Our MSE Moments that Matter podcast, focuses on the benefits of joined-up working across the Integrated Care System (ICS); the impact this has on local people and the opportunities this presents in implementing new ways of working for better health outcomes.
Hosted by Claire Hankey, Director of Communications and Engagement, Mid and South Essex ICS, the themes discussed in each episode have been informed by those who work and volunteer in health and care across mid and south Essex, as the most important ‘moments that matter’ to them.
You can listen to the podcast by clicking the link below or by searching MSE Moments that Matter on your preferred podcast service.Listen to MSE Moments That Matter
Episode four: Narrowing the Gap in health and care inequalities
In our latest Moments that Matter podcast we’re discussing ‘Narrowing the Gap’ in health inequalities and how, as an Integrated Care System (ICS), we can create equity of access and reduce the barriers for all residents in mid and south Essex.
Our guest is Dr Obola Owolabi, Director National Healthcare Inequalities Improvement Programme, NHS England and General Practitioner in the Midlands.
Episode three: The power of prevention
In this episode, we’re discussing how we can move to a more preventative approach by empowering residents and health and care professionals.
Our guests are Alison Ansell, Director of Adult Social Care in Mid Essex, Essex County Council and Dr Pete Scolding, Assistant Medical Director, Mid and South Essex Integrated Care System.
Episode two: How to develop resilience strategies
In this episode we focus on resilience and how we can develop strategies to cope with the things that life throws at us.
Episode one: Driving real change across mid and south Essex
In this episode we look at how we can drive real change to improve outcomes for our local population.
Our guests are Tracy Harris, Head of Communities at Southend City Council and Ruth Dale, Chief Changemaker at Behaviour Change Marketing and Founder of Bootcamp.