Current – indications of our members’ current activities and representations
Over 70 people have joined NESCHA and each has brought personal experiences, as a patient, a person who uses services or as a carer, and, based on these experiences, involvement in numerous networks, committees and so on – some examples set out below:
Professional experience social work, including social work management, nurses [ general, surgical and mental health] including Ward sisters, military, business and accountancy.
Qualifications various PhD and Masters, including Social Research, various nursing, social work qualifications, as well as accountancy, engineering,
numerous short courses and training related to the sector, including safeguarding, dementia, Enter and View , Mental Capacity Act, and many more
Past Experience and activities [ some ongoing] include the following :
Hartlepool Carers – Chair
Hartlepool Young Carers – Chair
Hartlepool Development Agency – Board member
Hartlepool Community Network
Hartlepool Borough Council Dignity Champions
Hartlepool B.C. Transport Champions
North Tees & Hartlepool Trust Quality Standards Comm.
Strategic Health Authority – Patients Safer Care
Strategic Health Authority – Suicide Prevention Regional Committee
North East Ambulance Trust – Committee member
Skills for Care – North East – Regional Committee Member
Skills for Care – North East – Executive Committee Member
Tees Valley Alliance – Chair
Newcastle Safer Care North East – Members
Patient Safety Action team – Members
SCNE programme participants
Leaflet Design pathway from Hospital to home or a care /nursing Home, recording/scoring journey of care
PEAT (Patient Environment Action Team) Audits of Primary Care Hospitals
Redcar GP pathfinder Consortium – members of Clinical Council
Links – members and have carried out a range of enter and views, reporting findings
LINks – received Enter & View Training
Safeguarding Adults training
Interesting interview with Sir David Behan - looking back on how the CQC has changed since he took over
This report is excellent and says so much that we in NESCHA have been saying for so long - why cant older people be treated consistently across the country with the best practice that so many workers and organisations can provide?
A great resource that has been co-produced and in a wider partnership including Trusts in the NE
Recently published and received by NESCHA as we are now Members of VONNE
Our Conference on 6th March was a great success attended by some 90 people.
If you have issues in social care, health or participation that you would like to discuss please call us.