We have now launched our brand new website. Along with a complete refresh of the design and layout, we also have a new publications section, updated profiles of our members and a journal, where you can keep updated on the activity and thoughts of the Richmond Group. We also have a new contact us page, through which you can direct any comments and questions.
Together with a wide range of other organisations from the health and care sector, the Richmond Group decided to log their concerns about the planned cuts to the already very small public health budget announced recently.
This is the letter that was published in the Times:
The Smith Institute has published a collection of essays responding to the Five Year Forward View . Included in this is a contribution from Charlotte Augst, Richmond Group Partnerships Manager, which aims to address some of the barriers to progress by reframing how we should think and talk about the prevention challenge.
Jo Maybin from the Kings Fund has worked with the Richmond Group on our latest publication Vital Signs, our assessment of the state of health and social care from the perspective of the people we represent.
The Richmond Group were invited by the Local Government Association to contribute to a collection of essays reflecting on the decision to further devolve health and care commissioning and provision to Manchester local authorities.