Director of Finance Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust
Heather Fairfield Chair of HealthWatch HealthWatch Trafford
Cllr Jane Baugh Executive Member for Children's Services Trafford Council
Cllr Jane Brophy Councillor Trafford Council
Cllr Joanne Harding Executive Member for Adult Social Care Trafford Council
Cllr John Lamb Shadow Executive Member for Health and Wellbeing Trafford Council
Mandy Bailey Deputy Chief Executive   Manchester Foundation Trust
Dr Mark Jarvis Clinical Director for Quality and Performance Trafford Clinical Commissioning Group
Maureen Noble Joint Chair of the Children and Adults Safeguarding Board Safeguarding Adults and Children Boards
Paul Duggan Borough Commander Greater Manchester Fire & Rescue
Richard Spearing Integrated Network Director Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust
Sally Johnston (Deputy Chair)

Chair of Trafford CCG

Trafford Clinical Commissioning Group
Sara Radcliffe

Corporate Director for Commissioning

Trafford CCG / Trafford Council
Wayne Miller

Chief Superintendent

Greater Manchester Police
In Attendance
Becci Horton Mental Health Practitioner Trafford Housing Trust
Karen Ahmed Director of All Age Commissioning Trafford Council
Kerry Purnell Head of Partnerships and Communities Trafford Partnership
Cllr Michael Whetton Shadow Executive Member for Children's Services Trafford Council
Sarah Grant Senior Partnerships and Communities Officer Trafford Partnership
Cllr Stephen Anstee Shadow Executive Member for Adult Social Care Trafford Council

Key Documents

Public Health Report 2018

Live Well Board Minutes 26.9.18

Start Well Board Minutes 10.9.18

Live Well Board Minutes 3.7.18

Age Well Board Minutes 21.6.18

Mental Health Partnership Minutes 27.3.18

Start Well Board Terms of Reference

Live Well Board Terms of Reference

Age Well Board Terms of Reference

Mental Health Partnership Terms of Reference

Trafford's Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2016-19

Public Health Annual Report 

Your Health and lifestyle in Trafford 2017

Trafford Health and Social Care Locality Plan

Trafford Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy

Trafford Joint Strategic Needs Assessment

Trafford Health and Wellbeing Board's position statement on e-cigarettes

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