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Service users benefit from state-of-the-art rehabilitation ward

9 October 2020

Service users from across north central London with long-term, severe mental health conditions are benefiting from a new, state-of-the-art rehabilitation ward at St Pancras Hospital.

Star of the Year Awards 2020 - longlist announced

7 October 2020

Nominations are now closed for our Star of the Year Awards 2020, and we are delighted to share the names of the individuals and teams who have been nominated for an award this year.

Star of the Year Awards 2020 - event invitation

7 October 2020

We’re delighted to share more details about our Star of the Year 2020 awards, which this year, due to Covid-19, will be held via MS Teams

Introducing our two new Non-Executive Directors

2 October 2020

Following a very successful recruitment campaign, we are delighted to welcome Ms Anu Singh and Ms Marcelle Moncrieffe as our two newly appointed Non-Executive Directors (NEDs).

Black History Month 2020: John Davis

2 October 2020

As part of Black History Month 2020, we’re highlighting the work of some of our staff and supporters of the Trust.

Star of the Year 2020 - nominations now CLOSED

30 September 2020

Nominations are now closed

Covid-19 turns community garden into therapy space for service users

29 September 2020

When the Covid-19 pandemic hit, the NHS had to quickly adapt the way in which services were delivered to keep both service users and staff as safe as possible. And this was no different for the Traumatic Stress Clinic (TSC) at Camden and Islington NHS Foundation.

Read our Annual Report 2019/20

Every year the Trust is required to publish an annual report and accounts document, which is laid before Parliament and can then be circulated.

The C&I Annual Report for 2019/20 has now been published.

It includes highlights of the year, as well as business information about how we run our services to ensure that we meet required standards.

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.


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