New Relationships with Citizens: Critical evaluation of three localities within Greater Manchester
Creative evaluation to follow, capture and draw learning from the experiences of people across Bury, Oldham and Stockport.
- Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership
- November 2019 - March 2020
- Stakeholder engagement, storytelling and reflections
What have we been asked to do?
The Person Centred and Community Approaches team (PCCA) within the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership have been supporting the ten Localities of Greater Manchester to adopt new behaviours and practices. We have been asked to deliver a reflective evaluation to follow, capture and draw learning from the experiences of three localities. (Bury, Oldham and Stockport). The three chosen localities are all at different stages of development and maturity.
What are we doing?
Within each locality, we have scoped out and built relationships with key staff from community level to system leadership roles, to gather insights into how they are power sharing with the community. We are also creating a series of online blogs to describe how the work has progressed and we will showcase the key findings in a final e-report.
Key work to date:
As well as the e-report, we will share the findings from this critical reflection with key stakeholders through a large community event. Having one showcase event will enable the localities to share their approaches and experiences with each other and all participants can collaborate to create an action plan which looks to the future and seeks to catalyse further change.