Peter Cubbon, the Chief Executive brought in two and a half years ago to improve standards of patient care at West London Mental Health Trust, has announced that he is to leave in the Spring. Continue Reading Leadership change at West London Mental Health NHS Trust
Peter Cubbon, the Chief Executive brought in two and a half years ago to improve standards of patient care at West London Mental Health Trust, has announced that he is to leave in the Spring. Continue Reading Press release: Leadership change
We’ve made a short film about the important and often misunderstood work that takes place at Broadmoor Hospital. Continue Reading Broadmoor Hospital – video
Last month we launched the first issue of Local Services News, our 6-weekly news bulletins. We’ve launched this to make sure all our staff, carers, patients, and stakeholders know what’s going on in Local Services across all 3 boroughs as we work through a process of huge change. Continue Reading Local Services News
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A special exhibition of artwork celebrating the importance of mental health and wellbeing launches on 30 September at Watermans Art Centre in Brentford. Continue Reading Art exhibition celebrates mental health
The third of four public events to discuss our plans to become a Foundation Trust will be held on Wednesday, 28 August, 11.30am-12.30pm, in the Learning and Development Centre at Broadmoor Hospital in Berkshire. Continue Reading FT consultation event, 28 Sept at Broadmoor Hospital
A Trust gardener who has worked at our St Bernard’s site in Southall for the past 50 years is finally hanging up his spade.
Continue Reading Popular Trust gardener retires after 50 years
Our Annual General Meeting (AGM) is today (Wednesday 21 Sept) at Ealing Town Hall from 12.30pm.
People with bipolar disorder may be prescribed the wrong type of medication because clinicians are using inadequate screening tools, according to a new study involving Trust research professor Allan Young. Continue Reading Bipolar disorder underdiagnosed according to new study