The Scottish Government set a range of targets to reduce health inequalities and improve health and wellbeing which we work to achieve.
Managing our performance helps us plan, develop and evaluate work, taking into account the needs of the Aberdeenshire population while recognising national and regional policy direction. Performance Management reports are submitted to the Aberdeenshire Health Inequality Group.
There are a number of plans that have been developed with a wide range of partners that we work to. These include:
- Aberdeenshire Community Planning is a way of working in which major providers of public and voluntary services in our area, work together with our communities to deliver better services. The Single Outcome Agreement (SOA) 2013 – 2023 is the partnership agreement with priority local outcomes and indicators to achieve the Government national outcomes.
- A Guide to Improving Health and Reducing Health Inequalities in Aberdeenshire 2011-2015 – The guidance provides useful information about health and wellbeing in Aberdeenshire and is intended to be used by the community planning partners at a strategic and local community level.
- Aberdeenshire Public Health Team Workplan – 2013/2014 version
More information on current work can be found by topic area below.
Priority Areas of Work