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Connecting partnerships: a framework for supporting leadership, effective management and service innovations across health and social care partnerships

A framework is provided for the Joint Improvement Team (JIT) Connecting Partnership Programme. The (JIT) was established in 2005 to work directly with health and social care partnerships to accelerate the pace of improvements to ensure better outcomes for service users and carers. The JIT is sponsored by the Scottish Executive, the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (CoSLA), and NHS Scotland and aims to help partnerships work towards both national and local improvement targets. The JIT Connecting Partnership Programme provides an opportunity to provide additional support and advice to Partnerships involved with the JIT Intensive Support Programme by developing a more structured link with one or more other Partnerships. It provides an approach to facilitate effective sharing of experience, skills and good practice It will also provide mentoring and ‘peer support’ to individuals. The Programme involves identification of key objectives based on the joint action plan between the JIT and the Partnership,

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Key Information

Type of Reference
Govdoc
Publisher
Scotland. scottish executive
Resource Database
Social care online
Publication Year
2006
Start Page
5p.