Fife's Health and Wellbeing Plan 2011-14
Health & Wellbeing Plan 2011-14
The Health and Wellbeing Plan 2011-14 is the third health and wellbeing strategy for Fife and reducing health inequalities remains its over-arching aim.
download easy read copy (will be available shortly)
The plan takes a simple approach -
- 1 aim
- 3 themes
- 10 outcomes
Click for helpful diagram and summary page
The plan can be used by partnerships, organisations, workers and individuals or groups. It is designed to be written on, photocopied and generally man-handled.
The Health and Wellbeing Plan Development Group can advise you on taking forward work around the outcomes of the plan.
How do we know if the plan's making a difference?
Health and wellbeing is affected by our life circumstances - income, work, education, employability, living situation, gender, disability, ethnicity, family relationships and community connections.
The outcomes of the Health and Wellbeing Plan cover all these areas.
To measure changes in health and wellbeing we look at a wide range of indicators around social and economic circumstances, education and employment, housing, people’s behaviour and choices, physical and mental health and wellbeing and community involvement.
Find out more about Fife indicators.
We also need to understand if what we are doing is making a difference -this involves evaluating activity and approaches.
Information on evaluation will be available shortly.