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Our South West London Integrated Care Partnership Strategy (2023 to 2028) is the result of conversations with health and care partners and communities across South West London.
It explains the journey we have been on to understand each other’s challenges, review the data, the evidence and health needs, as well as considering the views and concerns of local people across our six borough places.
The strategy – which will be updated every year – describes how we will work together to improve the health and wellbeing of our residents through the following priority areas:
- tackling and reducing health inequalities
- preventing ill-health, promote self-care, and support people to manage their long-term conditions
- supporting the health and care needs of children and young people
- a positive focus on mental well-being
- support for older and frail people in the community
It also explains the partnership commitments that we have made across key cross-cutting themes:
- equality, diversity and inclusion
- championing the green agenda
- elevating patient, carers and community voices
In assessing the needs of our population and determining priorities we have listened to our local public health experts, Integrated Care Partnership Board members, South West London system leaders, and local communities.
In addition, we have reviewed existing joint strategic needs assessments, Health and Wellbeing Board strategies and health outcomes and considered the wider determinants of health.
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