Around 400 art lovers visited Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust (C&I) last Friday (2 February) to enjoy an exuberant display of artwork to mark the start of National Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transsexual (LGBT) History Month.
During the closing event of The Sewing Circle exhibition at St Pancras Hospital, guests were treated to a premiere screening of Anna Bowman's new film, RETHREAD, about the art and artists involved in the exhibition.
C&I's five-year programme to enhance the life of those with psychosis has won the "Innovation in Mental Health" category of the Health Business 2017 awards. The programme is pioneering the integration of physical and mental health care.
For more than seven years, C&I and Arsenal Football Club’s “Arsenal in the Community” programme have worked closely to support service users with complex mental health issues maintain an active life through football.
Delegates from the Western Balkans Hearing Voices Network, a group who support people who hear voices or see visions, recently visited the Recovery College to learn about their innovative projects and how co-production is embedded into their practice.
Camden Clinical Commissioning Group and Camden and Islington NHS Trust would like your views on how best to organise acute mental health day care services in Camden, to make cost savings while continuing to provide good patient care.
Launched earlier this year, Islington GPs and healthcare professionals can refer patients to an innovative trial service supporting those who are unemployed with long-term health conditions and/or disabilities into work.