BEH, Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust and Recovery Colleges are hosting weekly webinars throughout April and May to help you in your recovery from COVID-19. The sessions are open to all across North Central London.
Jackie Smith formally joins Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust (BEH) today as Chair, in addition to her current role of Chair at Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust. Jackie brings with her extensive knowledge of the NHS and other organisations across North Central London and will help us continue to develop our services.
We have recently updated our Trust’s privacy notices on how we use your information, which includes updated information about how we share information with our partnership agencies, including the Health Information Exchange and other initiatives. The 'your health records' section has also been updated to provide access to health records information for patients on access rights to their health records.
Known as Operation Cavell, the initiative will see a senior police officer review all reports of assaults and hate crime on NHS staff. The NHS, Metropolitan Police Service and Crown Prosecution Service have been working in partnership to launch the scheme, which aims to increase convictions and protect NHS staff on the frontline.
Do you have questions about your local mental health services in Barnet? Please join the online Q&A event on Monday 19 April, 3-4pm with Healthwatch Barnet to share your feedback and hear from our senior management team on how we are developing our services.
The results from this year’s NHS Staff Survey show that the work being done to make BEH the very best place to work is starting to have real impact.
Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust (BEH) has been providing COVID-19 vaccination for people with learning disabilities (LD), autism and serious mental illnesses at its Chase Farm Hospital site in Enfield since the end of February.
Jackie Smith is to become Chair of Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust (BEH), in addition to her current role of Chair at Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust.
BEH, Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust and Recovery Colleges are hosting weekly webinars throughout March, April and May to help you in your recovery from COVID-19. The sessions are open to all across North Central London.
Coronavirus pandemic has been challenging for all of us, including children and young people who have often struggled to adapt to the new situation. Talya Bruck, Dramatherapist and CAMHS Primary Mental Health Worker, wrote short stories to help children process the strangeness of the pandemic and lockdown and all it encompasses.
Mind Murals is an ambitious and innovative project where the community including local artists, mental health service users, BEH, grassroots organisations, charities and community groups come together to use art to heal.
Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust (BEH), is to partner with neighbouring mental health trust, Camden and Islington (C&I), to carry out a joint review of how we, as key providers, can maximise capacity and impact and improve, still further, the mental health care that we provide.
Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust has announced that our Chair, Mark Lam, has been appointed to the position of Chair at The Royal Free.
What role do kindness, hope and compassion play in the criminal justice system? – Book chapter contribution by Deborah Murphy
When the Monument Fellowship put out a call for extracts for a book about the role of kindness, hope and compassion in the criminal justice system, Deborah Murphy, Wellbeing Centre Manager and Lead Occupational Therapist at HMP Pentonville, felt this was an ideal opportunity to showcase the work of occupational therapists within the justice system.
Barnardo’s helpline for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic young people and families affected by COVID-19
Barnardo’s is running a helpline and webchat to support Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities affected by coronavirus.
My Young Mind Enfield- CAMHS Mental Health Support Team in Schools has created four short mental health and wellbeing videos for primary and secondary school aged pupils in Key Stage 2 and 3.
NHS Counter Fraud Authority (NHSCFA) has been alerted about individuals and companies seeking to buy doses of the COVID-19 vaccine from staff and organisations in the NHS.
Government guidelines state that ‘the COVID-19 vaccination is only available through the NHS to eligible groups and it is a free vaccination'. It cannot be sold privately in the UK.
Our School Aged Immunisation Team continues to deliver the service to ensure young people receive vaccinations this winter
Our immunisation nurses in Enfield have been successful in adapting the delivery of the service to enable their important childhood vaccination programme to continue despite school closures and home learning this winter.
Parents and young people in Enfield can now give e-consent for their children’s school-based immunisations as Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust introduces a new online consent system.
Jinjer Kandola has been awarded an MBE for her services to mental health. She joins a prestigious list of people who have been singled out for their extraordinary achievements, from across the UK.