Please welcome our new Finance Manager The VCS Alliance has a new team member, Chris Elliot. Chris is joining us from 1st August and will be The VCS Alliance new Finance Manager. Chris has spent many years supporting VCS organisations
The VCS Alliance is going through a process of streamlining internal procedures to make things simpler for both us and our delivery partners. From this point on all invoices being submitted to The VCS Alliance should be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Survey and Focus Group participants wanted by the Bradford Inequalities Research Unit The RIC programme has commissioned the Bradford Inequalities Research Unit (BIRU) to support the design and delivery of the RIC Programme. The BIRU is a collaboration between Born
We want to celebrate those teams made up of people from different sectors and organisations who are already bringing ‘Act as One’ to life in the way we think, behave and act across our teams and organisations.
This will be a brilliant opportunity to show how you and your colleagues have demonstrated how we Act as One across Bradford District and Craven.
NIHR YH-PSTRC Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement Command Centre (PPIE) This project entitled “Evaluating the safety and patient impact of an Artificial Intelligence Command Centre in the UK National Health Service” is looking to partner with patients and the
Read our first set of reports from your PCH Representatives.
Find out more about Primary Care Home (PCH) Communities in Bradford, and how we’re managing VCS Representation on the Leadership Teams. Primary Care Home (PCH) Community Leadership Teams
Bradford VCS Alliance (BVCSA) is a newly formed organisation, specifically developed to support the VCS engage with Health and Social Care commissioning in Bradford and District; moreover we will be expected to engage with our two local Accountable Care Systems
Due to the weather predictions this week, we’ve decided to postpone the Provider Community Workshops in Keighley and Bradford this week. We’ll send out new dates very soon.
BVCSA has managed to secure a small amount of money (£10k) to enable local community groups to deliver simple health literacy messages about where is the right place to go to access appropriate healthcare. BVCSA will be running a Small Grants fund