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How community organising can help shape local health services

The East London Citizens Organisation (TELCO) welcomed the invitation to work with Newham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to identify priority issues that the Newham CCG Board will be considering as part of its 2019/2020 budget. This presented an opportunity for TELCO's 86 multi-faith, multi-cultural member institutions - boasting of a reach of over 100,000 people across East London - to look at the role that anchor institutions and local community leadership can play in shaping the commissioning process for health services.

Read the full blog to access the full report on how TELCO's partnership with Newham CCG lead to the first ever participatory budgeting exercise in the NHS.

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Posted on 8 Apr, 2019