09 June 2017
Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust (C&I) has held a celebration event to thank all its volunteers for their hard work and significant commitment of free time to support its services and service users.
06 June 2017
In a recent article in The Lancet Psychiatry, Professor Rob Howard, C&I Consultant Psychiatrist and Professor of Old Age Psychiatry at University College London, offers a thought-provoking view on the potential misdiagnosis of dementia.
THREE brings together three professional artists and a central theme exploring contrasts and connections, with reference to the past configuring the work of each artist. The exhibition offers perceptive views into ways in which each artists respond to the world.
Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust (C&I) is seeing significant success in its five year drive to improve the physical health of service users with psychosis so they no longer lag behind the general population in terms of life expectancy.
This year’s theme is Care, Caring and Sustainability and is inspired by International Nurses Day on 12 May 2017, which is Nursing: A voice to lead – Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. The Art of Caring Exhibition is your opportunity show your passion for art.
Mental health nurses at Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust (C&I) are at the forefront of a pioneering five-year programme* to save the equivalent of more than 10,000 years* lost to premature death, through tackling the poor physical health of people with severe mental health conditions. - 8 February 2017
C&I has moved the service we normally offer in emergency departments to our 24-hour Mental Health Crisis Assessment Service, at St Pancras Hospital. The service will see people in need of urgent care so that they do not have to go to a hospital emergency department unless they have an urgent medical need. Emergency departments are under unprecedented pressure due to COVID-19 – the illness caused by coronavirus. We are urging people in mental health crisis to telephone our 24/7 crisis line on 020 3317 6333 or contact their usual community mental health team. If service users attend the 24-hour Mental Health Crisis Assessment Service in person we will see you but we urge you to contact the crisis line in advance for advice to ensure you are only leaving home when absolutely necessary.