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Fife Health and Social Care Integration Joint Board

You can find out about when our Fife Health and Social Care Integration Joint Board Meetings are being held by visiting www.fife.gov.uk

How to participate in and engage with Fife Health and Social Care Partnership

At Fife Health and Social Care Partnership, we aim to build services around people's needs and aspirations and work with individuals and communities to build up their resilience so that the people of Fife are supported to live healthy independent lives.  That means that we need to understand what it feels like for people who use our services and what challenges they face when using them.

In Fife, we are committed to ensure that people of Fife can engage in a number of ways with the Partnership.  To find out more you can follow the hyperlink to read our Participation and Engagement Strategy.

Integration Joint Board's Statutory Duty to Engage

What do we mean by Participation?

We use the term participation not simply to mean ‘taking part’ or ‘being present’ but as having some influence over decisions and actions.  So before completing this request, please consider whether stakeholders you choose to engage with eg public, those who use services, patients, staffing groups across Health & Social Care and our partners, including the third and independent sectors, will have some influence over the decisions and actions resulting from this engagement.

Fife Health and Social Care Partnership Participation and Engagement Operating Model

Through our participation and engagement operating model, the participation and engagement team will help and support you to utilise the national guidance for consultation and community engagement activity.  This guidance underpins all planning and engagement processes and activities.

Live Health and Social Care Consultations

We have a range of consultations currently live and we invite you to get involved so that we can hear your views:  www.fife.gov.uk/
consultations

Completed Health and Social Care Consultations

View the findings from our completed consultations by clicking on the links below:

Dementia Review Strategy

Participation and Engagement feedback responses to planning and designing a strategy that meets the needs of people living with Dementia and their families, carers and communities.

National Care Service

Fife Health & Social Care Partnership workshop responses to the Scottish Government on the proposed National Care Service Consultation.

Advocacy Strategy 2023-2026

Commissioning Strategy 2023-2026

Getting it Right for Everyone (GIRFE) - Phase 1

Home First Strategy

Primary Care Strategy 2023-2026

Participation & Engagement Feedback Reports

Alcohol and Drug Partnership Engagement Report