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Matt illustrates mental health issues in graphic style

9 February 2018

Matt Barrell has drawn on his experiences of coping with psychosis to design a 24-page graphic novel-style booklet that illustrates different perspectives of mental health.

Loudest Whispers spreads the word on LGBT month

7 February 2018

Around 400 art lovers visited Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust (C&I) last Friday (2 February) to enjoy an exuberant display of artwork to mark the start of National Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transsexual (LGBT) History Month.

New model of care for substance misuse services

5 February 2018

The new model of care for substance misuse services in Islington is due to start on 1 April and will be phased in over a period of months.

Preceptorship programme at C&I

In line with the CapitalNurse Preceptorship Framework we support all of our newly qualified nurses (NQNs) with a structured preceptorship programme. Our well established and successful programme will assist your transition from a student nurse to a registered mental health nurse by developing confidence, clinical skills, knowledge and values, and collegial networks across the Trust. 

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Medicines Management ()

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Date created: 31 January 2018
Last modified: 31 January 2018

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Searching Premises, Patients and/or their Property and Visitors ()

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Date created: 30 January 2018
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Specialist Perinatal Mental Health Service Operational ()

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Date created: 23 January 2018
Last modified: 23 January 2018

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Artist's film premieres at closing night of exhibition

During the closing event of The Sewing Circle exhibition at St Pancras Hospital, guests were treated to a premiere screening of Anna Bowman's new film, RETHREAD, about the art and artists involved in the exhibition.

January's stars

Congratulations to the Recovery College's admin staff and tutors who have been crowned January's Stars of the Month.

They were recognised for always being welcoming, kind and professional - continually demonstrating the Trust's values. Ensuring that students of the College are involved in their own recovery process, they play a significant role in listening to potential students talking about their learning needs, as well as showing a high-level of respect and support for those enrolling onto courses.

Labelling and mental health stigma - Thurs 1 Feb

8 January 2018

Our next "Mental Health Matters" events for our Trust service user and staff members will explore the issue of labelling of mental health conditions and whether there is a risk that this leads sometimes to additional stigma.

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