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New Zealanders visit trust to learn about IAPT services

06 Jun 2014

Two mental healthcare professionals from Auckland have visited West London Mental Health NHS Trust’s IAPT services to see if they can provide greater access to people ‘down under’ with common mental health problems.

Make sure your voice is heard

05 Jun 2014

Time is running out to return responses to the Care Quality Commission (CQC) community mental health survey.

New institute promotes excellence in mental health

27 May 2014

A new partnership has been launched between West London Mental Health NHS Trust and the Buckinghamshire New University that seeks to promote excellence in mental health clinical practice.

Trust holds first dementia involvement day

27 May 2014

West London Mental Health NHS Trust held its first cognitive impairment and dementia (CID) involvement day to discuss with carers how services could be further improved in the future.

Open day for new non-executive directors

22 May 2014

West London Mental Health NHS Trust is holding an open evening next month as part of its drive to appoint a new non-executive director.

Final foundation stone laid for new unit

21 May 2014

The trust today celebrates the laying of the last foundation stone on its new male medium secure unit on the St Bernard’s site in Ealing.

Non-executive director open evening: 2 June

14 May 2014

An opportunity has arisen to join our board as a non-executive director.

Broadmoor Hospital seminar – 6 June

13 May 2014

Broadmoor Hospital will host its next quarterly seminar on 6 June, entitled ‘Biology of violence and risk assessment in the mentally disordered: Recent advances in forensic psychiatry’.

Equality, Diversity and Human Rights week

12 May 2014

West London Mental Health NHS Trust will be marking Equality, Diversity and Human Rights week (12-17 May) by increasing awareness about its diversity support groups for staff and patients.

09 May 2014

West London Mental Health NHS Trust is recruiting low and high intensity trainees for the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service.