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Primary Care Joint Commissioning Committee Questions

Date: 16 Feb 2017

Category: Joint Committee Meeting

Members of the public ask questions during the Bristol CCG Primary Care Joint Commissioning Committee meetings, when these questions are not answered during the meeting, we answer these directly and publish them on our website.

Bristol CCG information: documents

Date: 13 Jan 2017

Category: Commissioning

This information includes the Bristol health profile, our team structure, governance structure and committee terms of references.

Young people's emotional health: documents

Date: 15 Dec 2016

Category: Your Health and Local Services

The latest documents about children and young people's emotional health services in Bristol, including the Emotional Health Directory of Services for Children and Young People, transformation plan and latest newsletters.

Transforming Care Partnership Plan

Date: 01 Dec 2016

Category: Commissioning

The Bristol, BaNES, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Transforming Care Partnership (TCP) Plan sets out our aims to improve life opportunities for children, young people and adults with a learning disability and/or autism.

Equality Impact Assessments (EIA)

Date: 30 Nov 2016

Category: Governance

Equality impact assessments (EIA) help us assess the likely (or actual) effects of our policies on people in respect of disability, gender,including gender identity, and racial equality

Risk management and serious incidents

Date: 11 Nov 2016

Category: Policies

This includes policies and strategy for risk management, civil emergency human resources planning, reporting and learning from serious incidents and raising concerns policy and procedure.

INNF Interventions not normally funded: documents

Date: 19 Sep 2016

Category: Commissioning

The INNF list includes treatments, drugs or operations that are not routinely funded as they provide only limited benefit. It also includes unusual or uncommon treatments.