Please see your weekly overview update on behalf of the Director of Adult and Community Wellbeing (DASS) and Director of Public Health (DPH).
NHS Capacity Tracker Window Opens today 8 November 2023
November ASC Provider Data Collection 08 Nov 2023
Information will be collected this month between Wednesday 8th November and Tuesday 14th November (inclusive). If you require any assistance with refreshing or updating your information, please just call the Support Centre on 0191 691 3729 (Mon-Fri 8am-5pm Excluding Bank Holidays) or send an email to email@example.com
- Provider Training Sessions are available here
- Ensure you have more than one user to update the system
The Support Centre team are available to provide help by calling 0191 691 3729 (Mon-Fri 8am-5pm (excl bank holidays) or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Domestic Abuse Partnership Board Communication
#ChangeTheStory webinars – White Ribbon UK
White Ribbon UK is hosting a series of webinars to mark how you can #ChangeTheStory for White Ribbon Day and beyond. Webinars will run throughout the 16 Days of activism against gender-based violence. Covering a wide range of topics, from ‘healthy expressions of masculinity’ to bystander intervention training, these online events will have something for everyone to learn how they can #ChangeTheStory for women and girls.
Token Man – Men’s role in tackling male violence against women and girls:
Monday 27th November 2023, 4pm-5pm (this is a FREE webinar)
Join a panel discussion exploring the role of men and corporates in preventing violence against women and girls. This event will be hosted by White Ribbon Ambassador Daniele Fiandaca, joined by Sal Naseem, Harriet Waley-Cohen and Steve Barnbrook.
To find out more about this webinar and to book your FREE space, please visit: Men’s Role in tackling male violence against women and girls Tickets, Mon 27 Nov 2023 at 16:00 | Eventbrite
#ChangeTheStory – Organisations working with White Ribbon:
Tuesday 28th November 2023, 12:30pm-1pm (this is a FREE webinar)
Find out how White Ribbon Accreditation can support positive culture change within your organisation and wider community. This discussion will be hosted by White Ribbon UK and feature panellists from White Ribbon partners Network Rail and Newcastle City Council.
To find out more about this webinar and to book your FREE space, please visit: #ChangeTheStory – Organisations Working with White Ribbon Tickets, Tue 28 Nov 2023 at 12:30 | Eventbrite
#ChangeTheStory – Healthy expressions of masculinity:
Wednesday 29th November 2023, 12:30pm-1:15pm (this is a FREE webinar)
Join White Ribbon UK, ANDYSMANCLUB, Luke’s Lads and Dr. Stephen Burrell to explore practical ways men can harness healthy expressions of masculinity to end violence against women and girls.
To find out more about this webinar and to book your FREE space, please visit: #ChangeTheStory – Healthy Expressions of Masculinity Webinar Tickets, Wed 29 Nov 2023 at 12:30 | Eventbrite
#ChangeTheStory – White Ribbon training taster session:
Friday 1st December 2023, 12:30pm-1pm (this is a FREE webinar)
Find out how White Ribbon training can support positive culture change and upskill staff within your organisation.
To find out more about this webinar and to book your FREE space, please visit: #ChangeTheStory – White Ribbon Training Taster Session Tickets, Fri 1 Dec 2023 at 12:30 | Eventbrite
#ChangeTheStory – Bystander intervention training:
Friday 8th December 2023, 12:30pm-1pm (this is a FREE webinar)
Join White Ribbon UK and the Suzy Lamplugh Trust to find out about the importance of bystander intervention in challenging harmful behaviours.
To find out more about this webinar and to book your FREE space, please visit: #ChangeTheStory – Bystander Intervention Training Tickets, Fri 8 Dec 2023 at 12:30 | Eventbrite
For more information about the webinars, please visit: White Ribbon Day 2023 Resources & Events — White Ribbon UK
For more useful information and resources about domestic abuse and safeguarding adults, please visit the NLSAB website www.northlincssab.co.uk
Please disseminate widely across your organisation.
Safeguarding Adults Board Communication
Movember Campaign 2023 – Mental health and cancer awareness campaign
Around the world, men are dying too young and largely from preventable reasons. This is why our Public Health team are working with partners to shine a spotlight on men’s health this Movember to help men live happier, healthier, and longer lives. So, whether you’re a Mo-Bro, Mo-Sister, or Mo-Pal, let’s unite for greater men’s health awareness and find out more about what is going on in North Lincolnshire to support awareness around key Movember topics of prostate and testicular cancer, and details of men’s local mental wellbeing support…
Cancer awareness sessions:
Our partners in health over at Humber and North Yorkshire Cancer Alliance are supporting Movember by offering FREE access to short online awareness sessions about prostate and testicular cancers for anyone living or working in Humber and North Yorkshire region (this includes North Lincolnshire residents).
A variety of session dates and times are available to attend online throughout November. To book, please visit: Movember – men’s cancer awareness Tickets, Multiple Dates | Eventbrite
If you have any queries or questions about this, please contact the Cancer Champions Team at: email@example.com
Men’s mental health and wellbeing support:
One of Movember’s key focus areas is to look at mental health through a male lens focusing on prevention, early intervention and health promotion, to work towards a world where men take action to be mentally well, and are supported by those around them to do so.
Our Public Health team have been busy collating together a handy directory focussed on areas that may impact upon men’s mental health and wellbeing, to provide a useful resource to draw upon for signposting and raising awareness of the local support out there that could be helpful for anyone to use and know about. For more information, please refer to the document attached in this email.
Free suicide prevention training:
The Humber and North Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership is offering suicide prevention training to key local community members such as barbers, hairdressers, tattooists, taxi drivers, hospitality workers and more.
For more information about the training and to book your free space, please visit: Suicide Prevention Training – Mind HEY – Hull & East Yorkshire Mind (heymind.org.uk)
Grow a Mo:
Our Public Health team are proudly joining in the fun of the Movember movement by growing, creating, designing and donning moustaches, and have produced a Movember video available on YouTube: North Lincolnshire Council supports Movember – YouTube
Don’t forget to share your Movember photos with us, and let us know you are taking part. Please email your pictures to: firstname.lastname@example.org with the details of your workplace and team name/area.
Further information and details:
Men’s mental wellbeing directory – attached in this email
For more useful information and resources about safeguarding adults, please visit the NLSAB website www.northlincssab.co.uk
Please disseminate widely across your organisation.
Performance Support Officer
Provider Development Team