Our Structure 

Our governance 

NATH is accountable to both Health Education England (HEE) and the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Integrated Care Board (ICB).  
We report on our progress and key performance indicators on a regular basis to our commissioners and key stakeholders.  
We have a NATH Board that is responsible for the NATH Strategy and holding the NATH Operations Team to account. We are hosted by NEMS CBS Ltd and our entire work is conducted on a not-for-profit basis. 
Nottinghamshire Alliance Training Hub (NATH) reports into (i) Health Education England Primary Care School (Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire), (ii) People Culture & Inclusion Collaborative, and (iii) People Planning & Transformation Group. (ii) and (iii) report into the People & Culture Board, which feeds into Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Integrated Care Board (ICB)
The grey lines represent governance / reporting lines. 
This is subject to change to reflect ICB structures. 

Our partnership 

We adopt a partnership approach and work in collaboration to: 
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Realise the local workforce strategy needed to support population health 
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Deliver effective service re-design through the development of the current workforce 
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Support newly trained NHS professionals to work in primary and community care 
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Recognising the differences and unique challenges at PCN level to tailor our approach and offers 
We work in partnership with the Pheonix Programme to support GPs working in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. 

Our celebration of equality, diversity and inclusion 

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Respect, dignity, compassion and care should be at the core of how patients and staff are treated – not only because that is the right thing to do, but because patients’ safety, experience and outcomes are all improved when staff are valued, empowered and supported. 
NHS Constitution, 2015 

Our business 

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We will work to achieve a cultural change that leads towards consistent consideration of inclusion in business and delivery of key functions.  

Our people 

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We recognise the importance of valuing diversity and inclusion in the workplace and understand the benefits that can be achieved by building an inclusive and representative workforce. 

Our influence 

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We have a crucial role to play, within the Integrated Care System (ICS), in supporting a collaborative, partnership approach to lifelong learning and development that creates ladders of opportunity for all our people. We will use our influence with stakeholders to further diversity and inclusion in the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire ICS.  

Our Communications and Engagement Strategy 

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Stakeholder analysis 

We have performed a stakeholder analysis exercise and will regularly review this 
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Projects 

Each project and programme of work will have a communication plan using a consistent format 
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Social media 

We will use social media platforms to communicate out key messages to our stakeholders 
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Newsletter 

We will produce 2 newsletters each month to ensure stakeholders are kept informed but not bombarded with key information 
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Engagement 

We will monitor engagement with our communications to ensure it remains current and useful 
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Evaluate 

We will evaluate our communication and engagement methods, identifying strengths and weaknesses requiring further development 
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Open and transparent 

When things do not go well, we will work to understand why, and share this with our stakeholders 
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Sharing best practice 

When things work well, we will share our work with stakeholders 
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