West London Mental Health NHS Trust is delighted to be part of a winning collaboration of providers, commissioned to provide new and innovative community health and care services to thousands of Londoners.
The trust has introduced new community eating disorder services for children and young people, where for the first time those that need help can refer themselves to the service.
West London Mental Health Trust’s liaison psychiatry service have created four films of people in different mental health crises, designed to improve awareness and confidence in managing mental health issues in emergency pathway staff.
The trust’s crisis assessment and treatment team have been shortlisted for a Patient Safety Award, in recognition of clinics they are running in Ealing to bridge the gap between physical and mental healthcare.
The trust’s Single Point of Access, One You Ealing, and Ealing IAPT services will be taking part in the Ealing mental health and wellbeing fair on Wednesday 1 June.
West London Mental Health Trust welcomed Professor Jane Cummings, chief nursing officer for England, to a conference on the future of nursing, hosted by the Trust on Friday 20 May 2016.
The life and career of Dr John Conolly, pioneering psychiatrist at Middlesex County Asylum at Hanwell (now called St Bernard’s Hospital), was celebrated at a talk on the history of psychiatric care as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week, and the trust is getting involved by launching the One Small Thing campaign, to focus on the small things you can do to improve your mental wellbeing.
West London Mental Health Trust’s 24/7 patient and carer helpline (also known as the single point of access) has been featured on Sky News today (17 May 2016).
Rubyni Krishnan, stop smoking facilitator at West London Mental Health Trust, has produced national guidance for Public Health England on implementing smoke-free practices for all mental health services in England.