We asked for your views on our draft Barnet Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy: 2021-2025. Specifically, we asked for your views on:
We received 72 responses to the consultation questionnaire. The feedback from the consultation was positive with the majority of respondents in agreement with the proposed vision, guiding principles and key areas.
Four fifths (79%) of respondents agreed with our vision for health and wellbeing (39% strongly agree and 40% tend to agree). The majority of respondents agreed with the guiding principles (between 72% and 88%).
The majority of respondents agree with the key areas (between 91% and 85%).The highest level of agreement was for creating a healthier places and resilient communities which 91% of respondents agreed with (53% strongly agreed and 38% tend to agree). The second highest agreement was for starting, living and ageing well which 89% of respondents agreed with (62% strongly and 27% tend to agree). This was the highest strongly agree of the three key areas. Ensuring delivery of coordinated holistic care when we need it received the lowest level of agreement with 85% agreeing (49% strongly agree and 36% tend to agree).
The full report of the consultation findings is available here.
From the consultation there were some suggestions on changes to the strategy document which produced a series of recommendations from the findings. These recommendations have been included in the drafting of the strategy.
The final version of the Barnet Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy was approved by the Health and Wellbeing Board on the 15 July 2021. The strategy document is available here.
We would like to thank everyone who responded and engaged with the process. During the implementation process, there will be further opportunity to help us deliver the Strategy together.
Consultation has concluded