Celebrating advancements in healthcare – Our End of Year Review

Our End of Year Review is a celebration of everyone’s hard work at Liverpool Health Partners. 

With new hires, new projects and our programmes having a larger impact, a lot of exciting things have been happening. We’ve come a long way from April 2019 to March 2020 with the help of our amazing team and partners.

Discover the accomplishments made throughout the last year. 

What does the End of Year Review cover?


The launch of LHP SPARK and its integral role in the fight against COVID-19.

New faces

The new members of the LHP team and our new programmes.

Impact of our programmes

The strides our core programmes have made towards improving public health.

Civic Data Cooperative Project

The announcement of the £5.3m project, the Civic Data Cooperative.


The work we’ve done in response to COVID-19.

The future of LHP

Our new strategic vision for 2020/2021

You’ll also hear thoughts from key players of our growing projects:

“LHP SPARK is the embodiment of what LHP is trying to achieve and I couldn’t be prouder to be leading our impressive team. For real change to happen, we have to work together. LHP SPARK is the vehicle for that change.” – Seema Chauhan, Head of LHP SPARK

“The Civic Data Cooperative is exactly what Liverpool City Region needs to support COVID recovery in a world attuned to the need for more connected, intelligence-led, digitally-accessible services. By bringing residents, their anonymised data and digital innovators together in secure ways the Civic Data Cooperative will solve important problems with pace and integrity. Cheshire and Merseyside Health & Care Partnership have accelerated their data linkage and analytic team building inputs to The Civic Data Cooperative as part of the region’s COVID response. We’re excited to get started.” – Iain Buchan, Programme Director for Digital Strategy and Partnerships.

Read the full End of Year Review.

What else is happening?

If you’ve read our End of Year Review, find out how we spread awareness of heart health on World Heart Day. You might also want to register for our next Liverpool STOP COVID webinar that is coming up on the 30th of October.

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