The Smokefree Ealing team have been running a competition to encourage wards throughout the trust to support going smokefree for the month of October.
The service will help people in Hammersmith and Fulham regain their independence and remain in their own homes following illness and/or injury, avoiding unnecessary hospital admissions.
Today (21 October 2016), NHS England have published an independent investigation into the care and treatment of a mental health service user (Mr S) in London.
New software that enables cameras to monitor a patient’s presence, heart rate and breathing has been successfully tested at Broadmoor Hospital. The technology even works at night, in the dark.
On Friday 7 October, a cohort of students graduated from the trust’s ‘Peer support training for WLMHT’ module, run by the Recovery Hub.
World Mental Health Day is marked every year on 10 October as an opportunity to raise awareness of mental health issues and mobilise efforts in support of mental health.
Dr Chris Hilton, the trust’s director of business and strategy and consultant in liaison psychiatry, has written a blog about psychological first aid to mark World Mental Health Day on 10 October
“Much achieved, more to do” was the clear message from our Annual General Meeting, held yesterday evening at Hounslow Civic Centre.
Smokefree Ealing are holding a number of events to encourage local people to stop smoking for October.
Almost 300 people have successfully given up smoking in the last three months thanks to the help of One You Ealing.