Accessible Information Standard
The ‘Accessible Information Standard’ – directs and defines a specific, consistent approach to identifying, recording, flagging, sharing and meeting the information and communication support needs of patients, service users, carers and parents, where those needs relate to a disability, impairment or sensory loss. Read our Accessible Information Standard summary document
Disability Confident Committed
Lincolnshire East Clinical Commissioning Group is a disability confident committed employer, to help us improve how we attract, recruit and retain disabled workers and the talents disabled people can bring to our workplace.
Find out more about how we are disability confident committed
Lincolnshire East Clinical Commissioning Group has signed the Charter for Employers who are Positive about Mental Health.
Find out more information about our Mindful Employer Charter
Mindfulness e-learning module
The aim of the Introduction to Mindfulness programme is to increase awareness and understanding of what mindfulness is. Take the e-learning module >>
Lincolnshire Carers Quality Award
Lincolnshire East Clinical Commissioning Group is committed to caring and is working in partnership with other agencies to ensure maximum support is made available to people.
The Carers Charter Quality Award ‘You Care – We Care’ ensures that the profile of unpaid carers in Lincolnshire is raised and the invaluable and essential contribution they make is recognised enabling carers to live fulfilling lives combined with their caring roles.
Find out more information about carers support
A Public Health England campaign, Antibiotic Guardian is about urging members of the public and healthcare professionals to take action to help slow antibiotic resistance and ensure our antibiotics work now and in the future.
As a CCG we have signed up to Antibiotic Guardian to pledge that we won’t overprescribe and we are pleased to be one of a growing number of individuals and organisations to have done so.
Click here for more information about Antibiotic Guardian
Sign up to Safety
As an NHS commissioning organisation we want to do our bit to help the NHS become the safest healthcare system in the world. This is why we have decided to Sign up to Safety, to show our commitment to strengthen patient safety by:
• Setting out the actions we will undertake in response to the five Sign up to Safety pledges, and agreeing to publish these on our website for staff, patients and the public to see
• Committing to turn our actions into a safety improvement plan showing how we intend to save lives and reduce harm for our patients over the next three years