Integration Joint Board

HSCP-Logo-CMYK-extra space.jpgThe Integration Joint Board (IJB) is a joint board of Aberdeenshire Council and NHS Grampian. It oversees the Aberdeenshire Health and Social Care Partnership (AHSCP)The IJB manage adult Social Care and Health services in Aberdeenshire.

Legal responsibilities

The IJB has a legal obligation to comply with certain acts and orders.  View the duties of the IJB (pdf 349KB).

Publication scheme

The IJB is legally required to produce and maintain a publication scheme that sets out the information it publishes and how it can be accessed.

Legal responsibility to involve people

The IJB membership must include people who can represent the views of those using the services and unpaid carers. These representatives are stakeholder members of the IJB. This means they are able to comment on and influence decision making, but are a non-voting member.

Find out more about these representatives.

IJB membership

The IJB consists of 5 Aberdeenshire Councillors and 5 NHS Grampian Board members. There are also non-voting members which include council and NHS officers as well as representatives from users of adult health and social care services, carers groups, trade unions and the third sector.

IJB members must declare any outside interests. For example any other organisations they represent, if they have shares in companies, and if they have received any gifts relating to their work on the IJB.

The Aberdeenshire Councillors' register of interests are available to view:

The NHS Grampian board members' register of interests are available to view:

The non-voting members' register of interests are available to view:

Meetings and minutes

The IJB notice of meetings and minutes are available to view on our committee page.

Equalities 

We'll involve groups representing protected characteristics in the planning and delivery of health and social care services and make sure our practices are compliant.

The IJB approved AHSCP's first Equality Outcomes Report (pdf 2.7MB) in April 2016. This sets out the proposed areas the Partnership will focus on from April 2016 to April 2020. To help track and demonstrate what has been done so far, IJB approved April 2018 progress report (pdf 2MB).

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