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Development partner chosen for St Pancras site

3 December 2019

The owners of St Pancras Hospital in London – a prime five acre site behind St Pancras International Station and next to the ongoing regeneration at King’s Cross - have chosen a preferred development partner for the land.

Ruby Ward celebrates second anniversary

22 November 2019

Ruby Ward, C&I’s 11-bedded Women’s Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) has celebrated two years of providing emergency mental health care for women from C&I, BEH and sometimes even as far as Devon and Norfolk.

Training those in the criminal justice system to understand the issues faced by veterans

People working in the criminal justice system are being given training through C&I to help them understand the problems and issues faced by veterans.

Restraint Debrief Volunteer Team shortlisted for NHS Elect Award

15 November

The Restraint Debrief Volunteer Team at Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust (C&I) has been shortlisted for the ‘Co-Created with Patients’ award at the annual NHS Elect National Patient Experience and Quality Improvement Conference.

Trust Psychiatry Trainee scoops Royal College of Psychiatry Award

14 November 2019

C&I Psychiatry Trainee, Dr Golnar Aref-Adib, has won a prestigious award from the Royal College of Psychiatry for her work as a clinician and academic to empower patients and colleagues.

Collaborative pilot to support police officers shortlisted for international award

11 November 2019

Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust (C&I) has been shortlisted for a ‘World Class Policing Award’ for a project run in partnership with the Metropolitan Police and Camden Council to support police officers who encounter traumatic experiences at work.

Research project on aggression in adults with learning disabilities

A multi-centre research project, funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and led by Professor Angela Hassiotis, UCL Division of Psychiatry and Consultant Psychiatrist at C&I, aims to develop a personalised treatment package for adults with learning disabilities who display moderate to severe aggression - an issue considered to be a major public health problem in the UK.

Research project on aggression in adults with learning disabilities

A multi-centre research project, funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and led by Professor Angela Hassiotis, UCL Division of Psychiatry and Consultant Psychiatrist at C&I, aims to develop a personalised treatment package for adults with learning disabilities who display moderate to severe aggression - an issue considered to be a major public health problem in the UK.

Ruth Crowley’s Career Journey to Occupational Therapy

5 November 2019

Occupational Therapy Week 2019 (4-10 November) is a week to celebrate and champion the impact occupational therapy (OT) has on the lives of service users and the communities they live in.

Mental Health Matters - a lively discussion on what needs to change

31 October 2019

Around 50 people held a lively discussion on how mental health services should change to meet the needs of people from BME backgrounds, at our latest Mental Health Matters event.

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