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    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. 

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    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.

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    New wellbeing videos for school children

    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.

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    Fraud Prevention Notice – Purchase of COVID-19 vaccines

    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.

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    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.

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    New e- consents introduced for School Aged Immunisation Programme

    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.

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    CEO Jinjer Kandola awarded MBE for her services to mental health

    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.

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    North Londoners are being asked to use NHS services wisely

    The NHS in London will be extremely busy this Bank Holiday weekend, but help is available for those who need urgent care.

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    Reducing pressure on the London Ambulance Service at this time

    We know the festive period can be difficult for people. If you are struggling or need support and don't have physical health problems, please think before phoning for an ambulance. You can call our mental health crisis line anytime 24/7 to get help and advice on 0800 151 0023.

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    Coronavirus - Visits suspended on all sites

    Tier 4 coronavirus restrictions mean everyone should stay at home. To protect everyone, no patient visitors are allowed unless there are exceptional circumstances.

    Any exceptional visits to patients must be agreed in advance with the clinical staff looking after your friend or relative.

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    Development partner announced for GLA land at St Ann’s Hospital

    The Greater London Authority (GLA) have announced that they have appointed Catalyst Housing as their development partner to deliver 900 new homes on the part of the former St Ann’s Hospital site that the GLA bought from the Trust in 2018. 60% of the new homes will be affordable and within these, the Trust will have preferential access to 22 units for our staff once built in 2024/25.

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    Celebrating our nurses – Mounir Bassou

    2020 is the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife – a chance for us to shine the light on some of the amazing nurses who make up our diverse workforce.

    Here Mounir Bassou, Lead Nurse - Mental Health Service for Older People, Enfield Mental Health tells us what inspired him to become a nurse.

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    Trust’s Nursing Strategy 2020-25 is launched

    The Trust’s new Nursing Strategy for 2020-25 sets out our vision of what excellent nursing care is, and also describes what nurses can expect and aspire to in terms of their own career development.

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    Appointment of Natalie Fox as Trust Deputy Chief Executive

    Congratulations to Natalie Fox, Executive Chief Operating Officer who has been appointed by the Trust Board as Deputy Chief Executive. 

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    Blossom Court, St Ann’s Hospital shortlisted for the 2020 HSJ Awards

    Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust is delighted to announce that Blossom Court, our new state of the art mental health inpatient building at St Ann’s Hospital in Tottenham, has been shortlisted in the 2020 HSJ Awards. There was tough competition with over 1,000 entries to the awards.

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    Launch of our Trust-wide Inclusion Programme

    We are committed to developing a values-based culture where all staff have a voice, everyone feels supported and able to thrive both personally and professionally as we deliver excellence in patient care. The Executive Leadership Team has launched our Inclusion Programme this month in partnership with the Trust’s Staff-Side Chair, and Inclusion Network Chairs. 

  • It's Alcohol Awareness Week

    Supporting Alcohol Awareness Week

    It’s Alcohol Awareness Week. This year the theme is ‘Alcohol and mental health’. In a year of extraordinary change, the event offers us a chance to think about the ways in which we may sometimes use alcohol to help us cope when we are feeling anxious, stressed or worried.

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    The Kingswood Centre

    The Kingswood Centre is a space of hope, opportunity and empowerment where service users and staff work together to develop and maintain skills but most importantly it enables people to fully engage in their recovery in safe, creative and supportive space.

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    Trust Board Meeting on Monday 30 November

    In line with government guidance on fighting the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and in the interests of protecting our service users, patients and staff, we will be holding our Trust Board meetings in public virtually using MS Teams. Members of the public are welcome to join us. 

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    Londoners to get NHS urgent and emergency care in the right place at the right time with 111 First

    The NHS is asking patients with an urgent, but not life-threatening, health problem to contact NHS 111 first if they think they need to attend an A&E. You can either call 111 or visit 111.nhs.uk 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and the service is free to use (including from all mobiles).