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Public Service Education Products

Pensions Regulator | Published December 11, 2014
Leo Learning Limited 52 Old Steine, Brighton, BN1 1NH

Provision of support for the delivery of public service eductions products for elearning

Integrated Diabetes Service in Brighton and Hove (Ref 13.181).

NHS Brighton and Hove Clinical Commissioning Group | Published October 24, 2014
85323000, 85100000, 85141000

The aims of the Integrated Diabetes Services: — Improve the health outcomes for people with diabetes, — Through care planning, empower people to self-manage their own diabetes, — Provide specialist advice and education to primary care, — Reduce the number of years of life lost for people with diabetes, — Reduce the risk of complications for people with diabetes, — Reduce duplication and gaps in the current diabetes service provision, — Provide parity of esteem between mental and physical ill health for those with diabetes by reducing rates of depression, anxiety and self-harm in people with diabetes. The following will be required in order to achieve these aims: — A consultant led multi-disciplinary team including dietetics, psychological support and podiatry as close to where people with diabetes live, — Diabetes education for adult patients at risk of or diagnosed with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, — Coordinating the specialist services (i.e. acute) and generalist services (i.e. primary care) for people with diabetes so that they fit around the needs of the individual.

Educational software package

University of Sussex | Published February 19, 2015

Student Record System.

Research Programme into Cycling: Evaluating the Economic & Social Impacts of Cycling

CCS - Crown Commercial Services | Published February 16, 2015
Technopolis Limited 3 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton, BN1 1EE

The Department for Transport (DfT) is undertaking a research programme to inform and support national and local strategies to increase the level of cycling in England. These strategies include additional funding, improved infrastructure and planning, better cycling education and training, and stronger leadership; they will be outlined in more detail in the forthcoming Cycling and Walking Delivery Plan. The research programme includes three separate but related strands: • A rapid evidence review of the economic value of cycling • The creation of a National Propensity to Cycle Tool • The design of an evaluation framework that can be easily adapted and applied to future cycling interventions This specification covers an evaluation scoping study to meet the third requirement. As this will require a robust evaluation design, we are tendering this study through a framework for evaluation specialists. However, the study also requires a breadth of subject expertise, encompassing the economic, social and distributional, and health and wellbeing impacts of transport schemes. We would therefore welcome bids from evaluation specialists who are supported by appropriate academic advisers. This specification covers one part of the research programme described above. DfT wishes to commission a scoping study to design a flexible evaluation framework for cycling interventions in England. This framework will enable robust evaluation of interventions to be carried out in an efficient and time effective way, without the need for a lengthy and expensive development stage before each evaluation is implemented. This will ensure that evaluation costs are proportionate to the intervention costs.

Family Support Services for CYP with social and Communication needs

 | Published April 18, 2016  -  Deadline May 19, 2016

The London Borough of Bromley (“the Council”) is seeking tenders from suitably qualified organisations to provide advice and guidance relating to local and national services for parents and carers whose children have social and communication needs and / or awaiting assessment for diagnosis of autism. The successful provider will be required to liaise with and work in partnership with Bromley Services across Health, Care and Education in delivering outcomes aligned to national and local policy and guidance under the Children & Family’s Act 2014, the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment and Health and Well Being Strategy in supporting children and young people and their families in developing and extending opportunities for:- o Self-sufficiency and Independence o Keeping safe o Keeping healthy o An active life in the local community The provider will also be required to support parents / carers where required, during their journey through the assessment process, deliver targeted workshops at least four times a year (to include a wide range of autism specific topics identified by the local authority and parent groups) and publish a regular newsletter which can be accessed by clients and professionals alike. The Contract will commence on 1st July 2016 and be for a period of 3 years, with an option to extend for a further period up to, but not exceeding 1 year at the sole discretion of the Council. The Council estimates this procurement opportunity based on best market valuation to be valued between £30,000 and £35,000 per annum. To be considered for this opportunity, tenderers must have a minimum yearly turnover of at least £60,000 per annum. The tender will be run electronically using the ProContract London Tenders Portal e-tendering system and suppliers interested in receiving the tender documents will need to ensure that they are registered with the London Tenders Portal (if they have not already done so) at It is anticipated that the Contract will commence 1st July 2016 and will run for a period of 3 years with the option to extend for a period of up to one year. Annual value is approximately £30k, please note this is an indicative value only.

