Discussions and conversations will continue to be ongoing as we refine thoughts and set out what we want to achieve for each strategic objective, how that will be measured and what needs to be done to achieve it.
The aim is to take a final proposal to our board in December.
Advisory Council to discuss and identify the local role in delivering the strategic objectives, particularly those relating to achieving a dynamic, sustainable and responsive sector.
Board meeting to consider progress to date and views of the Advisory Council
Draft plan to be presented to staff and work to begin to flesh out the workstreams that will be needed
||Tracey Bleakley presentation at the 2016 conference
|December 2016 to January 2017
Board sign-off of strategic plan and workstream framework
Business plan development
||Launch of new strategy
What background reading would be useful?
The final report from the 'Commission into the Future of Hospice Care’ is still very much relevant and provides the backdrop of all our work currently and the evidence for our strategy moving forward.
The ‘Ambitions’ framework is important as it sets out the six national priorities in England for local action to improve palliative and end of life care.
How can I be involved?
Your feedback and comments continue to be very important as we seek to finalise our strategy by the end of the year. Any comments or feedback can be sent to Rowena Lovell, director of strategy and governance.