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Changes to Mental Health Services in North London

An event is being held by Public Voice for you to find out more about the Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) and to share your views on the plan. 

As part of the STP, five boroughs in North London, including Camden and Islington, are working together to improve future services.

Board signs off submission of Trust’s OBC

The Board of Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust today signed off submission of our Outline Business Case - a significant step forward, we believe, in enabling us to deliver our clinical vision.

Star of the Year 2017 finalists revealed

C&I recently kick-started the summer by hosting our Star of the Year Awards, acknowledging and applauding the great and inspirational work of individuals, teams, service users, carers and volunteers at the Trust.

Mental health volunteers given a big thank you

Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust (C&I) has held a celebration event to thank all its volunteers for their hard work and significant commitment of free time to support its services and service users.

Doubts about dementia diagnoses

In a recent article in The Lancet Psychiatry, Professor Rob Howard, C&I Consultant Psychiatrist and Professor of Old Age Psychiatry at University College London, offers a thought-provoking view on the potential misdiagnosis of dementia.

Advice and support following the London Bridge attack

Following the tragic events of Saturday night, some roads around London Bridge Station still remain closed.

Trust doctor elected to prestigious international Society

Congratulations to Consultant Psychiatrist, Dr Mohamed Abdelghani, who has become the first British psychiatrist to be elected as a director of the Clinical TMS Society.

THREE: Landscapes of the Mind and Earth art exhibition

THREE brings together three professional artists and a central theme exploring contrasts and connections, with reference to the past configuring the work of each artist. The exhibition offers perceptive views into ways in which each artists respond to the world.

One in ten quit smoking in C&I’s programme

Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust (C&I) is seeing significant success in its five year drive to improve the physical health of service users with psychosis so they no longer lag behind the general population in terms of life expectancy.

Ireland’s top mental health specialists learn from C&I

Some of Ireland’s most senior health leaders have paid a special visit to Camden and Islington NHS Trust to see its renowned rehabilitation services at first hand. 

The team from Ireland’s Health Service Executive (HSE), led by Dr Margo Wrigley, National Clinical Advisor and Clinical Programmes Group Lead, want to develop a similar model of care for Ireland.

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