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Transitional Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy

People reading and signing a contract

The Health and Wellbeing Board has agreed its first transitional Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy combined with the Norfolk and Waveney Integrated Care Strategy.

The strategy is an important high level framework for the system. It has four themes:

  • Driving integration
  • Prioritising prevention
  • Addressing inequalities
  • Enabling resilient communities

It sets out the challenges and opportunities which can best be overseen by the Integrated Care System and looks beyond traditional organisational boundaries at complex, long-term issues which need collaborative approaches to succeed.

The strategy is designed to influence the strategies in our Health and Care system, including the Integrated Care Board 5-year Joint Forward Plan as well as Place Boards and Health and Wellbeing Partnerships.

At the time of publishing (November 2022), there is further guidance awaited, so for this reason it is a transitional strategy. We will work through and with partners in the system to develop and refine the strategy, and agree actions and measures.

View the Transitional Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2022-23 (PDF) [3MB]