Lockdown lessons - Peers quiz health, local government and children's services leaders
8 June 2020
The Public Services Committee will hear from health, local government and children's services experts in its second public evidence session.
- Parliament TV: Public Services: lessons from coronavirus
- Inquiry: Public Services: lessons from coronavirus
- Call for evidence
- Public Services Committee
The committee, set up to examine the transformation of public services to ensure that they are fit for the 21st century, is looking into what the COVID-19 experience can tell us about the future role, priorities and shape of public services.
Wednesday 10 June 2020, virtual meeting
- Sarah Pickup, Deputy Chief Executive Local Government Association
- Saffron Cordery, Deputy Chief Executive, NHS Providers
- Kate Terroni, Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care, Care Quality Commission (CQC)
- Anne Longfield OBE, Children's Commissioner, Children's Commissioner for England
- Amanda Spielman, Chief Inspector, Ofsted
- Claire Murdoch, National Director for Mental Health Services, NHS England
- What have been the main areas of public service success and failure during the Covid-19 outbreak?
- How have areas where health and care services were well integrated before the crisis met people' needs during lockdown?
- Does the experience of coronavirus call for new ways of working in health and social care delivery?
- What lessons on the role of the voluntary sector should health and care commissioners take from the crisis?
- How effective have public services been in meeting the needs of vulnerable children during lockdown?
- How can central and local government, commissioners and regulators encourage better collaboration between services going forward?
- How should services support vulnerable and disadvantaged children in the months and years ahead?
- Should prevention be a priority in the reform of children's services