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A day in the life of a Ward Manager

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Suzie Maclennan Ward Manager of a Tier 4 CAMHS service in Edgware community hospital at  Barnet Enfield Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust Morning My day shift starts at 9 am On a typical day I head straight to the nursing office to say good morning and to check in with the nursing staff to see how… Read More

NEWS2 The Main Headlines

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A reduced life expectancy amongst people with serious mental illness mainly attributed to treatable physical health illnesses is now widely acknowledged as one of the greatest health challenges of our times. Mental health staff need to feel confident and competent in the assessment and treatment of both the physical and mental health needs of their… Read More

News: Consultation on transforming mental health services within Camden & Islington

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Make your voice heard and shape mental health services within Camden and Islington by getting involved in a new public consultation and attending the meetings below or complete the consultation survey online.  Camden and Islington Clinical Commissioning Groups are consulting on the proposed re-development of Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust‘s St Pancras Hospital site.  The… Read More

A day in the life of an Assistant Librarian

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Catherine Wardle Assistant Librarian, Whittington Health Library, Highgate. Morning I’m at my desk by 8.30am ploughing through emails and having a much needed cup of tea at my desk.  East London to North London commuting can be tough! On a typical day I deal with enquiries about literature searches, organise my schedule for training sessions.… Read More

News: Creative Co-production Forum launches at BEH

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The first Creative Co-production Forum took place on Monday 18 June 2018 at Chase Farm. BEH-MHT staff including those working in early intervention, forensic services and The Network met to talk all things co production. The group heard a presentation from Camilla Cox in the Eating Disorders Service who explained how a former patient feedback… Read More

Co-Production to reduce violence and aggression on mental health wards

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By the PMVA Team at Middlesex University. The prevention and management of violence and aggression (PMVA) team at Middlesex University has been delivering training [the General Services Association (GSA) model] to the local National Health Service (NHS) Trusts staff and the University students since the early 1990s. The model developed in line with the National… Read More

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