Enhancing Sexual Health and Contraceptive Services via Scrutiny Bristol
The Centre for Public Scrutiny (CfPS) has been funded by MSD to undertake a national project to develop the role of scrutiny in the provision of sexual and reproductive health services. The purpose of the project is to promote scrutiny of sexual health services, leading to improved public health outcomes for service users.
As part of the project the CfPS have undertaken two local ‘inquiry days’ and a national round table. The outcomes of these events have informed the development of a national learning resource in the form of a ‘Ten questions to ask …’ guide.
The CfPS would like to invite you to attend a free half-day workshop which will focus on the commissioning, delivery and scrutiny of sexual health, reproductive health and contraceptive services. These workshops will be based on the learnings from the inquiry days and round table and will introduce participants to the ‘Ten questions to ask …guide’. If you unable to attend, please pass this invitation to an appropriate colleague.
Who should attend:
- Local authority commissioners
- Directors of Public Health
- NHS and other services providers
- Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee chairs
- Officers supporting health overview and scrutiny
- Health and Wellbeing Board chairs
- Local Healthwatch
- CCG lay members