Community Nursing Services.

Brighton and Hove City Council | Published March 19, 2016
85141200, 85141220

Brighton and Hove City Council is seeking to commission Public Health Community Nursing services for children and young people aged 0-19 from 1.4.2017.

The Public Health Community Nursing services included in the contract are health visiting; breastfeeding support and school nursing.

The provider will deliver strong universal services in line with the current mandated requirements, work towards early identification of problems and collaborate with other services to support families with complex needs.

The services will also work in partnership with all local key partners to improve collaboration and cohesion e.g. midwifery, primary care, early years, education settings, Early Help Hub, sexual health and substance misuse services.

The provider will deliver improved Public Health outcomes across a range of areas including:

— Reduced maternal smoking at delivery;

— Reduced overweight and obesity in pregnant women;

— Improved breastfeeding initiation;

— Improved parenting confidence and skills;

— Improved child development at 2 — 2.5 years;

— Reduced overweight and obesity in pre-school children;

— Improved readiness for school;

— Reduced excess weight in 4-5 and 10-11 year olds;

— Reduced smoking prevalence in 15 year olds;

— Increased Chlamydia diagnoses in 15 — 24 year olds;

— Reduced under 18 conception rates;

— Reduced drug and alcohol use in young people.

The provider will maximise local social value through improved connection with local communities including Primary Care clusters, and Brighton & Hove City Council neighbourhoods. The approach will be asset-based at individual and community level with for example the development of peer support groups and social networks.

The duration of the contract will be 3 years with the option for a further 2-year extension.

The tender will be evaluated using a price/quality ratio and the procurement documents will contain full details.

This notice is also being used as a call for competition in accordance with Directive 2014/24/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council Article 48(2)’. Organisations interested in this contract should advise the Authority by contacting the named contact in this notice.

Health services

University of Sussex | Published October 28, 2017
85100000, 85000000

The University is inviting expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced Providers to tender for the provision of all or some of these services to the University under a contract(s) that will run initially for three years with an option to extend for a period of up to five years, subject to satisfactory performance.

The University plans to invite prequalified bidders to submit tender proposals as follows:

Lot 1 — Core Occupational Health Services including Travel Advice and Vaccinations for Travel and an Employee Wellbeing Programme,

Lot 2 — Employee Assistance Programme,

Lot 3 — Specialist Ergonomic Assessment of Workstations/Work Environment.

Core Occupational Health Services including Travel Advice and Vaccinations for Travel and an Employee Wellbeing Programme

— Post-offer health assessments for staff.

— Occupational Health referrals for staff (by managers/HR) for work-related ill health and for attendance management, including ill health retirements / pensions medicals and periodic assessments of fitness to work / perform work duties.

— Health/medical surveillance and assessments for staff including but not limited to respiratory, vibration, repetitive strain injury, dermatology, hearing, vision, asbestos, exposure to substances in schedule 6 of COSHH regulations, safety-critical work, radiation medicals, Health Passports, Fitness to Teach and other statutory assessments (e.g. new and expectant mothers).

— Immunisations and vaccinations for discipline-specific staff and discipline-specific students (e.g. social work students), including but not limited to Hepatitis B and flu vaccines.

— Pathology services. Where required shall deliver pathology services following exposure to blood-borne pathogens including but not limited to, hepatitis B, C, BBV (HIV, Hepatitis B, HCV antibody). Screening where required.

— Dyslexia assessments for staff.

— Face-to-face counselling for staff (both on-site and off-site).

— Travel advice and travel vaccinations for staff, including fitness to travel screening and risk assessment, for work related travel.

— Wellbeing programmes for staff, including regular, at least monthly, proactive health promotion and education activities and wellbeing events.

Employee Assistance Programme (on-site and remote off-site access)

— 24-hour, 7 days a week Employee Assistance Programme for staff and immediate family.

— Workstation/workplace assessments for staff in specific cases, to include recommendations for adjustments including equipment.

— Training of employee DSE assessors.

— Awareness sessions for staff on working with DSE.

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