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Quality Awards 2015

04 Dec 2015

The winners of the 2015 Quality Awards were announced last night (3 December) at a special ceremony, hosted by director of nursing Beverley Murphy.

Staff work with the local community to improve care in a mental health crisis

04 Dec 2015

More than 80 people took part in a lively, interactive workshop at Ealing Town Hall to help redesign services by testing out how mental health workers should best respond in different crisis scenarios.

Trust awarded for compliance and innovation

01 Dec 2015

West London Mental Health Trust has received a certificate for ‘Outstanding Achievement in Core Skills Compliance’, due to our high levels of compliance for statutory and mandatory training. Ali Webster, head of staff development, attended the core skills annual conference on Tuesday 24 November to receive the award. It was also revealed that we are now […]

Improving patient safety at Broadmoor Hospital with Oxehealth cameras

30 Nov 2015

Oxhealth infrared cameras in Broadmoor Hospital helped keep patients safe and freed up valuable staff time.

Liaison Psychiatry hold their 14th annual meeting

25 Nov 2015

Chaired by Dr Christopher Hilton, consultant liaison psychiatrist at West London Mental Health Trust, the event explored the future of integrated mental health care.

Preparing for industrial action

20 Nov 2015

Junior doctors have voted in favour of taking industrial action over three days in December.

Clayponds team shortlisted for General Practice award

20 Nov 2015

The nursing team in Magnolia Ward, Clayponds Hospital in Ealing has been shortlisted for ‘Team of the Year’ at the 2015 General Practice awards.

Carolyn Regan appointed as new chief executive

11 Nov 2015

West London Mental Health Trust today announced the appointment of Carolyn Regan as chief executive. Carolyn will start in her new role in December 2015.

Broadmoor nurse wins Pride of Reading award

10 Nov 2015

Edward Vandi, a Broadmoor Hospital nurse who spent months in Sierra Leone fighting the Ebola outbreak, has been named the Pride of Reading Health Worker of the Year.

Trust physiotherapist awarded for commitment to blood donation

06 Nov 2015

Mike Quick, much loved physiotherapist at the trust, has been recognised by NHS Blood and Transplant for having given blood 100 times.