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Therapists combat Korean stigma to mental health

Psychological therapists and wellbeing specialists in Kingston, south west London, are developing their online therapy service to offer particular support to the area’s significant Korean community.

Star of the Year 2018 winners announced

On Wednesday 19 September, staff, service users, carers and volunteers gathered at Islington Assembly Hall, to celebrate the great achievements of the last year across the Trust.
C&I's Community Choir welcomed guests to the spectacular venue with renditions of Something Inside So Strong, Lean on Me and Nanuma, a traditional Ghanaian lullaby.

Patient Research Experience Survey

The National Institute for Health Research has launched the annual 2018/19 Patient Research Experience Survey. The survey asks about the experience of people who have recently participated in research studies. C&I is taking part for the first time this year.

Non-Executive Director Kieran Parmar

14 September 2018

Widening Access Training Schemes

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have created a scheme that allows NHS employees to claim refunds for the income tax and National Insurance (NI) contributions they paid for Widening Access Training (WAT) courses.
The Trust has produced a set of FAQs to assist individuals to determine whether they may meet the requirements in order to be eligible for a refund.

Save the date for our Annual Members’ Meeting – Thursday 18 October 2018

Annual Members' Meeting Date: Thursday 18 October 2018 Time: Doors open at 5:10pm; 5:45pm start, finishing at 7:30pm Venue: St Pancras Conference Centre, 4 St Pancras Way, London NW1 0PE

Camden Work and Wellbeing by Hillside Clubhouse in partnership with C&I

Anyone of working age with a mental health problem in Camden who wants support to access and succeed in employment.

Camden Work and Wellbeing works to the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) Model. and offers employment support to service user


Race and inequality within mental health services

A Mental Health Matters event Date: Tuesday, 25 September 2018 Time: Doors open at 5:30pm; 6pm start, finishing at 7:30pm Venue: St Pancras Conference Centre, 4 St Pancras Way, London NW1 0PE

Lived experience support reduces readmissions

A study led by Professor Sonia Johnson, Consultant Psychiatrist from the Trust’s Islington Early Intervention Service, has shown that providing peer support to people who have recently left acute mental health care reduces the chances of their re-admission.

Policies and procedures

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Date created: 27 July 2018
Last modified: 27 July 2018



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