West London Mental Health NHS Trust has improved its scores in the Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) 2017 annual Community Mental Health Survey results. Continue Reading Trust shows improvement in CQC’s 2017 Community Mental Health Survey results
As part of World Diabetes Day (Tuesday 14 November), the Trust’s dietetics team have written a blog post for NHS England London on the theme of women and diabetes. Alison Sullivan, Head of Nutrition and Dietetics and Kelly Scanlon, Specialist Mental Health Dietitian, discuss how the Trust’s service users can often be at risk of diabetes and talk through the ways in which women can still lead happy lives by working around the condition. Continue Reading World Diabetes Day: NHS England feature Trust’s dietetics team
In response to new figures shared by the NSPCC today regarding referrals and waiting times for young children, Dr Vijay Parkash, West London Mental Health NHS Trust’s CAMHS and Developmental Services Clinical Director, said:
“Intervening early to support children and young people in Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham and Hounslow is a priority. We know that we can prevent a crisis and potential admission if we can reach people earlier and put in place some support. This means having the necessary resources in place to do that. Continue Reading Trust responds to figures released by NSPCC regarding CAMHS services
A patient under the care of West London Mental Health NHS Trust has won a Koestler Award from a pool of over 7,000 entrants after being inspired by the River Brent and writing a song about feeling at home. Continue Reading Creative patient under Trust’s care wins Koestler Award for song-writing
The Solace Centre, Equinox reopened last month after facing closure to coincide with World Mental Health Day (Tuesday 10 October). 140 people were in attendance including councillors, service users and health care professionals. The centre works in partnership with the Trust and Ealing Council to provide mental health support to Ealing residents. It is a… Continue Reading The Solace Centre, Equinox reopens its doors following makeover
What is this consultation about? In defining West London Mental Health NHS Trust’s corporate strategy, the Trust has taken a decision to broaden the range of services it provides, to include a range of non-mental health, community and public health services. This means it’s also appropriate to look at whether the name of the Trust… Continue Reading West London Mental Health Trust 5 Year strategy and consultation on renaming the Trust
Carolyn Regan, Chief Executive of West London Mental Health NHS Trust, has been featured in the 2017 OUTstanding Leading Public Sector LGBT+ Executives list, presented by the Financial Times (FT).
The list recognises the work of inspirational LGBT+ senior leaders from the public and third sectors who are helping to make their workplace more diverse and welcoming, and who are making a significant contribution to LGBT+ inclusion outside of their workplace. From the top 20, Carolyn has placed at number 19 on the list. Continue Reading Trust’s CEO Carolyn Regan named as one of 2017’s OUTstanding LGBT leaders by the Financial Times
The Mayor of Hounslow, Councillor Sue Sampson, joined Hounslow residents in celebrating World Mental Health Day on Saturday 14 October. They participated in ‘Walk & Talk’ – a free 10km walk organised by Brentford FC Community Sports Trust (Brentford FC CST) and West London Mental Health NHS Trust (WLMHT). The walk, which saw nearly 100… Continue Reading Celebrating World Mental Health Day: Mayor of Hounslow joins residents for 10k walk
Staff came together to continue the fight against stigma and supported World Mental Health Day (Tuesday 10 October) this week, which was themed around mental health in the workplace. A range of events and activities took place to mark the annual fixture – thank you to all staff who got involved!
Commenting on Theresa May’s remarks on race inequality in public services, Carolyn Regan, Chief Executive at West London Mental Health NHS Trust said:
“At West London Mental Health NHS Trust we believe that a strong organisation is a diverse one. Over half of our staff are from a BME background and we are proud of our diversity and value the contribution of all of our staff regardless of race, sexuality, gender, sex, age, disability or marital status. Continue Reading Trust’s Chief Executive responds to Prime Minister’s comments on race inequality in the public sector