Integrated Care Strategy

The Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) has developed an Integrated Care Strategy to improve health and care outcomes and experiences for local people (2023 – 2027).

Please see the original Integrated Care Strategy (published March 2023) and the updated Integrated Care Strategy (published March 2024).

The Strategy has been developed for the whole population using the best available evidence and data, covering health and social care, and addressing the wider determinants of health and wellbeing. It builds on existing strategies including the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategies for Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

You can read a summary version of the original strategy, a summary version of the updated strategy or look at the plan on a page.

ICS Research Strategy 2024-29

Research is essential in providing the evidence needed to continually improve population health and wellbeing, provide high quality joined up services, reduce health inequalities and contribute to a net zero health and care system. From the improvement of clinical and care practice and the wellbeing of the workforce, to reducing the cost of health and care, research offers enormous opportunities for solutions to today’s challenges.  

Together we have developed our research strategy for Nottingham and Nottinghamshire which sets out our vision, ambition and priorities for research. The strategy has four areas of priority: population, workforce, system and implementation. These represent the opportunities for us to work together to harness our collective strengths to collaborate effectively and efficiently together to embed population health and care research into health, care and community settings, so that everyone in our population and workforce can benefit from research.