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Celebrating our BAME communities

18 September 2020

The Black Lives Matter exhibition which has been running in the corridor of West Wing at St Pancras outside the conference centre for the past few months will shortly be splitting, with half of the exhibits getting a designated space in the staff canteen at St Pancras and the rest being housed in the room to the right of the entrance at Highgate.

UCL feature: Hospitals miss mental illness diagnosis in more than a quarter of patients

18 September 2020

Severe mental illness diagnoses are missed by clinicians in more than one quarter of cases when people are hospitalised for other conditions, finds a new study led by UCL researchers.

Our wellbeing webinar

17 September 2020

C&I held its first service user and carer webinar - moving the popular Mental Health Matters series online because of social-distancing

Lowther Road redevelopment - your views

15 September 2020

Moving forward with plans to improve our community facilities

Suicide Bereavement UK website

15 September 2020

Suicide Bereavement UK has re-launched its website - please take a look and share the link with anyone you think may be interested in this resource.

Camden Learning Disability Service shortlisted for prestigious national award

17 August 2020

The Camden Learning Disability Service has been shortlisted for a Royal College of Psychiatrists award, recognising their outstanding commitment to support people living with a learning disability.

C&I helps develop Covid-19 recovery app

14 August 2020

C&I has helped to develop a digital programme to help discharged Covid-19 patients deal with the symptoms of the illness.

C&I consultants lead on new report on dementia

3 August 2020

C&I consultants have taken a lead in presenting a major report that suggests 40% of dementia cases could be prevented or delayed, by targeting 12 risk factors throughout life.

C&I wins Gold Award

30 July 2020

C&I has won a Gold Award, from the Ministry of Defence, in recognition of our ‘forces-friendly’ initiatives in the workplace, and our commitment and support to our Armed Forces personnel, veterans and their families.

Happy retirement to Kay Frost, Clinical Psychologist

13 July 2020

Dr Kay Frost, C&I Clinical Psychologist, is retiring on 16 July. After joining the Trust in January 1972, Dr Frost is one of our longest ever serving employees.


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