11th May 2021, 2:00pm to 4:00pm
During Mental Health Awareness Week (10-16 May), BCHFT will be hosting a free webinar, where they will be focusing on nature and the benefits it can have on mental wellbeing.
The webinar will give people the opportunity to connect with others and share their own experiences with nature. During the session, we will be sharing wellbeing tips and support available to people living in the Black Country.
We would like to invite you to join them online via Zoom – link will be sent to you once you have registered your interest on Eventbrite.
Places are limited, so register your interest today at https://natureandyourmentalhealth.eventbrite.co.uk. Once registered, you will receive an email with further details.
We hope you, your colleagues, family and friends are able to join us.
13th May 2021, 1:00pm to 4:30pm
Attitudes to death and dying in the Black Country and West Birmingham will be the focus of a virtual event on 13 May as public services workers, the community and
the voluntary sector and the general public gather to share ideas about how we can be more open about the end of life and how that can help us all prepare.
Many people are reluctant to hold conversations with their loved ones about their preferences about end of life care, funeral and financial planning. The event will discuss how families, employers and communities as a whole can remove the stigma from talking about death and dying and make a difference for the people we care about.
18th May 2021, 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Sign up today on our Eventbrite link to join us and talk about Primary Care/General Practice across the Black Country and West Birmingham.
As we start to get back to life in the new normal, and your GP surgery returns to business as usual, we want to begin a dialogue and conversation with local patients around the restoration and transformation of primary care going forward.
Do you want to know how we're recruiting the next wave of GP's? Or perhaps you want to know how we're improving access to appointments? Then join us on 18 May to have your questions answered by our panel:
We will only have time to answer seven/eight questions on the day as we want to devote time to discussion around the answers, but all questions will receive a response. We will not have time to answer questions about individual concerns or complaints, so please frame your question appropriately.
We will also encourage you to ask your question directly to the panel, so the Chair may bring you in on the day. Submit your questions when you sign up.
Click on the link to sign up: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/black-country-and-west-birmingham-question-time-general-practice-tickets-153009478469
13th July 2021, 1:00pm to 5:00pm
The Black Country and West Birmingham CCG Governing Body is committed to openness and transparency, and conducts as much of its business as possible in a session that members of the public are welcome to attend and observe, subject to available space. The current pandemic has meant that our meetings are held virtually so we will be live streaming the meeting. Please email email@example.com for details of joining instructions.
The Board meeting, although held in public, is not a public meeting and as such, there is no opportunity for the public to speak during the meeting. There is an item on the agenda to discuss questions from the public and members of the public are welcome to submit any questions they may have to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions must be received by 5:00 PM on the day before the meeting, where possible a response to the question will be given at the meeting and a written response to all questions will be provided and included with the minutes from the meeting.
The Board also holds meetings in closed session where confidential items of business are discussed.
Papers will be available closer to the date of the meeting, and Papers from previous meetings are available in the Publications section.