Our ambitious recruitment campaign to recruit local people to our Trust has been picked up by the Nursing Times. The ‘Someone Like Me’ campaign aims to encourage local people to come and work for us in a range of exciting roles including nurses, therapists, doctors and other healthcare roles.
Femi Gbadamosi, Peer Support Work Coordinator at Chase Farm was interviewed this morning, Thursday 12 May, as part of Mental Health Awareness Week. He spoke to Vanessa Feltz, host on BBC Radio London at 7.40am.
Please click here to see our May update on how we are transforming community mental health services. This month’s newsletter includes news of a community garden project in Enfield, the role of new mental health specialists in GP practices and a peer support worker in Camden shares her story.
Please read the message from Jackie Smith, Trust Chair about the Interim Board leadership arrangements.
Launch of joint Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy: Creating a just, fair and inclusive culture
Barnet, Enfield, and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust and Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust have produced their first joint Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) strategy to help address inequalities, spread good practice, and improve outcomes for patients, carers, and staff across our organisations and local communities.
Read the February edition of "In the community for the community",our newsletter updating you on some of the ways we are changing mental healthcare in North Central London. This month it looks at how service users are getting greater control of their community care plans and structural changes to our community teams in Barnet and Haringey.
Community teams in Barnet and Haringey are being restructured as part of our £25 million, three-year Community Mental Health Transformation Programme.