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Contractor appointed to build our new mental health inpatient facility in Highgate

17 March 2020

The Trust is pleased to announce the appointment of BAM Construction Ltd to build its new mental health inpatient facility in Highgate.

Paulette Brown wins our latest Star of the Month

12 March 2020

Congratulations to Paulette Brown, ICT Desktop Engineer, who has been presented with our latest Star of the Month award for always going above and beyond to support staff across the Trust who are experiencing ICT issues.

Focus on how well services meet the needs of LGBT+ people

6 March 2020

More than 50 people attended our Mental Health Matters event looking at how well local services meet the needs of people who are LGBT+.

Dr Rana Rashed to join C&I as new Head of Psychology and Psychotherapy

26 February 2020

Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust (C&I) is delighted to be welcoming Dr Rana Rashed as the new Head of Psychology and Psychotherapy this April.

The story of Patch the dog

20 February 2020

Owning a pet can be a great source of companionship and comfort for people at any age – but with evidence showing that having a pet can improve mood, health and reduce social isolation, these benefits can particularly make an impact on the lives of older people.

Mental Health Matters - how LGBT+ people access local services

10 February 2020

How do LGBT+ people experience local services and what is the effect on their mental health and wellbeing?

Miriam Williams wins our latest Star of the Month award

17 February 2020

Congratulations to Miriam Williams, Charge Nurse on Dunkley Ward, who has been recognised as our latest Star of the Month for her compassionate and dedicated work to support service users.

Trust is rated Good by CQC

17 February 2020

The Care Quality Commission has rated Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust as Good overall, the same as at its last inspection.

Inactivity linked to depression in young people

12 February 2020

Too much time sitting still has been linked to an increased risk of depression in adolescents in a new UCL and C&I-led study.

Loudest Whispers 2020

11 February 2020

More than 400 people attended the annual Loudest Whispers exhibition launch at St Pancras Hospital on Friday 7 February, with this year’s theme: ‘A Midwinter Night’s Dream’ as part of the 2020 LGBT+ History Month celebrations.

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