Colin Plant, Director of Integrated Care will be retiring and leaving the Trust in early July, after 13 years of dedicated service to the Trust. He has many fond memories of working here but is looking forward to the next chapter in his life and being able to spend more time with his young son.
Malachite ward has been awarded an AIMS Reaccreditation following a successful peer review visit last year. This is a standards-based accreditation programme designed to improve the quality of care in inpatient mental health wards, part of an initiative of the College Centre for Quality Improvement.
Mental health patients, including those detained under the Mental Health Act, have the same right to vote as the general population. Only patients detained after having been convicted of committing a criminal offence are not eligible to vote. The deadline for registering to vote is Monday 20 April.
This year's Discover Recovery, an event that celebrates recovery from drugs and alcohol in Camden, was held on Wednesday 25 March. It was opened by Mitch Winehouse, Amy Winehouse's dad, who gave a powerful speech to kickstart the day.
A Thematic Review was commissioned by our Chief Executive, Wendy Wallace, following 19 serious incidents involving patients in a seven month period. This was to determine whether there were any service related themes which could be identified and if the incidents taken as a whole formed a cluster.
Wendy Wallace, C&I's Chief Executive, will join The Cavendish Square Group, a new collaboration between London's ten NHS mental health Trusts, which will outline its aspirations for the mental health of citizens living and working in the capital at its official launch today.
Chief Executive Wendy Wallace joined a group of organisations drawn from Camden's health sector located around the Euston Road voicing concerns about the recent Transport for London (TfL) consultation for a proposed Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) on Euston Road.